Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN), headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif, has entered a joint venture partnership with Berube Physical Therapy, a Montana-based outpatient rehabilitative care group that operates three rehabilitation centers in the state.

This partnership represents the organization’s first-ever alliance in the state of Montana. PRN now has 29 clinics in the Pacific Northwest and 130 clinics total in 11 states, according to a media release from Physical Rehabilitation Network.

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Located in the northern Montana cities of Lolo, Kalispell and Columbia Falls, Berube Physical Therapy is a family-owned and operated business that has provided services since 2017.

“We are excited to enter into this new market and expand our national footprint through this partnership. Berube is a stand-out organization that brings years of experience, knowledge and relationships to PRN, and we are eager to build on this relationship as we look to continue providing rural communities access to physical therapy.”

— Ajay Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, PRN

Under this new alliance, Berube clinics will continue to offer physical therapy, functional integrative therapy, work injury rehabilitation, sports medicine and dry needling services for a combined approach to pain resolution and injury recovery. Berube’s physical therapy services include post-operative care, comprehensive spine rehabilitation, sports medicine programs and hands-on manual therapy techniques, the release continues.

“We chose to partner with PRN because of its strong focus on outstanding care.This partnership will help us to drive more value along with strong growth that will provide additional access to physical therapy to the communities in Northern Montana region. With the added resources of PRN, we will continue to enhance our strategic approach and uphold our goals to provide the highest level of care possible and exceptional results for our communities.”

— Justin Berube, Owner of Berube Physical Therapy

[Source: Physical Rehabilitation Network]