About Us

Who We Are

At Mettle PT we believe that success is achieved through high patient satisfaction. Our goal is to provide patients with a custom tailored approach, designed independently for each individual patient. We also strongly believe in maintaining a high standing in the community through our effective, holistic approach to treatment. We at Mettle PT promise you that patient care is our number one priority. Not only do we strive to resolve your condition, but we place an emphasis on prevention and maintenance.

Meet the Physical Therapist

Dr. Anika Paul is the founder/owner of Mettle Physical Therapy, located in Basking Ridge, NJ. Dr. Paul believes that one-on-one patient care, using an evidence based approach, is vital in returning patients to their desired function. Also what is equally important but is usually overlooked by other clinicians in the industry, is to establish a maintenance and prevention protocol to avoid reoccurrence of the injury in the future.

Note from Dr. Anika Paul

Since the completion of my Physical Therapy degree, I’ve always looked forward to coming to work each day and meeting different people from all walks of life. I take a great sense of pride in my work and strive to provide the best quality of care to each of my patients. I truly enjoy the interaction aspect of my profession, I love discussing my patients goals and motivating them to better their function. I enjoy having a beautiful relation with my patients and I believe that it’s absolutely crucial to establish a solid rapport with each patient. Being a physical therapist allows me to work with amazing people and creates a constantly changing environment that is full of challenges. This is why I feel being a physical therapist is not just a job for me, but also an adventure!

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