Chesapeake, Va. (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Great Bridge clinic relocated to a larger space in the same Chesapeake, Va. professional office complex to accommodate additional patients and enhanced clinical programs.
The clinic is located at 135 W. Hanbury Road, Suite B.
“Because of your support and trust in our services, we’ve outgrown our space,” said Molly Fostek, PT, MSPT, Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Great Bridge Clinical Director and Director of Work Performance Services for the practice’s South Hampton Roads locations.
Tidewater Physical Therapy features nine clinics throughout Southeast Virginia, with plans to open a tenth off of First Colonial Road in Virginia Beach – at 1745 Camelot Drive, Suite 100, in September 2013. The clinic will serve outpatient physical therapy patients of a variety of diagnoses and include a state of the art therapy pool.
“We are happy to remain within the Hanbury Office Park, but have relocated to Suite B for some extra elbow room,” Fostek said. “We will continue to offer specialized services that improve your strength, mobility and function, reduce pain and get you back to the activities that are important to you.”
The specialized services offered at the Great Bridge physical therapy clinic include pre and post surgical rehabilitation, spine and SI joint dysfunction, manual therapy, TMJ disorder therapy for jaw and facial pain, work injury rehabilitation, working conditioning and hardening, functional capacity testing, sports injury rehabilitation, women’s health including pelvic floor dysfunction, pediatric orthopedic therapy, balance and fall prevention and orthopedic and joint rehabilitation.
“The expansion of the Great Bridge clinic is in direct correlation to Molly and her team,” said Paula Lumsden, Communications Coordinator for Tidewater Physical Therapy. “The superb care they provide their patients has not only made Great Bridge the physical therapy clinic of choice for referrals from many of the local physicians, but also for patients seeking solutions to their health concerns.”
Fostek leads a clinical team of two physical therapists – Sandy Trevillian, PT and Gita Dhir, PT, MPT – and a physical therapist assistant – Staci Fredrick, PTA.
“We pride ourselves in having the highest caliber clinicians with a dedication to manual therapy and hands on care,” said Brian Beaulieu, PT, MPT, Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Regional Director of the South Hampton Roads operations.
The Tidewater Physical Therapy Great Bridge clinic in Chesapeake is taking new patients. Call 757.819.6512 to request an appointment or visit http://www.tpti.com and submit first appointment paperwork through the practice’s online patient portal.
ABOUT TIDEWATER PHYSICAL THERAPY:
Founded in 1986, Tidewater Physical Therapy is an independent, outpatient physical therapy practice with more than 30 clinics in southeast and central Virginia and two Performance Centers, located in Newport News and Gloucester.
Tidewater Physical Therapy’s South Hampton Roads clinics feature arthritis management, functional capacity evaluations, impairment rating work ups, lymphedema therapy, manual therapy, neurological rehabilitation, pediatric orthopedic rehabilitation, sports injury and performance programs, TMJ disorder therapy, vestibular and fall prevention programs, women’s health (including pelvic floor pain), work injury rehabilitation, and work conditioning and hardening.
For more information about Tidewater Physical Therapy, visit http://www.tpti.com.