Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy Announces Early Expansion

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Only three months after commencing operations in Kentfield, Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy is expanding our clinic to meet the rehabilitation needs of the residents of southern Marin County.

Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy is excited to announce the expansion of its offices at 810 College Avenue in Kentfield.

"Demand is strong and I love being able to help the people of Marin," says Rich Waldron, physical therapist and co-founder of Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, http://www.MarinSport.com. "We are very lucky, during these difficult times, to be able to help people and grow this business at the same time."

After teaming up with San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, http://www.SFPhysicalTherapy.com, earlier in the year, Waldron found a great location in Kentfield. "We had some minor changes made to the facility, brought in the equipment, and opened the doors in September. Over the last few months, it's just been a matter of telling people that we're here."

To market his new venture, Waldron has distributed flyers, talked to local groups on injury prevention and knocked on plenty of doctors' doors to tell them about Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy. "We're also asking all of our patients to tell their friends and families about us. Our patients are our biggest fans and advocates. The response has been great," notes Waldron.

"I love telling people what physical therapy is about," Waldron says. "Simply put, physical therapists are experts in human movement. Physical therapy is not massage nor does it often require a referral from a physician. If someone has a problem preventing them from participating in a movement activity, from trail running to climbing stairs, it's likely we can help."

Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy specializes in physical therapy for orthopedic injuries including injuries to necks, feet and everything in between. Waldron hopes to expand to other locations in Marin County in the coming years.

Rich Waldron has been practicing physical therapy in California for 20 years and has a keen interest in improving quality in physical therapy. In the clinic he enjoys working with patients to speed their recovery from all kinds of orthopedic injuries and surgery. For more information, call Rich at 415.413.4711.

About Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy (http://www.MarinSport.com):
Marin Sport and Spine Physical Therapy is located at 810 College Avenue, Suite 6 in Kentfield and is a joint venture between The Knee Joint, Inc. and San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy.

San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy started in 2001 and has since grown to 7 locations in San Francisco, Marin, Sunnyvale and San Mateo. Our mission is "To advance the physical well-being of humanity".

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