communityTHE pt GROUP is committed to the communities it serves to provide cost-effective physical therapy and related services. Maintaining and expanding employment and employment productivity is one of THE pt GROUP goals through membership in many chambers of commerce, health organizations and community initiatives.

Workers’ Compensation
We have been very active in workers’ compensation reform over the years, which has improved the business environment in Pennsylvania. Many of the staff have been members of Allegheny County Workers’ Compensation Information Exchange and Industry for Workers’ Compensation Reform, now Workers’ Compensation Education Coalition, presenting and organizing efforts to reduce the high costs of workers’ compensation and simplify the system and keep jobs in the area.
Many health and community efforts are supported with personal involvement by employees and with donations. Concerts by children’s entertainer Frank Cappelli have brought a healthy, positive message to thousands of school children over the years.
Health Care
pt_manWith health care being important, THE pt GROUP has been very active with associations such as the Westmoreland Human Resources Association. THE pt GROUP supports many organizations such as the Arthritis Foundation, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, and MS Society in community fund drives and presentations. Many health fairs, mall shows, and exhibitions are also among the ways to educate the public to the benefit of physical therapy.
THE  pt GROUP also participates in the Annual Prayer Breakfast supported by the Westmoreland County Community College, as well as the Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce. These events are important in bringing business, labor, education and government together. Education is very important to all at THE pt GROUP. Many therapists have participated in career days at high schools, scholar recognition programs and offered externship opportunities in our centers. In addition, many school sports teams receive contributions from THE pt GROUP.
Dale Cordial, PT, has served on the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Board overseeing licensing of physical therapists.


Walk to Cure Arthritis 
Thank--You-bannerTHE pt GROUP participated in the annual Arthritis Walk hosted by the Arthritis Foundation. Thank you to all who joined in this walk for a great cause!





Golf Outing

Screen Shot 2014-06-16 at 11.25.28 AMRegional Family YMCA Golf Outing May 30
Walt Henry and Steve Blass- Pittsburgh Pirates broadcaster and former player.




Bridging the Business and Legislative Issues

walt_henry_breakfastWalt Henry, Ripon College ‘74 and partner with THE pt GROUP Physical Therapy, hosted two Pennsylvania Pi (Robert Morris) brothers, Robert Byers (left) and Brandon Long (right) at the Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast on September 14, 2012. The event drew 200 interested members and guests to hear nine legislators address current challenges such as energy, transportation and pensions.

Read more in the article by Phi Delta Theta, Ripon College Alumnus Hosts Two Undergraduate Robert Morris Phis at Legislative Breakfast



Arsenal SoccerTHE pt GROUP Physical Therapy sponsored the Arsenal soccer over 30 men’s team which captured  a second consecutive league championship in a 3-1 victory over top-seeded FC Nikola Tesla.




Each year the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) sponsors this month-long focus on the positive impact of physical therapy in the lives of Americans. This year’s theme is “Move Forward: Physical Therapy Brings Motion to Life.” The current theme emphasizes how freedom of motion is vital in a person’s long-term quality of life.


Monroeville is in the midst of renaissance as it relates to the healthcare options we provide to our community.  The community is quickly becoming a premier medical center outside of Pittsburgh’s downtown area.  Monroeville is served by a variety of hospitals – large, small, community-minded, cutting-edge-focused and everything in between.  Medical providers specialize in everything from general medicine and pediatrics to oncology and interventional cardiology.  Read More…



Connecting Business, Community & Education. That is the mission of the NEW Greater Latrobe-Laurel Valley Community Chamber of Commerce. We serve as an advocate for area businesses and industries; promote a vibrant economic climate in which businesses can prosper; foster an unsurpassed quality of life for the benefit of all our neighbors; encourage the attraction of new jobs, and the smart growth of our communities; and sustain informed, enlightened, and energetic leadership to address our future needs.


Allegheny Valley, Armstrong County & StrongLand Chambers United

6th Largest Chamber in the Region.

Nestled within the river valleys and hillsides along the Allegheny and Kiskiminetas Rivers, northeast of Pittsburgh, the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber….is the cutting edge voice for the Allegheny Kiski business community and is dedicated to the improvement and growth of our region. Read More…


Presentations for service and community groups are available by contacting 1-800-783-1008 and asking for Walt Henry, Director of Marketing and Development/Partner.