ATI Physical Therapy announced its entrance into the Atlanta market with three new clinics in Braselton, Milton and Suwanee.
The openings, which bring ATI’s clinic count to over 900 across the nation, aim to increase access to physical therapy in underserved communities throughout the Atlanta area. ATI plans to continue to open clinics throughout the Atlanta metro over the next 5 years to increase its service offerings to the population. At least seven additional clinics are planned for the area by year’s end, ATI Physical Therapy reports in a news release.
“The sprawl of Atlanta’s suburban market and its challenging traffic patterns create an environment where easy access to physical therapy can be difficult. As such, convenience is a driver for Atlanta-area consumers. ATI is bringing clinical best practices to these communities that don’t currently have optimal access to physical therapy.
“By establishing clinics in best-in-market retail centers, we offer residents access to physical therapy that can easily coincide with their daily routines, allowing them consistent care for maintaining or regaining physical health.”
— Nate Bard, Chief Growth Officer at ATI
“These openings reflect the need for convenient, patient-centered care to help patients live healthy, active lives. I’m thrilled to bring ATI’s leading best practices, exceptional results and outstanding customer service to the people of Atlanta.”
— Chris Maschhoff, PT, DPT, ATI’s District Director of Georgia
[Source(s): ATI Physical Therapy, PR Newswire]