One of only a handful of CFMTs (Certified Functional Manual Therapist™) in PA. Learn more.
We are the ONLY office in Chester County that has the WCS distinction. Learn more.
Our therapists have specialized training on male pelvic pain and care. Learn more.
Improve core strength while gaining endurance under the supervision of a physical therapist. View calendar.
One of only three Schroth Scoliosis Certified Physical Therapists in Pennsylvania. Learn more about Scoliosis.
"At Empower Physical Therapy in Exton,
we believe that life is movement and
movement is life. You don’t have to live with pain
and dysfunction as long as we are here with
the experience, resources and hands-on
expertise to help you get through it."
- Rachel Miller PT, MSPT, WCS, CFMT™ and Owner of Empower Physical Therapy
IN THE NEWS
- Join Empower Physical Therapy on October 22nd for a day of family fun while recognizing women in our community!
Learn more about the Empowered Women in Business Fair
- We had a great time at our exciting indoor cycling experience for a great cause!
See a picture of the group and learn more on our Facebook page
- Physical therapy is the number one treatment for vaginal (pelvic floor) pain.
Read the full Fox News article
- Scroth method for treating scoliosis.
Read the full Philadelphia Inquirer article
OUR EXPERTISE CONTINUED
When you need advanced physical therapy, you need highly skilled therapists with advanced training. Founder Rachel Miller PT, MSPT, WCS, CFMT is board-certified in Women’s health through the American Physical Therapy Association. She has over 15 years of experience with pelvic and spinal pain, incontinence, pre- and postnatal conditions, knee and shoulder problems, sports injuries and headaches.
Rachel is a Certified Functional Manual Therapist™ (CFMT), an advanced clinical certification currently bestowed on only a handful of therapists in Pennsylvania. This integrated and seamless treatment system couples manual physical therapy with active patient movement to get optimal and quick results. FMT can be comparable to the chiropractic approach called active release therapy (ART). The benefits of FMT include specific exercise- and physical therapy-provided resistance training to eliminate pain.