Long Pond Physical Therapy has opened a third facility in the Redbrook community in South Plymouth, Long Pond owners Brian Faghan and Andrew Burke announced. The other locations are in Plymouth and Pembroke.
Redbrook is being developed by A.D. Makepeace. The newly constructed building is located on the west side of the Redbrook village green.
“We are looking forward to working with Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital and the community to continue to bring exceptional quality rehabilitative care to the people of South Plymouth, the South Coast & Upper Cape,” Burke said.
“This looked like a great opportunity for us to grow,” added co-owner Faghan about their decision to place an outpatient sports orthopedic therapy clinic within the expanding Redbrook community. “We have been in the area for more than 16 years now and wanted to broaden our footprint.”
Heading up the Redbrook location will be Kara McKeown, advanced clinician, who has 18 years of experience with a large variety of diagnoses in orthopedic, acute in-patient rehab and home care settings.
Long Pond Physical Therapy of Plymouth and Pembroke has been helping the residents of the South Shore and the surrounding communities reduce pain and improve and restore mobility through physical therapy. Long Pond Physical Therapy’s services include stretching, strengthening, joint mobilization/manipulation, gait training and analysis, balance training, taping, neuromuscular reeducation, ultrasound, electrical stimulation and so much more. The company works closely with an extensive network of physicians and healthcare practitioners from Cape Cod and the South Shore to Boston. They also accept all major insurances including health insurance, workers compensation, and auto insurance as well as self-pay options.
For more information, visit www.longpondpt.com