In lieu of Mike Saunders’s retirement, he has proudly transferred his ownership to his long standing colleague, Dr. Tracy Urvater and the Access PT team.  Access PT is committed to continuing to provide Rockland County patients with the same value of rehab that Mike had provided.

“Tracy Urvater and I have been colleagues for quite some time and I feel very comfortable transitioning my practice to her. I’m confident that she will continue to provide the same quality care our clients have come to expect. In fact, our similar culture was the key driver behind our decision to partner with Access,” said Saunders.

“You won’t find a better physical therapist than Dr. Tracy Urvater,” said Stephen Albanese.

Dr. Tracy Urvater has been serving Rockland County patients as a physical therapist for over 25 years. She is board-certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association. She treats patients with every type of orthopedic, sports or post-surgical related condition, but she has a special interest in spine, knee and shoulder injuries, as well as in the health of the “overhead athlete” – players of baseball, tennis, volleyball etc. She is a former softball player, youth baseball coach and competitive swimmer. She aims to provide the most current evidence based treatment to return patients to their maximum functional potential.

“We know we are doing well when patients come back to us for all their physical therapy needs – and refer their friends and family to a place they know provides the type of care they are looking for,” Urvater said. At the Pomona location you’ll receive excellent care and our commitment to making you feel better!

Pomona also has two other skilled Physical therapists, Dr. Jackie Brazier, PT, DPT and Dr. Katherine Eggleson, PT, DPT. available to you when you need. At 14 Thiells Mt. Ivy Road, Pomona becomes the 18th office of the Orange County-based, family-owned Access Physical Therapy & Wellness.

“Access Physical Therapy & Wellness lives the vision of Saunders, which makes the fit so appropriate. In fact, our similar culture was the key driver behind our decision to partner with Access Physical Therapy & Wellness. Access Physical Therapy & Wellness shares the same values we do, exceeding patients’ expectations by providing excellent quality care and a hands-on approach.” Mike Saunders,PT,ATC

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is open weekdays 7 a.m.‐8 p.m., Saturdays 8 a.m.‐noon. They accept most insurances – and new patients can almost always be seen within 24 hours of calling Access. For more information about Access Physical Therapy & Wellness in Pomona or New City, please contact Urvater at 845-578-9898, 845-694-8808 or email turvater@accessptw.com.

We feel like we have the best physical therapists around. Did you know you don’t need a referral to get help from a Physical Therapist? Direct access is available for you, please call us and set up an evaluation so we can help get you back on your feet. In Orange County we offer Physical Therapy in Chester, Goshen, Monroe, Port Jervis, and Montogmery. Westchester County has Physical Therapy in Armonk, Bedford, and Hawthorne. In Ulster County we offer Physical Therapy in Wallkill, while in Sullivan County you can get Physical Therapy in Ferndale. To round out our 12 locations in New York, those living in Rockland County can go to Physical Therapy in New City as well as Pomona.  If you happen to live in PA, we also have Physical Therapy in Milford and Dingmans Ferry of Pike County.  Give us a call today!