Hands-on Physical Therapy for Pain Relief

One-on-One Care to Help You Enjoy Life Again

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Welcome To
Ridgeview Physical Therapy & Wellness Center
in Bridgeville, PA

Are You Tired Of:

  • Disappointing Results?
  • Being Passed from One Care Provider to Another?
  • Being Treated Like a Number?
  • Not Knowing What’s Causing Your Pain?
  • Concerns About Drugs, Injections, or Surgery?
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Getting Started is
Fast & Easy

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Start Feeling Better Tomorrow

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(412) 400-3434

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We appreciate that pain can make you anxious, uncomfortable, and you might be uncertain about how we can help

What You Need to Know

  • Dr. Torris is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • Less Than 5% of All Physical Therapists Earn this Credential
  • This means you’ll get better faster, in fewer visits
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Services We Provide

Success Stories

What Patients Have to Say

  • My daughter is a dancer, and finding someone who is caring, knowledgeable, and works well with kids was of utmost importance. I could not be happier!

    Carrie S.
  • When you arrive, you never have to wait for your appointment as they are always ready for you to arrive. During your appointment, you are constantly in their care with all of the latest technology and exercises.

    Stephanie F.
  • Found you guys easily enough on maps. Love your location. You are so easy to work with.

    Anu G.

We are In-Network with Most Insurance Plans

No Referral No Problem -
We Can See Patients Without a Physician’s Referral

  • Canada Life
  • Green Shield
  • Manulife
  • MVA
  • Sunlife
  • WSIB
  • Blue Cross

If you don’t see your plan listed, please give us a call. We make every effort to verify your insurance benefits before your first visit with us.

  • physical therapy Bridgeville PA

    Start Feeling Better Tomorrow

    Call Today

    (412) 400-3434

    Request An Appointment

    Comparison Table
    Ridgeview Physical Therapy
    & Wellness Center
    • Warm, Friendly Clinic Serving the South Hills of Pittsburgh
    • One-on-One Treatment with the Doctor, Each Visit
    • Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS)
    • Sports Therapy Specialist
    • Vestibular Rehabilitation Expert
    • We Take the Time to Listen to You
    • Immediate Appointments Available
    • Most Affordable
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    Learn about the 5 phases of recovery
    • Phase 1: Pain Relief

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      Reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation are common goals in this phase of recovery. Injury protection, elevation, appropriate medications, compression, and patient education are important.

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      Read MoreMarch 6, 2024

    • Back to Basics: Understanding and Tackling Lower Back Pain

      Lower back pain is like that uninvited guest at a party—it shows up unexpectedly and can be a real pain to deal with! But did you know that not all back pains are the same? They come in different types, each with its own level of "ouch" and ways to get be…

      Read MoreFebruary 28, 2024

    • Muscle Strengthening with Physical Therapist Guidance

      Physical therapist-directed resistance training (RT) isn't just about building muscles. RT, as a muscle-strengthening exercise, has been proven to not only improve your ability to perform daily activities with greater ease, it can also si…

      Read MoreFebruary 21, 2024

    • Understanding Knee Meniscus Tears: A Guide to Healing and Strength

      Your knee is a complex part of your body that helps you walk, run, and jump. Inside the knee, there are two special cartilage cushions called the menisci (singular is meniscus). Sometimes, as we get older or when we put too much pressure on our knees, one…

      Read MoreFebruary 14, 2024

    • The Power of Physical Therapy, Exercise, and Manual Therapy

      Shoulder pain can come from a variety of soft tissue structures, often making everyday activities challenging. Whether it's due to an injury, overuse, or a condition like arthritis, finding relief is crucial for maintaining an active, pain-free lifestyle…

      Read MoreFebruary 7, 2024