Welcome toSparta Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy in Sparta Township, NJ
We Help Resolve Your Pain So You Can Enjoy Life Again
It may surprise you but not all physical therapy clinics are the same.
You deserve high-quality care and you shouldn’t wait days or weeks for it. Since 2006 the team at SOS Physical Therapy have been providing expert care to patients like you, utilizing a creative blend of experience and proven current results base methodology. We are proud to be the only privately owned and operated facility in the business district emphasizing integrity and quality with the services we provide, rather then the financial, corporate and mega healthcare model of quantity above all else.
If you are looking for a warm, family environment where everyone knows your name and is genuinely interested in relieving your pain and helping you get back to enjoying your life again, we are here for you.
57 S Sparta Ave
Convenient access from Route 15, in the heart of Spartas business district across from Ocean State Job Lot
Clinical Excellence & Expertise
We provide cutting-edge care. Both of the physical therapists attend regular continuing education that exceeds state standards.
Convenience and Personal Service
We have appointments available 5 days per week, early morning and evening hours, and unlike the big-box corporate practices, you will see your physical therapist every visit.
We Work with Your Insurance Company
When you schedule your first visit, we will call your insurance company on your behalf and verify your benefits. We are preferred providers for a number of insurance plans. Click here to view a partial list of insurance plans Experts
After your first visit we will discuss your plan of care, how many visits we think it will take to achieve your goals, and we will also provide this information to your doctor.
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Clinical research shows that the sooner you get started with active rehabilitation, the less likely you will need unnecessary tests, medications, or surgery.
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