Restoring Quality of Life

Why Choose SPT?

CORONAVIRUS AWARENESS AND ACTION PLAN: SEE BELOW

At SPT, we emphasize a hands-on individualized approach for our patients. We stress quality of care not quantity of care allowing us to achieve the optimal results that you need and deserve! Our clinical staff are highly trained and skilled and are ready to help you improve your quality of life.  Read our BLOG.

3 Convenient Locations

SPT proudly serves Burlington, Camden and Mercer Counties with three offices conveniently located in Specialized Physical Therapy – Cherry Hill, Specialized Physical Therapy – Princeton & Specialized Physical Therapy – Burlington, NJ. Hours vary by location and can be viewed here. Contact us today to learn more about the programs & services available for you.

Relieve Pain. Move Better. Get Stronger. Improve Balance. Restore Quality of Life.

Direct Access

Direct Access in physical therapy means that you can go directly to a PT for evaluation and treatment of pain and other movement related issues. Watch the video below for more information about Direct Access. Yes, by New Jersey State law you may visit a licensed physical therapist without a physician prescription.

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Snapshot of Services & Care

Some of the most common issues our patients come to us about include lower back pain, sciatica, neck pain, total joint replacement, orthopedic injuries, balance/falls & concussions.  We offer Graston Technique.  In addition, we offer pediatric therapy, hand therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.  We also offer wellness and prevention programs including Massage, Sport Ready Program, The Fitness Athlete Fix, and Runners Analysis Program

 

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Coronavirus Awareness and Action Plan:

Although coronavirus has not affected Specialized Physical Therapy directly, we want to reassure you that we have measures in place to protect our patients and staff.  For now, we will remain open as usual.

According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), the virus is spread, similarly to other illnesses like the common cold and flu, through coughing and sneezing by those who already have it. We are reminding patients and staff who feel ill to please stay home and follow up with your primary physician. In addition, ask yourself these 3 questions:

1. Do I have or did I have a fever and/or chills, coughing, sneezing, or shortness of breath in the last 24-48 hours?
2. Have I been in contact with anyone who has the coronavirus or have been in an area that is known to have the coronavirus?
3. Have I recently traveled to and from an area that is known to have the coronavirus?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, we are asking you to stay home and follow the recommendations of the CDC:
https://www.cdc.gov/coron…/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

The best way to stop the spread of any germs is to continue practicing good hygiene. This includes sneezing/coughing into your elbow and making sure to wash your hands often with soap and water (or hand sanitizer if soap is not readily available). As always, our bathrooms are fully stocked with soap, and we also have several hand sanitizers throughout the office.

The cleanliness of our office, and health of our patients has always been a main priority. Patient tables, chairs, and all gym equipment are thoroughly wiped down by our aides after each use, as well as bathrooms, door handles, light switches, etc, will continue to be cleaned several times a day. Our therapists wash their hands (or use hand sanitizer) in between each patient encounter and we ask every patient to do the same upon arriving and leaving our office.

If we all continue to follow these guidelines, we can help to keep each other, as well as our community healthy! We will continue to use CDC as a guide and update as needed. As always, we thank you for choosing Specialized Physical Therapy.