Katie Pritchard, PT, DPT

Physical Therapy

1 Patient Story
Katie Pritchard, PT, DPT
Physical Therapy

Katie Pritchard, PT, DPT, holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. She has special interest in sports injuries, low-back pain and pediatric torticollis. Her treatment specialties include rehabilitation of the back and neck and pediatrics. 

4 Testimonials
Katie And Jason Made Going To Therapy Easier
“ Katie and Jason made going to therapy easier. They worked very hard to get me back for movement in my shoulder. The girls at the front desk were so pleasant and helpful. ”
Anonymous
Katie Is Outstanding
“ Katie has been outstanding, She really was concerned for me and has be an advocate on my behalf with the doctor. It is obvious she really has my best interest in mind. Paula also is wonderful. She does a great job at trying to treat me, while remaining friendly, professional and courteous. They both are top notch! ”
Anonymous
Nothing But Praise
“ I have nothing but praise for Katie and Paula, the girl at the front desk and the staff at Greenwood Ave. They helped make a painful experince much more tolerable by positive and encouraging words. ”
Anonymous
Coordinated Health. Better. Together.
“ The slogan is Coordinated Health. Better. Together. I think this is an appropriate slogan for me as well. I have been a patient at Coordinated Health for many ailments including Achilles’ tendon issues, tarsal tunnel syndrome, torn meniscus, partially torn ACL, and Morton’s neuroma. The first person I encountered at Coordinated Health was Dr. Brigido. When I saw Dr. Brigido for my neuroma issue I told him about no feeling in my foot. He referred me to Dr. Goldberg for acupuncture and Dr. Duffy for Grafton massage. With these doctors I gained the feeling back in my foot. Dr. Goldberg explained acupuncture and what he would be doing. It didn’t hurt and I felt more feeling in my foot after a couple treatments. Dr. Duffy did Graston massage and removed scar tissue as well as keeping me balanced. He looked at me as a whole person and not just a left foot. Unfortunately, as I was getting treated for that I partially tore my ACL. The great news is that I had acupuncture a few days later and it prevented pain from the ACL issue. Dr. Slenker, the orthopedist who treated me for the ACL, sent me for physical therapy. I have been rehabbing and have avoided surgery. Physical therapy is hard work. I had the team of Katie Pritchard and Deb. Together they helped me strengthen my muscles. They were very patient and kind while teaching me new exercises and doing Graston massage on my tight IT bands. I never knew Graston massage was part of the PT but it is makes such a great difference in loosening tightness and breaking up scar tissue. I’m happy to say I have my last day of PT today. As the slogan goes, Coordinated Health. Better. Together. Thanks for all you all have done! I feel stronger and confident I will stay healthy. If not, I will definitely be back because you have a true team that works together to make me better.Diane DeVivo ”
Diane D. from Easton, PA
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