About Schwartz PT
We treat you like family is not a fabricated tag line. We achieve success with education, encouragement, and enthusiasm! Our philosophy is to treat each patient like a member of our own family—developing a close, personal relationship that lends to a better understanding of how their diagnosis and/or pain is affecting them. You and your family can be confident that you will receive exceptional care and service from the beginning to the end of your Plan of Care.
Patients have told us that coming to Schwartz Physical Therapy is “like coming home” and that is exactly how we want everyone to feel. We have a warm, welcoming and fun atmosphere, but don’t let our light attitude fool you. You will work hard to get back what you have lost, but it will be a lot more fun with us. We have had patients tell us that “we made fixing them fun!” Our top priority is to get you better than you were before. We have private rooms, not an open gym and an exercise room for your comfort and level of ability. You will always feel that your are being challenged at your appropriate level for your stage of recovery.
Dana Schwartz owns and practices solely at Schwartz Physical Therapy. Her patients are her only priority. She is involved in the day to day activities, and there is no corporate office making the decisions. This enhances your personal touch experience with us.
Your success is our success! We have a genuine love for what we do at Schwartz Physical Therapy which results in getting you back to what you enjoy doing in a fun, yet professional environment.
We understand the challenges of today’s healthcare environment and aim to help you recover safely, quickly, and also affordably. Same day appointments are available to quickly get you on the road to recovery, and we will schedule your follow-up appointments at convenient times for you.
We know it can difficult to come to PT, so if necessary, we welcome you bring your children. Courteous children are welcome to color or play our Wii when their parent or grandparent is being treated. Fixing your pain can include your kids, not exclude them.