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Pivot Physical Therapy continues to provide service to its clients

As essential health care providers, Pivot Physical Therapy announced Monday that in addition to remaining open during the COVID-19 pandemic, the company is now providing new options to meet the changing needs of patients to receive therapy services at this time.

Karen Kovacs

Nearly all of its 260 clinics are remaining open and are taking every precaution to meet current CDC guidelines. Additionally, Pivot has begun providing services via tele-health as well as in-home physical therapy.

“Physical therapy has a critical role in health care now more than ever,” said Chris Throckmorton, CEO/Pivot Health Solutions. “We are able to treat patients who have pain or movement-related issues, and prevent them from overwhelming hospitals and doctors’ offices.”

Pivot Physical Therapy has locations at Gloucester Court House (6970 Fox Hunt Lane) and Hayes (7190 Chapman Drive).

In this time of social distancing, and particularly for people in states that have stay-at-home orders, h...

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