ProRehab Louisville, a Kentucky-based private physical therapy company, has announced in a recent news release that it is partnering with locally owned Apex Physical Therapy. According to the release, the merger allows ProRehab Louisville, which recently announced its own partnership with Physical Therapy (PT) Plus, to provide quality physical therapy services to residents from a total of eight locations across Louisville. The partnership is slated to close in 30 days.
Patrick Meyers, PT, DPT, PCS, MS, COMT, Apex Physical Therapy CEO, and managing partners Nicholas Austin, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, and Brad Conder, PT, DPT, OCS, will remain integrally involved, as will staff members at each location, the release states. Their four locations, located in Middletown, Hillview, LaGrange, and on River Road, will move to a combined brand with ProRehab Louisville.
Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, ProRehab Principal, states in the release that there is a long-standing history and collaboration between the four professionals.
“For over 10 years now, Apex has been providing quality specialty physical therapy care to Louisville. This merger gives us the opportunity to bring three of Louisville’s private practice industry leaders together, elevating clinical, customer service, and care excellence to unprecedented levels in Louisville…,” Benz says.
David Boycle, PT, EdD, OCS, ECS, PT Plus owner, explains that he has always respected Meyers’ work, “and and I know that he will add tremendous value to our group. His leadership and advocacy for the profession has been invaluable and I look forward to working with a professional of his caliber, I look forward to this partnership.”
The release reports that the merger between ProRehab Louisville and Apex Physical Therapy will emphasize the advantages of local ownership and the benefits it brings to the healthcare environment.
Meyers notes in the release that the merger was “a natural move given our shared history with Larry. Partnering with ProRehab Louisville and PT Plus allows us the opportunity to greatly expand the reach of high quality care in Louisville. I look forward to seeing how the merger benefits our patients and our city.”
Services include manual physical therapy, pain management, orthopaedic physical therapy, sports physical therapy, Titlest Performance Institue golf instruction, and industrial medicine.
[Source: ProRehab Louisville]