If your group is looking for some dynamic speakers, give our office a call. All of our therapists practice the latest standards of care and have varied areas of special interests. Invite them to speak at your church group, gym or club.
PRS said Thank You to our veterans by handing out flag pins to veterans and their families at both of our locations, in addition to proudly displaying the flag with our THANK YOU sign.
“What you Need to Know About Osteoarthritis & Exercise” was presented to Yoga class members and their friends and family at Kearns Spirituality Center at LaRoche College on 10/29/19 by Dave Campagna, PT, DPT, COMT. Mary Butch, PT, was on hand with Dave answering all injury and pain-related questions.
Physical Rehabilitation Services physical therapist Dave Campagna, PT, DPT, COMT spoke on “The Real Fountain of Youth: Exercise” to Northmont AARP #2291 group on October 17, 2019. There were about 100+ AARP members in attendance.
Physical Rehabilitation Services in conjunction with Baierl Family YMCA hosted a table at Women’s Health Month Open House at the Baierl Y in Sewickley on October 7. Mary Butch, PT was on hand for “Ask A Therapist” answering all questions relating to physical therapy, injuries, pain, etc.
For National Falls Prevention Awareness month, Physical Rehabilitation Services offered a FREE Balance Screen at Club Julian for their clients and friends on 9/25/19. Dave Campagna, PT, DPT, COMT along with Stephanie Luksik, PT and Heather Duncan, PTA conducted the 20-minute screen for balance. Attendees received a strength, mobility and balance assessment and spoke with the therapist to learn what to do to stay active and avoid falls.
Physical Rehabilitation Services recently hosted a table at the Baierl Family YMCA Healthy Seniors Day offering “Ask A Therapist”. Bill Butch, PT and owner of Physical Rehabilitation Services, accompanied by Danielle Lee, PTA were on hand to answer all physical therapy questions relating to injuries, pain, etc.
Physical Rehabilitation Services co-sponsored the Janney & the Y Triathlon 2019 recently held at Allegheny County North Park swimming pool. Athletes participated in Swim, Bike and Run competition. PRS therapists Bill Butch, Dan Williams, Stephanie Luksik, Veronica Saska, along with Physical Therapy Assistant, Danielle Lee provided pre and post race stretching.
PRS physical therapists Dave Campagna, PT, DPT, COMT and Dan Williams, PT presented “Osteoarthritis and Exercise” to members of Baierl Family YMCA on Nicholson Road, Sewickley, on June 27th. The event was OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
PRS participated in Ross Township’s Independence Day parade on June 30th. The parade marched down Perry Highway and ended at Lindley Lane.
Staff from Physical Rehabilitation Services was on hand to meet and greet. A good time was had by all.
Physical Rehabilitation Services co-sponsored, along with McKnight Women’s Group, the seventh annual “Run for the Rec” 5K that was held on June 2nd, at McKnight Village Recreation Center complex. PRS logo was printed on the back of the shirts worn by the runners/walkers. The event raises money to fund improvements for the Rec complex, including road repairs, playground safety upgrades, and assists with maintaining the pavilion and ball field.
PRS physical therapist, Dave Campagna, PT, DPT, COMT delivered a talk on “Osteoarthritis & Exercise” at Club Julian’s Senior Fitness Day on May 29th. About 40 people were in attendance with good participation and Q&A.
PRS participated in Advanced Rheumatology’s Wellness Open House at the Phoenix Centre in Wexford, PA. on May 21st/23rd. The event was Open to the Public and attendees had the opportunity to listen to short talks on rheumatology/arthritis topics from both the physician and patient perspective. PRS was on hand to provide marketing handouts and held a raffle for a gardening basket for those folks who registered their email address.