Sterling Care Home Health Agency announced that it has expanded its physical therapy service offerings to support its ongoing mission to provide unsurpassed client-centered home health services that help its clients attain and maintain independence in the comfort and familiar surroundings of their own home or place of residence. Casey Schack, PT, CSCS, Cert-MDT, Physical Therapist has been appointed as Sterling Care’s Physical Therapy Supervisor, a role in which she will work directly with the President, Steve Katz, and other clinicians to create individually tailored physical therapy programs to improve recovery and positive outcomes.
“At Sterling Care, we believe that people should be able to confidently age successfully within their community by leading active, engaging and meaningful lives,” said President, Steven Katz, JD, MBA, LLM, MPH, CPA, CMC, CDP, Certified Geriatric Care Manager. “We are focused on progressive offerings that help our clients improve their quality of life, and promoting Casey Schack to our Physical Therapy Supervisor will help us, and our clients, benefit from her expertise in developing new programs that will improve our clients’ mobility, allowing them to age with confidence.”
“Our goal is to develop programs that address the specific orthopedic needs of each of our clients,” added Casey Schack, PT, CSCS, Cert-MDT, Physical Therapy Supervisor.
“We will use standards of care across the board, which encompass state-of-the-art care practices that are in our clients’ best interest and are focused on recovery and positive outcomes,” Schack added.
Schack holds a Master’s in Physical Therapy and has received the “Most Outstanding Clinician in an Outpatient Clinic” award.
A Greenwich native, Schack has over 8 years of home health experience and specializes in orthopedics, conditioning and injury prevention.
Sterling Care offers a true full-service continuum of care at home. Based in Greenwich, we provide patient-centric holistic home care with RN supervised companions and homemakers as well as visiting nurses, skilled therapists, home health aides and geriatric care management.