Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN), an owner-operator of more than 200 US-based outpatient physical therapy clinics, announces the grand opening of its first outpatient physical therapy clinic in Escondido, California.
PRN’s latest outpatient physical therapy clinic, which expands the brand’s San Diego County footprint to 14 locations, will welcome patients of all ages for physical and occupational therapy services. The Escondido clinic offers a wide range of pain management, women’s health care, post-surgery rehabilitation and injury prevention services, including sports medicine, ergonomic assessments and spine rehabilitation.
“Our new Escondido clinic reflects PRN’s continuing commitment to increasing access to our quality care solutions to communities throughout this region,” said Ajay Gupta, CEO of PRN. “Patients can expect a superior, results-driven care experience provided by our trusted clinic director Robert Tendick and his team of compassionate and experienced clinicians.”
Robert Tendick, PT, DPT, CSCS, CGFI, will lead the new Escondido clinic and oversee all day-to-day operations as the clinic director. Tendick has worked in outpatient clinical environments treating patients of various age groups, activity levels and complexities with specialized focus in treatment methods of McKenzie, Maitland, and Paris, as well as functional screens such as SFMA.
Tendick holds a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Southern California, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine in San Diego. With a passion for golf, Tendick also specializes in body swing connection and healing injuries commonly seen in rotational sports.
“I am excited for this opportunity to lead the Escondido team and establish our clinic as a recognizable leader in patient care throughout the community,” said Tendick. “Ensuring we meet patient care expectations and getting these individuals back to their best is top priority for our team. We look forward to delivering on this pledge and establishing our group as the provider of choice for the Escondido community.”
[Source(s): Physical Rehabilitation Network, GlobeNewswire]