Ardmore Physical Therapy

From our convenient location on West Lancaster Ave, we proudly provide Physical Therapy to Ardmore, PA. Come visit our new space to see our state-of-the-art equipment and technology.
Physical Therapists, JJ Thomas and Eric Abramowitz look forward to meeting you and helping you recover faster and get back to doing what you love most!


Conveniently located just 2 miles from Ardmore, PA

Our team looks forward to meeting you and assisting in your recovery at our modern, warm, and welcoming location!


Call today or schedule an appointment online for your recovery consultation!

Physical Therapy Treatments in Ardmore, PA

Primal Physical Therapy serves every client on a one-on-one basis. No 2 injuries are exactly the same which means no two physical therapy recoveries are the same. Using that approach our experienced physical therapists will provide you with a highly personalized recovery plan tailored to your specific needs.

An injury is not just an isolated incident—the entire area in which the injury occurred will be affected in some way.


The goal of our customized Ardmore physical therapy programs is to get you back to your daily routine faster and prevent future injuries. That means restoring your strength, flexibility, endurance, and reducing your pain.

JJ Thomas, Eric Abramowitz, and the rest of the Primal Physical Therapy Team
  • Movement Analysis

    Knowing how and why you hurt yourself can help provide insight into avoiding future injuries. That's why we take a complete movement analysis of the body to better understand your injury and its current impact on your daily life.

  • Blood Flow Restriction

    Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) is a cutting-edge treatment option available at our Ardmore Physical Therapy clinic. Blood Flow Restriction is a form of manual therapy that uses lightweight elastic wraps to compress the muscles and restrict blood flow to get them working again more effectively and in less time.

  • Dry Needling

    Dry Needling therapy is usually administered in tandem with traditional physical therapy exercises. Dry needling can help patients regain mobility by reducing pain and inflammation, while also facilitating the body's natural healing response.

    Dry Needling is a technique that involves inserting small filament needles into your tight muscles to release trigger points, reduce muscle tension, ease muscle spasms, break up scar tissue in injured areas of the body, and improve circulation.

  • Laser Therapy

    At Primal Physical Therapy we use the most advanced FDA cleared Class Four Laser on the market. This means that the laser energy is very safe and effective for your body.

    Laser Therapy offers a host of healing benefits by increasing cellular oxygenation, increasing blood flow, decreasing inflammation, and encouraging the repair of cells in your muscles, tendons, and joints.

  • Ardmore Sports Rehabilitation

    Sports injuries happen to every athlete at every performance level. While every sport may predispose those athletes to a particular injury, no two sports injuries are ever the same.

    Our goal is to provide the most successful treatment possible for each athlete. Our staff of Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers will work with you resulting in a timely recovery and return to your sport or activity.

    Whether you are suffering from acute, chronic, or simply nagging pain, we offer customized treatment programs to get you back to your sport fast and at full strength.

  • Golf Swing Analysis in Ardmore, PA

    The Primal Golf Swing Analysis Program is lead by expert Eric Abramowitz who will provide an evaluation and treatment program to assist in the healing and prevention of a golf-related injury.

    Eric's program will leave you with at-home drills, exercises, and stretches to help maintain improvements and build sustainability for you on and off the golf course.

Meet our Physical Therapists

headshot of JJ Thomas


headshot of Dr. Eric Abramowitz

Eric Abramowitz, DPT


Ardmore Physical Therapy FAQ

Not initially. Our therapists are approved direct access providers in Pennsylvania, which means they can work with you for up to 30 days without a prescription. Following that time, you will need a written prescription from a doctor.

At our state-of-the-art facility, your physical therapist will assess your condition and prescribe a personalized treatment program to help you achieve your goals. In combination with hands-on therapy sessions, we also provide guidance on exercise and rehabilitative strategies that can be performed in the comfort of your own home.

No one is going to force you to do the home exercises but we will teach you how to do them and recommend a regularity for them. Dedicating yourself to the home exercises helps you reach your goals faster and with greater success.

Quite the opposite! The earlier you start treatment, the better chance you have of being pain-free or having a low chance of recurrence.