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Experience the Strength in our Numbers

As the only physician-owned hospital in Berks County, Surgical Institute of Reading’s strength comes from specialty care surgical teams whose expertise and patient satisfaction are nationally recognized. Ensuring best outcomes are seven conveniently located physical therapy campuses offering highly specialized, rehabilitative care.

 

Century Boulevard Surgical Campus

2752 Century Boulevard, Wyomissing, PA 19610 610.378.8800

Century Boulevard Surgical Campus  

Broadcasting Road Surgical Campus

1280 Broadcasting Road, Wyomissing, PA 19610 610.736.9909

Broadcasting Road Surgical Campus

Physical Therapy Campuses

News & Events

  • sir-events-promo-800-by-280-abraham_burnett Spinal Stenosis: Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment Options – A Discussion - Join David J. Abraham, M.D., and Carl Burnett, D.O., at Surgical Institute of Reading on Tuesday, November 29th at 5:30pm for a discussion on surgical and non-surgical treatment options for spinal stenosis. Topics will include: What is laser back surgery? Laminectomy or Spinal Fusion: What you can expect Discussion on treatment options, including physical therapy, medications and ...
  • sir-events-promo-800-by-280-dr-martin Total Knee Replacement for the Active Patient – A Discussion - Join John A. Martin, Jr., MD of Surgical Institute of Reading on Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm for a discussion on the topic of Total Knee Replacement for the Active Patient. Topics will include: Is total knee replacement right for you? Partial versus total knee Contemporary approaches for knee arthritis management New techniques for maximizing activity Presentation Location: ...
  • sir-events-promo-800-by-280-soffer Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy: A Minimally Invasive Surgery – A Discussion - Join Stephen Soffer, M.D., at Surgical Institute of Reading on Thursday, November 10th at 5:30pm, for a discussion on the topic of Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy: A Minimally Invasive Surgery. Learn how the following joint problems may be treated with tiny incisions using the latest state-of-the-art techniques: Meniscus Tears Rotator Cuff Tears Knee and Shoulder ...