CORA Health Services Inc., doing business as CORA Physical Therapy (“CORA”), a top-10 national operator of outpatient physical therapy services, announced today the grand-opening celebration of its clinic in Cleveland.
The festivities begin at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the new clinic, located in the Target Shopping Center at 4442 Frontage Road N.W., Unit 1, in N.W. Cleveland.
There will be plenty of food, drinks, door prizes and fun at the celebration, including tours of the clinic and demos of various treatments such as IASTM and dry needling.
The Cleveland/ Bradley Chamber will be on hand for the ribbon cutting, and other area businesses are joining in the festivities, with food by Taziki’s and Orange Theory providing fitness information.
John Staley, CORA vice president of operations for Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia, said “We are so excited about this expansion into Cleveland that enables us to bring CORA to more people in the community. We’re looking forward to celebrating our new clinic with the people of Cleveland, who have welcomed us with open arms.”
Clinic Manager Brandon Burns, a Cleveland native and an alumnus of Cleveland High School, is excited to bring CORA to his hometown.
He received his bachelor’s of science in kinesiology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and is doctorate of physical therapy from Tennessee State University. Burns specializes in sports medicine, orthopedics, fall prevention, dry needling, manual therapy, and Kinesio taping.
CORA Cleveland is the 15th CORA physical therapy clinic in Tennessee, offering treatment for general orthopedic and sports injuries, pre-and post-operative care, vertigo and balance disorders, and sports medicine evaluation and treatment, including dry needling and IASTM treatment.
CORA Physical Therapy accepts patients through direct access — no referral required — for people calling or walking into the clinic seeking physical therapy services, as well as through physician referrals.
As one of the leading outpatient physical therapy providers in the country, CORA accepts 4,000-plus insurance plans and offers payment options for patients without insurance.
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