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Welcome to
Joel Scherr Physical Therapy

We are a therapist-owned independent Physical Therapy practice. Conveniently located near Beverly Hills and Annenberg Theater for residents of Beverly Hills, North Hollywood, West Hollywood, Burbank, Westwood, West Los Angeles and Glendale.

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(310) 657-8591

Our Services

We will listen to your problem, then you will undergo a full evaluation and receive an individualized treatment plan that addresses their specific needs. The patient will stay with the same therapist to insure continuity of treatment and to develop the rapport that is necessary for effective care.

We feel that it is imperative that the patient is informed and is active in helping to determine their own treatment plan, from establishing goals to giving feedback regarding specific treatment.

Visit our sister clinic on the West Side: Click here for Orthopedic Physical Therapy Associates

Our Client success stories

  • Christopher L

    The staff was extremely pleasant and very professional. My experience at this office was productive and rewarding!
  • Clifford N

    A more cheerful and helpful place I could never hope to find! I always looked forward to my treatments. Well done to the staff! Sylvia is great!
  • Basiru A

    The service was great and the staff was just wonderful. Thank you for getting me back to normal. I really feel great like never before.
  • Ella M

    This has been the best experience that has happened to me in a long time, because someone took the time to help me. And, I thank you all because you really care about people and take the time to do it right. I truly thank you.
  • Lili Soo H

    Joel and his staff have done a wonderful job literally getting my mom back on her feet. He has provided excellent care in strengthening her knee. He and his staff are friendly, caring people and their compassion has had a really positive effect on her recovery.
  • Salwa K

    The office is excellent, the staff are great, and is well managed by the front desk. I will refer my friends to come here.
  • Gerald D

    Great care, great staff, and a clean facility. I give this office a ten out of ten and would definitely come back in the future.


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