ERB Physical Therapy, the MS therapy specialists, have announced that they're gearing up for the 8th year supporting WalkMS, April 15 in Pittsburgh. The practice, which started out as a small offering in Brentwood, is expanding with two state of the art facilities spanning the south hills of Pittsburgh.
More information can be found at: http://erbphysicaltherapy.net
Patients of all ages and ailments can receive high quality expert care at ERB Physical Therapy. It is a vibrant and growing company that has developed a reputation as a leading provider of physical therapy around PA.
It offers a wide range of services for patients in the PA area, all of which are detailed on the company website. This includes any total joint surgery, post operative rehabilitation, treatment for shoulder pain, low back pain, and achilles injuries.
In addition to this, patients can receive high quality services to correct bursitis, muscle weakness, tendonitis from overuse injuries, and neck pain. Other services include shin splint treatment, plantar fasciitis care, physical therapy in recovery from strokes as well as Parkinson's, and multiple sclerosis.
ERB Physical Therapy has developed a specialty service in its Brentwood office for those patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Its program coordinator is led by Mary Mazzei, PTA MSCS, a nationally certified MS specialist. Mary has a real passion for those affected with MS and takes her treatment approach very personally.
The practice has been recognized as a Partner in MS Care by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It has a beautiful, fully equipped and freestanding outpatient clinic in Brentwood on Route 51. Where therapists have been appointed to the Healthcare Advisory Committee of the PA Keystone Chapter of the National MS Society.
The practice states: We offer individualized goal oriented treatment programs with one on one or two on one care. We also have quarterly informative socials, presenting topics that benefit all patients and their families.
It adds: We take a professional and personal interest in people with MS and their families. Most importantly our mission is to develop lifelong relationships with not only our patients but with all members of the treatment team.
Interested parties can contact Mary at the Brentwood office at 412 882-4140 anytime for more details.
For more information, visit: http://www.erbphysicaltherapy.net