Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN) announces the grand opening of Highline Physical Therapy – Spokane Valley, a physical therapy clinic in Spokane Valley, Wash, operating under PRN’s Highline Physical Therapy brand. 

Highline Physical Therapy’s latest outpatient physical therapy clinic, which elevates the brand’s Washington presence to seven clinics, offers a wide range of pain management, post-surgery rehabilitation and injury prevention services, including sports medicine, ergonomic assessments, and spine rehabilitation.

“As we continue to grow and expand in Washington, we are excited to add the Highline-Spokane Valley clinic to our growing list of locations in the state. The Spokane Valley clinic will provide convenient, affordable and individualistic care for all those in the local community.”

— Ajay Gupta, CEO of PRN

Nick Carter, PT, DPT, COMT, will lead the Spokane Valley clinic and oversee all day-to-day operations as the clinic director. Carter is a graduate of Eastern Washington University, where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017. He then passed a yearlong certification test to obtain his COMT (Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist), as well as an endorsement for Spinal Manipulation Therapy. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and family hiking, boating and camping.

“I am thankful for this opportunity to lead the new Highline Physical Therapy clinic in Spokane Valley as the clinic director,” Carter says. “I am passionate about patient care and helping patients return to their normal lives after surgery or injury. Working with patients to meet them where they’re at and find a way to fit recovery into their busy schedules is my forte. I look forward to bringing my perspective and experience to this growing brand.”

Highline Physical Therapy accepts most insurance plans and will work with patients to help them better understand the benefits of physical therapy and what will be covered by their insurance.

[Source(s): Physical Rehabilitation Network, GlobeNewswire]