STAC Physical Therapy Partners with Personally Fit, Inc.

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STAC enters San Diego market with acquisition of Personally Fit, Inc.

STAC Management, LLC. (“STAC” or the “Company”), a leading physical therapy provider and practice management organization, today announced further expansion in California with the acquisition of Personally Fit, Inc. (“PFI”). The acquisition marks STAC’s first entry into the San Diego market.

Led by the husband-and-wife team of Jim and Doris Flood, PFI provides a combination of traditional and highly specialized physical therapy services for orthopedic problems, work-related injuries, sports injuries, and various neuromuscular and neurological conditions. Their highly respected team collectively brings more than 100 years of providing quality physical therapy care to the San Diego community.

“We are excited to continue growing our presence in California and to support the San Diego community through this partnership,” said Andra Colman, President, STAC. “Jim and Doris have done an incredible job of establishing the practice as the preferred care hub in their community and we are excited to build on their success.

“We are thrilled to become part of a well-respected, larger network that will bring enhanced resources to our patients and staff,” commented Jim Flood. “We look forward to partnering with STAC.”

About STAC Management, LLC: Founded in 2018, STAC is a leading outpatient physical therapy provider. The Company offers a range of rehabilitative, preventative, and occupational services.

About Personally Fit, Inc: Since 2001, PFI has provided outpatient physical therapy care to the San Diego community. Their 6,000 square foot facility includes eight private treatment rooms, an open exercise area utilized by both physical therapy and fitness members, rehabilitation-oriented fitness classes and state of the art equipment. To learn more about PFI, please visit their website at

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