Emily Moatz, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist located in Royersford, PA

Meet Emily Moatz, PT, DPT

Emily is a certified physical therapist who specializes in manual therapy, pre and post - surgery rehabilitation, spinal, and balance rehabilitation.

Emily received both her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and her Doctorate of Physical therapy from Lebanon Valley College.  

Emily is committed to staying current on the latest research and treatment techniques to optimize the care she provides patients. She has taken courses on manual interventions for both cervical and lumbar spine and is interested in continuing her education with the LSVT Big program for people with Parkinson’s disease. Emily is currently pursuing her certification in Graston Manual Therapy.

Emily is passionate about helping people get “back to their best” and back to pursuing what they enjoy doing without limitations.

Emily’s approach to patient care centers on understanding the “whole person” - seeing patients as individuals, and their diagnosis as a small, but important part of their wider life. Emily strives to personally connect with her patients and meet them where they are functionally and emotionally. She has found that developing a personal connection empowers patients to be active participants in their own care, and ultimately helps them to reach their goals and find success in their treatment.

Emily finds that spending time getting to know her patients as whole individuals with roles in the family, at work and in the community, is critical to developing appropriate treatment goals that will help her patients resume these roles.

Emily relies on her experience as an athlete and an outdoors enthusiast to create fun and challenging programs that will motivate her patients to reach their goals quickly.


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Emily is a certified physical therapist who specializes in manual therapy, pre and post - surgery rehabilitation, spinal, and balance rehabilitation.

Emily received both her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and her Doctorate of Physical therapy from Lebanon Valley College.  

Emily is committed to staying current on the latest research and treatment techniques to optimize the care she provides patients. She has taken courses on manual interventions for both cervical and lumbar spine and is interested in continuing her education with the LSVT Big program for people with Parkinson’s disease. Emily is currently pursuing her certification in Graston Manual Therapy.

Emily is passionate about helping people get “back to their best” and back to pursuing what they enjoy doing without limitations.

Emily’s approach to patient care centers on understanding the “whole person” - seeing patients as individuals, and their diagnosis as a small, but important part of their wider life. Emily strives to personally connect with her patients and meet them where they are functionally and emotionally. She has found that developing a personal connection empowers patients to be active participants in their own care, and ultimately helps them to reach their goals and find success in their treatment.

Emily finds that spending time getting to know her patients as whole individuals with roles in the family, at work and in the community, is critical to developing appropriate treatment goals that will help her patients resume these roles.

Emily relies on her experience as an athlete and an outdoors enthusiast to create fun and challenging programs that will motivate her patients to reach their goals quickly.



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