Backway´s Physical Therapy, PLLC
- Is the therapist skilled in manual (hands-on) techniques?
- How much one-on-one time will I spend with the therapist?
- How much time will I spend with an assistant or technician?
- Is the therapist a participating provider with my health plan?
- Is the facility equipped to effectively treat my condition?
Hours: M-F from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM
250 S. McCormick St.
Prescott, AZ 86303
Phone: (928) 777-8050
Hours: M-F from 9 AM to 4 PM
1680 Iron Springs Rd., #101
Prescott, AZ 86305
Phone: (928) 778-7929
Kimberly Bierschwale Swanner, Speech Therapy Office:
Hours: M-F by appointment only
NW corner of Summit Ave and Hill Ave.
Entrance down the walkway on Summit Ave.
Phone: (928) 277-8013
At Backway’s Physical Therapy we offer . . . .
Knowledgeable, open and eager Physical and Speech Therapists who combine science with skill and intuition in their provision of care.
One-on-one evaluation or treatment time with our licensed practitioners for a full hour.
An eclectic approach to care which emphasizes manual (hands-on) techniques, coupled with client education, therapeutic exercise and various modalities.
A friendly, caring environment and a variety of rehabilitation equipment to suit all shapes, sizes, ages and levels of functioning.
Eight Physical Therapists and one Speech Therapist to serve your physical rehabilitation needs. Working as a team, we offer our clients “one-stop-shopping” for a large variety of techniques and services.
Did you know you can choose your Physical Therapist?
In Arizona, you can seek the help of a Physical Therapist, even if you are not referred by a physician.
When choosing a therapist, you should ask the following questions:
What should you expect from your Physical Therapist?
For me, Physical Therapy at Backway’s PT has been effective in treating many complaints where other therapies have failed.
A good Physical Therapist is someone who attends to you as a knowing, complicated, and whole person; someone who works to understand your uniqueness and attempts to discover your innate capacity for healing.
You should expect your therapist to listen to what you have to say, educate and empower you in achieving your goals, and guide you along your individual path to improved health and vitality.