UNIONDALE, N.Y. and LONG BEACH, N.Y., Aug. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Professional
This spacious, new state-of-the-art clinic is located at 266 West Park Avenue, in the heart of the popular Long Island beach destination, and offers both physical and hand therapy services. Local residents, as well as vacationers and visitors across the Tri-State area will have convenient access to these services on Long Island's South Shore.
The Long Beach Clinical Director, Louis Wipper, PT DPT, USAW is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, USA Weightlifting Certified Coach, and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Wipper treats a variety of patient populations, and specializes in post-operative treatment of the shoulder, knee, ankle, and spine; postural correction; athletic rehabilitation; gait and balance.
Wipper is a lifelong Nassau County resident, and currently lives in Long Beach, just minutes away from the clinic. He has previously treated patients at the company's Baldwin location, working alongside seasoned clinicians to deliver exceptional patient experiences. The mentorship he received, as well as his regular participation in Professional's Clinical Excellence program, all contributed to his success and professional growth.
"Wipper's endless enthusiasm and passion for healthcare and fitness, along with his dedication to helping others get back to the lifestyles they enjoy, all contributed to his past success, and will serve as the foundation for his future success in Long Beach. I have no doubt that he and his team will continue to make a difference in the lives of their new patient communities," said Tim Mauro, Vice President of Clinical Operations in Long Island and Queens.
Rob Panariello, Co-CEO, Founding Partner and Chief Clinical Officer adds, "Our Clinical Excellence program was designed to provide our clinicians with unique opportunities to continuously learn and grow, ensuring that our patients receive proficiency and consistency in treatment, during every session. Knowing that Wipper has transferred the knowledge and clinical skills gained from this program into hands-on patient care, is music to my ears."
Professional Physical Therapy currently operates 177 rehabilitation clinics throughout the Northeast, with 30 locations on Long Island. For more information, and a list of all of Professional Physical Therapy locations and services, please visit http://www.professionalpt.com.
About Professional Physical Therapy Professional Physical Therapy, headquartered in Uniondale, New York, is a leading provider of physical and hand therapy and rehabilitation services throughout the New York metropolitan area, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
Professional is an award-winning organization, honored as the recipient of the 2016 ADVANCE for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine magazine's annual Practice of the Year award, selected based on clinical expertise and exceptional patient experience. Most recently, Professional has been named among the best workplaces in health care by Fortune Magazine; the only physical therapy company to achieve this honor.
Founded in 1998, Professional Physical Therapy operates 177 outpatient physical and hand therapy centers: 152 are standalone, and 25 are located within other places of business, including Equinox and Blink Fitness Centers. The company's outpatient physical therapy centers provide treatment to patients suffering from musculoskeletal impairments associated with orthopedic and sports injuries and other medical conditions. Professional's Sports Medicine Department serves schools in Westchester, Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and Massachusetts, and provides per diem coverage for more than 2000 events each year. Professional Physical Therapy also operates a 20,000 square foot sports performance training facility in Garden City, NY, as well as a fitness center in Copiague, NY. http://www.professionalpt.com
SOURCE Professional Physical Therapy
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