Physical Therapy in TriCounty
Physical therapy is the art of healing through movement, manual and hands-on interventions, cutting edge medical devices, and therapeutic exercise. Our skilled Physical therapists (DPT’s) and Physical therapist assistants (PTA’s) treat a variety of medical conditions for a broad range of patients, from infants to seniors.
Physical therapy is a fun, safe, non-opioid based approach to healthcare, utilizing the most up to date scientific and medical research to provide optimal results. We believe in educating each patient, student, and the surrounding community about the prevention of injury, pain, or other medical conditions.
Our PT office welcomes you to experience our beautiful new facility at the Coventry Mall location.
Not only do physical therapists treat a variety of conditions, they also educate patients, students, and the community on various ways to prevent further injuries or medical complications. Physical therapy uses scientific research and medical research to provide the latest and greatest level of care to help each individual.
Therapeutic exercise individually prescribed to address your functional impairments/medical condition.
Manual therapy to facilitate movement, to decrease pain, and to maximize recovery.
Modalities, such as electrical stimulation, to accelerate healing, to decrease pain without opioid or medicines, and to retrain movement patterns.
Education on your medical condition and proper ways to manage your disability during the rehabilitation process.
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- Pre/postoperative patients
- Sports medicine
- Balance disorders Running ailments
- Prosthetic training/education
- Pre/postpartum education/
- Temporal Mandibular
Dysfunction (“TMJ Concerns”)
Residents of Pottstown, Boyertown, and other nearby areas who wish to get in contact with CHDC’s behavioral health centers can feel free to visit one of our three locations in TriCounty or call our main office at 484-948-3097.
Dr. Matt Musket
Matthew Musket is a summa cum laude graduate of Beaver College with his degree in Biology, and he is a graduate from Arcadia University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Dr. Musket has been practicing physical therapy in his home state of Pennsylvania for over 16 years in a plethora of settings. Dr. Musket is eager to help the tri-county population from pediatric to geriatric as a primary member of the Community Health and Dental Care team.