Kent, CT (July 31, 2018) – Access Physical Therapy & Wellness will merge with Kent Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation August 1. Kent Physical Therapy has been serving the Kent area for 18 years and is located at 64 Maple Street. Arlin DeBoer, PT, MSPT will continue as the director of the clinic.
“We’re excited to continue our expansion in Connecticut,” said co-CEO Stephen Albanese. “By continuing to expand in this market, we are able to continue to offer the quality one-on-one care that our company was founded on.”
At each of their 30+ locations, the staff at Access Physical Therapy & Wellness takes pride in putting patients first. They follow a 2 patient per hour model to ensure that all their patients receive optimal outcomes and an amazing patient experience.
DeBoer, the clinic’s director, received his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Iowa and his master’s degree in orthopedic physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. He specializes in the treatment of orthopedic, sports, neurological conditions and geriatrics. DeBoer was also previously an adjunct professor in the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Graduate Program at the University of Pittsburgh.
Access Physical Therapy & Wellness accepts most insurances and offers direct access to care, where patients can seek treatment without a physician referral or prescription. The clinic provides orthopedic and sports injuries, neurological injuries, joint replacements, hand injuries, neck and back injuries, and geriatric conditions.
The Kent clinic is open Monday through Friday.
With clinics in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is the fastest growing physical therapy company based in New York’s Hudson Valley. They have been named to the Best Companies to Work for in New York list for 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017. Access Physical Therapy & Wellness provides a full range of services in physical, occupational and speech therapy.
For more information on Access Physical Therapy & Wellness and the opening of the clinic in Kent, call (860) 927-4559 or visit http://accessptw.com.
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Arlin DeBoer, PT, MSPT
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