Rebound Physical Therapy Pacific Crest Doubles in Size
Rebound announces the expansion of Pacific Crest Physical Therapy. After 11 weeks of construction, Rebound more than doubled the square footage of this office space to serve more patients and expand the service offering.
Rebound worked with R.H. Construction on this project located at 601 SE 117th Ave., Suite 210 in Vancouver. The project increased size from 3500 square feet to a new 7500 square foot state of the art facility. This facility will allow us to continue to provide the same excellence in patient care, with additional therapists, programs, equipment and treatment rooms. This new facility will have a total of eight physical therapists and one athletic trainer.
“The new and improved Pacific Crest is open; it’s pretty spectacular,” said Mike Baer, lead physical therapist at Rebound Pacific Crest. “Our new 7500 square foot facility will allow us to continue to provide the same excellence in patient care, with additional therapists, programs, equipment and treatment rooms.”
Rebound will continue to offer physical therapy and rehabilitation, as well as athletic performance clinics, including throwing and jump programs running analysis, and bike fitting. Additional, the larger capacity allowed space to build a turf area to analyze and treat golfers. Jeff Kraayeveld, Athletic Trainer, recently became a certified through the Titleist Performance Institute to work with golfers. Northwest Personal Training (http://nwpersonaltraining.com/) continue holding “Run Fit 1” and “Run Fit 2” programs at this facility as well.
Rebound is the most complete Orthopedic and Neurosurgery clinic in Portland and southwest Washington with offices at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, Legacy Salmon Creek, East Vancouver, and Portland’s Rose Quarter. Rebound’s physicians are all board certified or board eligible with fellowship training in the areas of orthopedics, neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, sports medicine, and hand surgery.
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