Access Physical Therapy & Wellness Monroe clinic celebrates tenth anniversary


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— Access Physical Therapy & Wellness will mark the 10th anniversary since the opening of its Monroe location on Wednesday, Jan. 9, with a ribbon cutting celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. at its clinic located at 505 Route 208 Suite 30.

The event is open to all previous and current Access Physical Therapy & Wellness patients and will include food, drinks, cake and a raffle.

“Ten years flies by when you’re doing what you love,” Jess O’Shea, Monroe director/owner, said in the press release announcing the celebration. “I’m proud of my team and our accomplishments so far, and I’m looking forward to what we will accomplish in the future.”

To attend, RSVP by January 4th by email at Monroe@accessptw.com or by phone at (845) 782-3200.

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness has a unique culture, where the patients and their rehabilitation are the primary concern. The therapists are highly trained with many special certifications, and they are encouraged to continue learning. They look for partners who are passionate, involved in their communities and have solid relationships with physicians.

“Jess O’Shea and her team are an outstanding example of that, and the longevity of the Monroe location is proof,” said Ashley Kurtz, Director of Operations & Small Business Development.

For more information on Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, call (919) 261-6179 or visit http://accessptw.com.




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