2752 Century Boulevard, Wyomissing, PA, 19610

SIR Physical Therapy at Century

SIR Physical Therapy at Century

SIR PT at Century offers a wide variety of skilled physical therapy interventions that effectively treat various diagnoses such as: balance deficits, arthritis, sports injuries, work injuries, degenerative joint diseases of shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, spine, ankles and feet; joint replacements, pre- and post- surgical interventions as well.

Interventions are customized specifically for each individual patient to help them achieve their goals. Our experienced staff of Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants, along with our support staff help guide you to maximize your recovery. We effectively treat individuals with orthopaedic, sports, and work injuries, chronic conditions and post- surgical conditions. Beginning with your first appointment, each patient has an integral part of their rehabilitation plan that includes goals designed specifically for them, along with a plan that will address their individual deficits and their strengths as well.

Our facility is open Monday through Friday with appointment times available between 7:00 am – 6:30 pm. We accept most insurances, including Aetna, AmeriHealth Caritas, Auto, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Capital Blue Cross, Cigna, Gateway, Geisinger, Highmark, Humana, Loomis, Medicaid, Medicare, United Healthcare, and Teamsters.

Our administrative assistants will verify your insurance coverage and schedule your first visit promptly. Our experienced and diverse staff of professionals, utilizing a “hands-on” approach to ensure that your rehabilitation program is modified and maintained to maximize your potential for a successful outcome to your specific problem.

Meet Our Team


Todd Knorr – Todd Knorr, MPT,  is a graduate of Arcadia University practicing physical therapy for over 20 years in the outpatient orthopedic setting. He has experience in the treatment of most orthopedic injuries and surgeries, including total joints, rotator cuff repairs, foot and ankle surgeries, and ACL reconstruction, along with back and neck pain. Todd has treated common orthopedic issues in adolescence, sports injuries in all age groups, and the geriatric population with issues related to deconditioning and reducing risk for falls. The treatment of post- concussion syndrome in athletes has become a particular interest to him.  Todd’s mission is to make rehabilitation as enjoyable and efficient as possible, based on current research and a collaborative approach with other health practitioners, to achieve optimized movement and function.

Todd resides with his wife Gina, their son, Madden, and lovable cockapoo named Asher. When not enjoying time with his family, he can often be found on the tennis court, trail running, or working out at the gym. Todd loves personal development books and podcasts, and feels they have enhanced his life, as well as spark insightful conversations with his PT clients during treatments.


Sally Bauman – Sally has been a PTA for almost 25 years in the Berks County area. Upon graduating high school she attended Temple University and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. After working a bit in privately owned fitness clubs, she then attended Alvernia College and graduated with her Associate of Science degree in Physical Therapy in May 1997. Throughout her career, she gained valuable experience working in the outpatient orthopedic PT setting and enjoys working with post-surgical patients including those with total knee and hip joint replacements and various shoulder surgeries such as RTC repair, SLAP surgery, and shoulder arthroplasty. In May 2015, she decided to pursue her Master of Science in Healthcare Administration/Informatics from Saint Joseph’s University and in May 2019 she graduated with her degree. She is a motivated clinician and a goal oriented professional and experiencing patients setting goals and then achieving those goals is one huge bonus with her work as a PTA! She resides in Berks County with her partner and a very spoiled Pug named Aaron. She enjoys spending time with her very large extended family including many siblings, nieces and nephews. She enjoys the beach, hiking, trail biking, going to the movies, watching live music venues, and cooking. She enjoys skiing in the winter and is a huge Philadelphia sports fan! Music is also a big part of her life singing in her church choir and running a part-time DJ business. In addition, every summer she volunteers on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Pine Ridge, SD helping the people of the Oglala Lakota tribe.  Sally looks forward to seeing you on the schedule at SIR PT-Century Blvd. location and restoring your body to a pain free active lifestyle!


Nicolas Feeney – Nicholas Feeney has been with SIR since 2016, starting out as a tech after graduating with exercise science degree from West Chester University. Continued education at Central Penn College’s PTA program, graduating in 2020. Interests in PT field include orthopedic surgeries, helping geriatric population, preparing athletes for return to sport, along with vestibular and concussion rehab. In free time I enjoy being around the game of baseball coaching and umpiring ages 10-18. Also enjoy spending time outside in woods hiking, fishing, and hunting along with spending time with friends and family.


Erin Fisher – Erin Fisher, DPT, is a graduate of Alvernia University and has been practicing physical therapy for a year and a half. She has treated most orthopedic injuries and surgeries such as total joints, rotator cuff surgeries, neck and back pain, and sport-related injuries. She also has experience in treating patients with vestibular disorders and has worked with the geriatric population regarding issues involving deconditioning or other neurological disorders. She likes to develop individualized treatment programs focused on exercise and manual therapy to improve patients’ overall well-being and optimize their function. In her free time, you can find her enjoying time with friends, family, and taking her dog Macy for walks. If it’s football or baseball season, you can find her curled up on the couch cheering on her favorite team.