Thursday, August 22, 2013
Progressive Physical Therapy is pleased to announce the grand opening of its relocated Mount Pleasant physical therapy facility. The spacious new center is located at 617 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard, just a few blocks up the road from their old location.
According to Progressive Physical Therapy (PPT) regional director and therapist Michael Goldberg, the move was made so that PPT could continue to provide the best therapeutic care possible and meet the growing needs of their patients in the Mount Pleasant area.
“We are grateful for the success that we have had over the past seven years in this area and are really excited about our new office space. The newly renovated facility will help us better serve our patients with newer and more amenities in a much larger and state of the art space.”
President of Progressive Physical Therapy, Dr. Barry Fitch, adds that Progressive Physical Therapy is continually looking for ways to improve the quality of its service and that this new location will allow them to do so.
“We believe that this new center will provide a more comfortable environment for our patients. Over the coming years, it is a place that we will be able to grow and embrace innovation.”
Though the location has changed, the medical staff will remain the same and continue to provide the following services:
• Pain Relief
• Foot and Ankle Therapy
• Manual Therapy
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Functional Restoration
• Specialized Evaluations
• Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
• Individualized Goals
• Post Surgical Rehabilitation
The new Progressive Physical Therapy facility is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please visit their website, www.pptaccess.com.
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