PT at the JCC - Powered by the JAA

Physical Therapy in a Great Setting

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PT at the JCC – Powered by the JAA is perfectly located at the JCC in Squirrel Hill to serve the Squirrel Hill community and JCC members.

Physical Therapy services include:

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Vesitibular
  • Aquatic
  • Balance
  • Auto & Workers Comp Claims
  • Sports Injury
  • Pre/post surgical rehab

 

Meet Our Staff

Dr Scott Rose-ACPT_500x500Dr. Scott Rosen, Physical Therapist, is the clinical director at the PT at the JCC – Powered by the JAA office located in the Jewish Community Center.  He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Chatham University and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of Pittsburgh.  Dr. Rosen maintains professional memberships with the American Physical Therapy Association and Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association.  He was a three time University of Pittsburgh Baseball Varsity Letterman and participated in four World Maccabiah Games in Fast-Pitch Softball.  Dr. Rosen has a special interest in manual therapy, orthopedics and sports physical therapy.

Kristin Siksa-ACPT_500x500Kristin Lerro is a physical therapist assistant at PT at the JCC – Powered by the JAA office located in the Jewish Community Center. She earned an Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the Community College of Allegheny County. Kristin is a professional member of the American Physical Therapy Association. A swimmer herself, she enjoys working in the clinic with swimmers as well as other athletes.

Hours of Operation

Please call 412-697-3505 for hours and appointments.

Questions about Physical Therapy? Contact Us

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