Welcome to Physical Therapy Associates of NEPA
Physical Therapy Associates of NEPA has been providing outpatient Physical Therapy services throughout Northeastern PA for over 25 years.
Our experienced staff is committed to providing hands-on care and personalized rehabilitation plans for each individual patient. We use the latest techniques and a broad variety of treatments – including advanced manual therapy techniques, evidenced-based protocols and close contact with referring physicians to progress patients safely and efficiently to optimal levels of function. We strive to provide you with one-on-one attention from our highly skilled team to help you make real progress with every visit.
We believe in taking the time to educate patients on how to achieve a healthier, more active and pain-free lifestyle. With three locations surrounding the Scranton area and flexible hours, we offer unparalleled convenience for patients. You can find one of our offices close to home or work.
After your initial visit, our Physical Therapists will consult your physician to discuss your care and determine an accurate diagnosis in order to develop the most effective treatment plan for you, as well as providing periodic updates as to your progress right up until your discharge.
Talk to your doctor about visiting Physical Therapy Associates of NEPA for your Physical Therapy needs, or call us for more information. We look forward to helping you get back on track to the lifestyle you desire.
* MARCH IS ATHLETIC TRAINING MONTH *
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATES of NEPA VALUES
PATIENT OUTCOMES WITH THE USE OF FOTO
Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, also known as FOTO, is a web-based assessment system providing patient evaluation tools and aggregate data management services. FOTO is dedicated to standardizing industry communication about effectiveness of care. Their database is the largest and most valid external directory for rehabilitation that measures functional outcomes for orthopedic, neurological, work hardening/work conditioning, pain management, cardiovascular, pulmonary and pelvic floor dysfunction patients.