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(941) 360-9706 5023 Ringwood Meadow,   Building F,   Sarasota, FL 34235


places special emphasis on a "hands-on" approach to all of our patients.

Our focus is on patient education, enabling patients to understand their condition and overcome it. At CTR, patient care and positive results are our main concern. We encourage close communication with your doctor to maximize patient outcome.

Our Mission

Larry Bertolino

At CTR our mission is to educate patients to make exercise a lifelong habit, to improve their function, and to live life to the fullest.

CTR's focus is on personalized care. Larry Bertolino takes great pride in his ability to provide individualized one-on-one care to all of his patients.

Larry treats everyone like family and this is the reason for his success. Anyone who has been treated at CTR (see Accolades) knows that his priority is to return his patients to a fully functional lifestyle.

CTR believes that optimum nutrition is important for the best positive outcomes. If your body is in a weakened and depleted state, it makes it so much more difficult to heal and be healthy.

Your body needs to have an optimum environment to get optimum results. This is why we have partnered with NutraMetrix, a company that offers pharmaceutical grade nutritional supplements which are used by and highly endorsed by CTR Physical

To view recommended products and scientific and educational information, go to www.NutraMetrix.com/CTRPhysicalTherapy.


We offer manual, orthopedic, neurological, and vestibular rehabilitation. All standard PT modalities are offered as well as ETPS micro-stim for pain control and all soft tissue/myofascial pain.

We will design specific programs for:

  • Post-rehabilitation fitness
  • Cardio rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation for stroke / Parkinson's
  • Neck and back pain
  • Soft tissue disorders
  • Joint replacement therapy
  • Shoulder and knee rehabilitation


state-of-the-art computerized balance testing to accurately assess your risk of falling. According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, falls are the leading cause of injury / death for Americans 65 years or older. At least 95% of hip fractures among older adults are caused by falls.