We cover a lot of ground when it comes to providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy. There are more than 50 UPMC Centers for Rehab Services located throughout western Pennsylvania, so it’s easy to find one that’s close to where you live or work.
With a wide variety of specialized therapy programs, some of the region's most experienced rehabilitation experts, and residency programs that attract talent from across the country, you can be sure that you’ll receive the highest quality treatments available.
What type of therapy are you looking for?
CRS recently consolidated the Donahoe Road and Westmoreland Athletic Club locations into one new practice. Same friendly staff, one convenient location. Download the new facility informational brochure for more details. (PDF)
The program was recently accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education. Learn more.
Download information about the Clinical Residency in Geriatric Physical Therapy. (PDF)
There is no good time for an injury. Whether you are exercising, competing, or working around the house, our therapists have some simple tips that will keep you injury free and doing the things you love.
For a complete listing of contact information for our locations, download our phone and fax number list. (PDF)
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