Our Mission is, “To provide quality, specialized and individualized physical therapy services efficiently and cost-effectively.”
Our Plan is to maintain a commitment to continuous quality improvement through:
- Employee participation and involvement.
- Client compliance.
- Customer satisfaction.
- Outcomes management.
- Ongoing education.
- State-of-the-art technology.
Our Goal is to exceed our customers’ expectations, resulting in TOTAL QUALITY SATISFACTION!
The Top 10 Benefits of THE pt GROUP
- Same Licensed Physical Therapist on Each Visit
- Next Business Day Appointment
- Participation in Most Insurances
- Fewer Visits, Fewer Co-Payments
- Evaluation, Treatment and Home Exercise Program on First Visit
- Progressive Treatment Program
- Program Oriented to Patient’s Results
- Short Waiting Room Time
- Reports by Next Doctor Visit
- Convenient Locations
A Brief History
Playing the game of healthcare has become increasingly difficult in the last decade. The rules are constantly changing and the playing field is never the same. But one western Pennsylvania health care provider is proving that you can stay in the game and sometimes even win.
THE pt GROUP, led by Dale J. Cordial, PT, Co-Founder and CEO/President, provides acute physical therapy for work, motor vehicle, sports, general orthopedic injuries and neurological/balance disorders. “Neck and back injuries are harder to prove, especially in workers’ compensation cases. We wanted to give patients a higher level of care so that they could return to work much quicker.” Cordial says the secret to his company’s success is simply “giving a very high level of care at a reasonable cost.” In 2013, the company celebrated its 35th year in business.
THE pt GROUP, besides acute physical therapy, has developed Balance Therapy. The company has 80 employees and 20 locations in Allegheny, Armstrong, Indiana, Fayette and Westmoreland counties.
“In the last 35 years, the healthcare field has really changed.” Cordial says. “We are very proud of the fact that in a market of managed care, we have not had to change the quality of our care. We have continued to get more efficient so that we can maintain our standards without having to change our clinical philosophy in any way.”