Physical & Occupational Therapy
To schedule an appointment,
please call (610) 970-1600.
After injury or illness, physical therapy helps patients get back to work, play and their lives. Pottstown Hospital’s experienced physical therapists work with doctors and nurses to create programs that improve movement, balance, endurance and strength for patients, helping them move—onward, upward and forward.
Personal Care, Close to Home
TriCounty Physical Therapy focuses on helping you move better and feel better. Our licensed therapists provide individual, personal care for every patient. We utilize a unique, hands on approach to help you reach your potential at home, work, school or play.
We specialize in the assessment and treatment of orthopedic disorders from head to toe, such as:
- Acute injuries – fractures, sprains or strains
- Sports related injuries
- Foot and ankle disorders
- Shoulder and elbow injuries
- Neck and spine injuries
TriCounty Physical Therapy
296 West Ridge Pike
Limerick, Pa 19468
Phone: (484) 961-8833
The outpatient physical therapists at Pottstown Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation specialize in treating a wide range of orthopedic injuries and pain in the shoulder, spine, hand and extremities, using individualized exercise and hands-on treatment.
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Adult Speech Therapy
- Hand Therapy (Certified Hand Therapist)
- Fall Prevention and Balance Training
- Concussion Rehab
- Vestibular Rehab for BPPC (Offered at both Pottstown and Boyertown locations)
- Lymphedema Therapy
- Women’s Health, including pelvic rehab
- Videofluoroscopy Swallow Studies (Offered at Pottstown Hospital)
- Ergonomic Assessment/Training
- LSVT Big® and Loud Programs® for Parkinson’s Disease
- Sports Medicine
- Pre and Post-Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation following surgery
- Wellness Programs
- Silver Sneakers Fitness Classes
For more information, please contact:
Pottstown Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation:
81 Robinson St.
Pottstown, PA 19464
23 N. Walnut St.
Boyertown, PA 19512