Lititz, PA

717-625-2228
717-625-0959 (fax)
100 Highlands Drive, Suite 100
Lititz, PA 17543

Hours of Operation:

  • Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs:  7:00am-7:30pm
  • Friday: 7:00am-4:30pm


View Larger Map

The Reception Area

Upon arrival at HARTZ Physical Therapy,  the receptionist will greet you. We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early for your first appointment for the completion of  appropriate paperwork. At all subsequent visits, we appreciate your prompt arrival. If you are unable to make a scheduled appointment,  please call as soon as you are aware of your scheduling conflict. We will do our best to reschedule your appointment within one or two days.  Remember, the consistent completion of a physical therapy program is  essential to your recovery.

Patients Rooms

HARTZ Physical Therapy offers nine (9)  private patient rooms for your convenience. We are sensitive to your  privacy needs and will do everything possible to make you comfortable.  These rooms are used for initial evaluations; however, if preferred by the  patient, treatment can continue in this setting.

The Lower Gym

Our spacious and bright lower gym helps motivate  patients to perform rehabilitation exercises to the best of their ability. We provide many types of rehabilitation equipment, including:  treadmill, recumbent bike, Lifeline gym, Upper Body Ergometer, hand and cuff weights and therapy balls (Swiss medicine). The team-oriented  approach followed by the staff of HARTZ Physical Therapy consistently provides a  fun, comfortable and supportive environment for patients. Although we  know physical therapy can be difficult at times, we believe this type  of atmosphere will make it easier for patients to succeed in their  therapy programs and achieve full recovery.

The Upper Gym

Our Upper Gym gives the HARTZ Physical Therapy  staff and our patients even more room to use.

The Therapy Pool

Our state-of-the-art aquatic therapy program  is a welcomed alternative to traditional physical therapy methods for some. The pool is kept at a constant  temperature (between 89-92 degrees Fahrenheit) to provide optimal  patient comfort. A variety of aquatic equipment is used to provide the  required amount of buoyancy. In addition, a water current may be used  to help strengthen targeted muscles. Following aquatic therapy, a  private shower is available to help patients prepare for any post-therapy appointments.