Pam Sbarra

Pam Sbarra

Physical Therapist

  • BS in Exercise Science, The University of Scranton
  • DPT, The University of Scranton
Pam Sbarra



“'Care from the core' drives me to provide holistic care that makes a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of those I have the privilege to serve as a physical therapist.”

Pam Sbarra, PT, DPT, is a physical therapist based in Greenwich.

Pam deeply cares about her community, and has experience working as a soccer coach teaching young players as well as players with special needs basic skills in the sport. She also volunteered in a pro-bono clinic to provided physical therapy services to individuals in the community who are uninsured or under insured, as well as with Individual Abilities in Motion, an organization that is designed to allow individuals who have either sustained or live with a mobility impairment to participate in adaptive sports.

Watching her grandmother navigate life with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has shaped her career path towards becoming a physical therapist. Witnessing her challenges and triumphs firsthand sparked a deep empathy within Pam and fueled a passion to help others regain their strength and independence.

Forming meaningful connections with her clients is cornerstone of Pam's approach to improving their care. Building these connections allows me to motivate and support my clients throughout their rehabilitation journey, fostering a collaborative and empowering environment where clients feel heard and valued. This approach not only improves adherence to therapy but also cultivates a sense of partnership that is essential for achieving lasting health outcomes.

Outside of work, Pam stays active by going to the gym, running, and kayak with my dog. She also enjoys reading about and watching women’s sports.


The Effect of Home-Based Physical Activity on Cardiorespiratory Capacity in Children with Congenital Heart Defects: A Systematic Review

Core Value

Care From The Core

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