CORA Health Services Inc, doing business as CORA Physical Therapy, a national operator of outpatient physical therapy services, announces it has broadened its coverage in Wisconsin with the acquisition of Greenfield Physical Therapy (Greenfield PT) and in South Carolina with the purchase of Lava Physical Therapy (Lava PT).

Greenfield PT was founded in 2014 by Amy Greenfield, PT, MPT in Spooner, in northwest Wisconsin. Greenfield opened an additional clinic in Haywood, WI last year. The group offers a wide variety of services, including general physical therapy and specialties in back and neck pain, workplace injuries, headaches, concussion and TMJ/facial pain. Greenfield is staying on as CORA Senior Clinic Manager for the two clinics.

Lava PT, located in Hilton Head, SC, was founded in 2005. The two clinics on the north and south ends of the island join CORA’s newly opened Hilton Head clinic mid-island. Lava PT treats general orthopedic conditions, post-surgical care and sports and workers’ compensation injuries.

Dennis Smith, CEO and President of CORA Physical Therapy, says, “We are excited to welcome these clinics to the CORA fold and expand our presence in the Southeastern and Midwestern United States. These partnerships provide the resources needed for further development in the areas they serve as we deliver personalized care with respect and consideration for patients’ needs. We look forward to continuing our expansion for the rest of this year and beyond.”

CORA is a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, a leading global alternative investment firm. Terms of these transactions were not disclosed.

[Source(s): CORA Health Services Inc, PR Newswire]

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