A LETTER TO OUR PATIENTS,
For both myself and Peggy, we wish to thank you for trusting us with your physical therapy rehabilitation. We are announcing our retirement and will be closing our practice on December 29, 2023.
We opened our practice in June of 1987 and for the past 36 years we have counted it a privilege to have worked with the wonderful people of San Juan and the surrounding cities. It has never seemed like work to us and this has made the years seem to pass much too quickly. The relationships we have made by working closely with our patients will be our most valued memory of all. So many of you have told us that you loved the experience of working with us, we can assure that you gave us joy, laughter, challenges and the chance to become better at caring for you.
The time has come to start a new chapter of our lives, however, we find it to be bittersweet. It is always hard to say goodbye to people. We will miss hearing about your families and the joys and challenges of everyday life. We will also miss seeing you meet your goals with PT and walk out the door doing much better than when you came in.
So, dear patients, thank you again for making our career such a wonderful one. We have certainly enjoyed it. Our only thought after reflecting on this decision is that we wish we could start all over again on that first day.
Stay healthy, be happy, and enjoy the gift of life!
Pat and Peggy Pritzl
Pritzl Physical Therapy
All of our physical therapists have advanced training and expertise to provide the most effective rehabilitation approach and care.
BECAUSE WE CARE!
PPT is committed to helping you maximize your independence by working together with you to set individualized goals. We hope to optimize the quality of your movements and improve your performance and function. Our goal is to restore the skills that are of value to you in your everyday life.
We have over 50 years of combined experience in the areas of orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation.
A PARTIAL LIST OF TREATMENT
- Sports Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Tendinitis
- Elbow Tendinitis
- ACL, PCL, MCL Meniscus Tears
- Ankle Sprain/Strains
- Achilles Tendinitis