On-Site Physical Therapy

You have the option of choosing our Physical Therapy Centers to receive your services, conveniently located at our St. Mary’sMemorial Regional, St. Francis, and Short Pump offices. Your physician may recommend physical therapy as part of your treatment plan.

Our physical therapy program is part of our multidisciplinary approach to treating patients with musculoskeletal problems and for those recovering from injury or surgery.

You can be assured that our highly skilled physical therapists will work closely with your Tuckahoe physician to customize a therapy program that focuses on your individual goals. They will communicate on a regular basis in order to evaluate your progress and, as needed, make adjustments to your treatment plan to ensure optimal outcomes.

Skilled Physical Therapists

Your physical therapy will be provided by one of our licensed physical therapists or physical therapy assistant.  They have each received advanced training in Physical Therapy beyond their undergraduate studies.  Our clinicians bring a vast array of knowledge to assist you in meeting your goals.

Your physical therapist will examine you and recommend a treatment plan. This plan will empower you to improve your flexibility, strength, endurance, coordination, and/or balance….so you can return to your normal activities as well as prevent future injuries and pain.

Making Your Appointment Is Easy

Once your physician recommends physical therapy, appointments can be made at any of our four convenient locations. To schedule an appointment at our St. Mary’s or St. Francis location, call us at 804-285-2300, ext. 1199. Therapy appointments at our Memorial Regional location may be made by calling 804-285-2300, ext. 1411. Therapy appointments at our Short Pump location may be made by calling 804-285-2300, ext. 1750.

Our St. Mary’s and Memorial Regional therapy centers are open Monday-Friday from 7:30am until 6:00 pm.  Our St. Francis therapy center is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00am until 6:00pm. Our Short Pump therapy center is open Monday-Thursday from 8:00am until 5:00pm and Fridays from 8:00am until 2:00pm.

Your First Appointment

  • Plan to arrive 5 minutes early. You do not have to fill out any additional paperwork.
  • Please bring your physician’s order for Physical Therapy (unless your physician forwarded ahead of time). If you do not have your order, we will gladly contact your physician.
  • Please bring your personal and work calendars, to assist you in making future appointments. After your initial evaluation, your therapist will recommend frequency and length of care that best meets your needs.
  • Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear that allows the area of treatment to be exposed. Shorts and tank tops may be helpful.
  • Allow approximately 60 minutes for your first appointment. You will be evaluated by the physical therapist in order to develop a plan of care. Recovery is an active process that will require you to complete exercises at home.

Meet our Physical Therapists

Pete Travers, MSPT, Cert. DN
Physical Therapy Manager

Undergraduate: Boston University
Graduate: Boston University, Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Certified in Intramuscular Dry Needling

Road biking, traveling to Europe, attending his two daughters’ sporting events

Gregg Ryman, DPT, ATC
Memorial Regional Physical Therapy Clinic Manager

Undergraduate: James Madison University, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology -Concentration in Athletic Training
Post Graduate: Virginia Commonwealth University (MCV) – Doctorate in Physical Therapy

Certified Athletic Trainer

Staying active, running, football, spending time with his kids and family

Eric Meyers, DPT, Cert. DN
Short Pump Physical Therapy Clinic Manager

Undergraduate: University of Vermont, Bachelor of Arts in History
Post Graduate: Virginia Commonwealth University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Certified in Dry Needling

Running, mountain biking, yoga, and surfing

Leslie Priddy, LPTA, CMT

Undergraduate: California University of Pennsylvania

Certified in Massage Therapy, American Institute of Massage

Travel, volunteer work


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