Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN), headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif, announces its acquisition of Peloton Physical Therapy, an outpatient rehabilitation clinic in South Dakota.

The addition of the Peloton clinic marks PRN’s first physical therapy location in South Dakota and extends its national clinic count to 136.

Peloton Physical Therapy was founded in 2012 by Matt and Tracie Dvorak and offers a range of physical and occupational therapies, including post-operative rehabilitation, manual therapy, Parkinson’s rehabilitation and total joint replacement rehab. The clinic also offers a variety of wellness opportunities to the Yankton community, including bicycle classes and boxing for Parkinson’s, according to a media release from PRN.

“This acquisition is a positive step forward in PRN’s growth development, and we are excited to bring our style of quality, physical therapy care to the state South Dakota.”

— Ajay Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, PRN

The addition of Peloton Physical Therapy into the PRN family is a tremendous opportunity for PRN, as it expands patient support services and treatment programs to yet another US state and elevates the PRN brand holistically, the release continues.

“We look forward to continuing to grow the PRN footprint in South Dakota and are excited to spearhead our efforts with Peloton Physical Therapy.

“Founders Matt and Tracie have displayed their commitment to patient rehabilitation and wellness, and we are eager to share PRN’s vast resources with them through this partnership.”

— Rob Pace, Chief Operating Officer, PRN

[Physical Rehabilitation Network, PR Newswire]

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