Conrad Weiser Community Pool
The Conrad Weiser Community Pool operates, in a large part, through the generosity of its members and community. There are a lot of ways to help keep the CW Community Pool looking great and running smoothly. You can donate specific items, or make a monetary donation like we did with secure online payments through PayPal. Remember, swimming is an excellent sport for conditioning, cross-training and all-over fitness. Get out to the Conrad Weiser Community Pool this summer!
Western Berks Physical Therapy is proudly sponsoring a home swim meet for the Womelsdorf Swim Team on Monday, June 17th. Go Dolphins!
Proud Sponsor of Bethany Children’s Home 5th Annual Concert Series
A free summer concert series will be held rain or shine on the campus of Bethany Children’s Home located at 1863 Bethany Road, Womelsdorf, PA. Enjoy a concert at Bethany’s Children’s Home at 7pm on June 21, July 26 & August 9. The concerts are free admission but freewill donations are accepted and concessions will be available for purchase. The concerts are lawn seating only so bring your favorite chair or blanket. Donation proceeds benefit Bethany’s mission of providing a safe place of nurture, protection, and supportive care to aid their residents in their self-understanding, growth, and healing toward a brighter, healthier future.
Western Berks Physical Therapy Welcomes Alexa Dicerchio, PT, DPT
“Lexi” attended James Madison University to study Kinesiology for her undergraduate career, and then went on to the University of Pittsburgh for her Physical Therapy degree. Her PT interests include outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy, and return to sport rehab. She finds it rewarding to see her patients’ progression and help them reach their goals. In her free time she enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with her family and friends.
Nehal Chandramauli, PT – Pelvic Floor Specialist
Nehal has over 6 years experience as a Physical Therapist and has spent most of her career working in outpatient orthopedic treating all types of injuries including joint replacements, sports and work injuries, as well as chronic pain. Most recently, Nehal has been focusing on training in pelvic floor rehabilitation. She is always continuing to enhance her hands on therapy by taking various continuing education courses. Nehal completed her first certification in pelvic floor dysfunction (PF1 through the APTA Section of Women’s Health) and has been training under Dr. McKim to provide pelvic floor therapy in our Robesonia and Wyomissing office locations. Her goal is to provide individualized hands on care to all clients with emphasis on looking at the whole person rather than just the ailment or dysfunction.
Nehal is accepting new pelvic floor dysfunction patients. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!