Sarasota, FL – August 2nd, 2021: The grand opening of Pain & Balance Physical Therapy’s second location in Sarasota, FL at 2529 S. Tamiami Trail is now official. The office is currently accepting new patients who will be treated under the guidance of Justin Kotlarczyk, MSPT, CSCS and Matthew Bjoro, PTA.

Owned by Dr. Fabian Ramos of the Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine, Pain & Balance Physical Therapy was launched in 2014 at the Bradenton office with Kotlarczyk. Dr. Ramos and Kotlarczyk had been aiming for further expansion of Pain & Balance Physical Therapy, and they are excited that the day has finally come.

According to Kotlarczyk, “Physical Therapy is an integral part of most treatment plans for patients who suffer from chronic pain, so it only makes sense for the growth of Pain & Balance Physical Therapy to parallel the growth of the Ramos Center.”

Justin Kotlarczyk received his bachelor’s degree in Health Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from the State University of New York at Brockport. He went on to earn his master’s degree in Physical Therapy at Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. He has also obtained various certifications in Gait and Vestibular Rehabilitation, PWR! Moves for Parkinson’s, Myofascial Release, and Strength & Conditioning.

For those who are interested in learning more about Pain & Balance Physical Therapy or would like to schedule an appointment, please visit the website at or call 941-708-9555 ext. 106.

About Pain & Balance Physical Therapy: Pain & Balance Physical Therapy opened its doors in Bradenton in 2014 to provide effective therapy methods to help motivate and direct each patient to achieve “realistic” therapy goals with long-lasting results. The interventions and existing services offered by the Ramos Center for Interventional & Functional Pain Medicine complement the services provided by Pain & Balance Physical Therapy.

For more information on the Ramos Center, please contact Jessica McCarthy or visit the website at

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