CORA Health Services Inc, doing business as CORA Physical Therapy, announces the opening of its two newest clinics in West Central Florida.
With headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina, and regional offices in Orlando, CORA Magnolia and CORA Leesburg strengthen the company’s presence in the central Florida area with 13 clinics now serving patient populations in the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford-Ocala Metropolitan Areas.
CORA Magnolia is located in a new section of The Villages called Magnolia Plaza. The clinic marks the sixth location for CORA in The Villages, Fla, giving patients outpatient rehabilitation options for treatment based on their desired location.
Located approximately 15 miles east of Magnolia is CORA Leesburg, set to offer treatment for general orthopedic and sports injuries, post-COVID recovery programs, pre- and post-operative care, vertigo and balance disorders, chronic pain, and workplace injuries and workers’ comp solutions.
Both clinics reflect a new prototype look for CORA, designed to create a warmer, more welcoming, and comfortable environment for patients, a media release from CORA notes.
Jessica Gutschick, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, MTC, a resident of Leesburg, Fla, will manage both locations and brings special interests in pediatrics, sports, amputees, pain management, and tactical athletes. She earned her bachelor’s degree in health sciences from the University of South Florida and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Florida.
“It’s a passion of mine to work with patients who are eager to learn about themselves, their bodies, and how to maximize the longevity of their physical performance,” she says.
Additionally, her work with the tactical athlete population has led her to build a program called Healthy Heroes that will bridge injury prevention, rapid rehabilitation, and work-specific strength and conditioning for first responders and military personnel.
Sally Darlin, CORA Senior Vice President, Operations, said, “We are really pleased to welcome the community to our new clinics in The Villages and Leesburg to ensure a safe and effective treatment environment for everyone. We’re excited to extend our reach in helping the people of Central Florida get back to living a more pain-free life.”
— Sally Darlin, CORA Senior Vice President, Operations
[Source(s): CORA Physical Therapy, Newswire]