Bridgewater Physical Therapy


1081 US-22 West
Suite 204
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Tel: 732.427.8171

Monday – Friday

Twin Boro PT Bridgewater

Twin Boro Physical Therapy is proud to provide visitors and residents of Bridgewater with access to the
best evidence based physical therapy care in New Jersey. The Township of Bridgewater covers 33
square miles and is home to 45,000 residents. Bridgewater Township is located in the center of
Somerset County, bordering 11 other municipalities. Bridgewater boasts a variety of parks, recreation and
shopping opportunities, excellent schools, a minor league ballpark. Twin Boro Physical Therapy, voted
best physical therapy practice by, is a New Jersey institution, with 37 years of
experience, helping patients live life to the fullest is proud to service Bridgewater Township and the
surrounding communities.


Incorporating the latest and most reliable scientific research and techniques into an effective evidence
based practice is the cornerstone of Twin Boro Physical Therapy’s success. Patients that come into our
Clark office know that they are receiving the highest standard of care, because our physical therapists
work one-on- one to develop an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Twin Boro Physical
Therapy provides treatment for the wide variety of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system,

  • Arthritis
  • Back and Neck Pain
  • Knee and Shoulder Pain
  • Headaches
  • Balance
  • Orthopaedics
  • Sports Injuries
  • Joint Pain
  • Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Core Stabilization

One-on- One Approach

Twin Boro Physical Therapy’s unique one on one approach provides patients with the dedicated care they
need to achieve the best possible outcome. Addressing all parts of the recovery spectrum, the hard
working team at Twin Boro Physical Therapy’s Bridgewater location has the knowledge and experience
required to meet the variety of needs for patients experiencing the wide assortment of conditions and
disorders that can affect the musculoskeletal system.

Our Experienced Clinical Team

The Twin Boro Physical Therapy Team providing care is anchored by the Regional Director, Jason
Eliowitz, DPT, PT, CSCS, and Clinical Director Shannon Welch, DPT, PT.

Jason Eliowitz, DPT, PT, CSCS, graduated from Boston University with a B.S. in Exercise Science.
Jason’s thirst for knowledge led him to Stony Brook University where he received his Doctorate of
Physical Therapy, graduating with honors and the distinction of Valedictorian of his class. With an
intense interest in the treatment of sports related injuries, and a desire to bridge the gap between
rehabilitation and performance, Jason furthered his expertise by becoming a Certified Strength and
Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

Jason joined Twin Boro Physical Therapy in 2012, after working at a physical therapy clinic on Long Island
where he not only gained valuable hands-on experience treating patients, but also acquired key
management skills as the Fitness Director. Since joining Twin Boro, Jason served as Clinical Director of
our Martinsville location, and has since moved on to Regional Director of our Morristown and Edison
facilities. Jason works closely with TEST/Parisi Football Academy and runs the medical integration of
their NFL Combine preparation. In this capacity, Jason has rehabilitated current NFL, MLB, MLS, Olympic
and Division I athletes. He provides this same level of expertise to many Twin Boro patients with a wide
variety of orthopedic and neurological diagnoses.

Shannon Welch, DPT, PT, graduated from Elon University with a B.S. in Biology. Shannon’s passion
led her to The George Washington University, located in Washington D.C. where she received her
Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May of 2011. Shannon’s treatment approach provides a strong
emphasis on manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education, and exercise progression while treating
post-surgical patients, athletes, and acute musculoskeletal injures. Shannon has extensive experience
and training related to the development of pediatric athletic treatment protocols with emphasis an on
the youth overhead athlete. In addition, she has extensively provided injury prevention information
related to the adult endurance athlete, including running assessment, and orthotic fabrication. Shannon
uses strong evidence-based evaluation and treatment techniques, such as the McKenzie Method,
Graston Technique, and Functional Movement Screening to provide the best outcomes for her patients.