OFFICE HOURS: M-W-Th 8:00AM - 8:00 PM | T-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM

1011 W. Penn Ave.

Robesonia, PA 19551

(P) 610-589-2263

(F) 610-589-2232

1405A Penn Ave.

Wyomissing, PA 19610

(P) 610-396-9278

(F) 610-396-9242

3212 Kutztown Rd. 

 Laureldale, PA 19605

(P) 610-370-7817

(F) 610-370-7928


Western Berks Physical Therapy has remained true to the mission we began years ago when we set our course: To inspire our patients to attain all of their rehabilitation goals. Our success is measured by the level of function our patients regain utilizing every skill, we as physical therapists, possess. We give each patient positive direction and education so that they may continue their journey to a stronger body, a healthy mind, and a renewed spirit.

We were founded in 1992, to meet the growing need for physical therapy services in western Berks County and eastern Lebanon County areas. With our newest facility in Laureldale, we are now able to provide the same great physical therapy services to those in the central Berks County region.​

Our facilities offer the opportunity to access exceptional health care at three convenient locations. Staff members work with patients to provide flexible treatment times to fit busy schedules. Call us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your physical therapy needs.​

Why Physical Therapy

Physical therapists treat injuries and also use techniques to prevent injury to the body. Physical therapists are able to help the patient increase functional skills and movement through a variety of techniques, including exercise and work-simulated strengthening.

Other techniques are used as well, including therapeutic massage, ultrasound, whirlpool, and electrical stimulation.

Today’s physical therapist plays a crucial role in improving and maintaining the quality of life for millions of Americans. More than 350,000 individuals are treated by a physical therapist every day.

How Can I Qualify for Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy can be prescribed by a doctor. The patient is free to choose where he or she would like to receive physical therapy, once it is prescribed. Pennsylvania is now a Direct Access state, so clients can come directly to physical therapy for 30 days, without a prescription.

Either way, physical therapists evaluate and prepare a treatment plan in accordance with the patient’s or physician’s directives. This plan is individually tailored to meet the goals and objectives of each patient to minimize pain, restore movement and maximize functional skills.

Western Berks Physical Therapy and Wellness Center Disclaimer

Disclaimer : The information included on this site is for informational purposes only. It is in no way intended to diagnose or correct any medical condition, but is an attempt to make available further information regarding certain medical conditions. If you feel that you exhibit symptoms of the conditions described on these pages, please contact us to schedule an appointment.