Our patients are our neighbors, and we aim to provide best-in-class care through streamlining clinic capabilities, keeping our PTs at the forefront of our field through educational opportunities, and always exceeding expectations.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (PRWEB)
December 23, 2020
Confluent Health is proud to announce their newest partnership with Xcel Sports Medicine, a privately owned physical therapy practice with 3 clinic locations across greater Dayton, Ohio.
“At Xcel Sports Medicine our team is dedicated to our patients and delivering personalized care,” says Owner and Physical Therapist, Greg Mackenzie, PT. “Our patients are our neighbors, and we aim to provide best-in-class care through streamlining clinic capabilities, keeping our PTs at the forefront of our field through educational opportunities, and always exceeding expectations. Maintaining the highest standard of care was important when forging this partnership with Confluent Health, and we are excited to join the family.”
This partnership allows Xcel to maintain its existing brand while gaining access to Confluent Health’s shared management services. These services include accounting and finance, marketing and branding, and talent acquisition for further expansion. Through Confluent Health, Xcel therapists will also have greater access to continuing education programs and staff development opportunities such as Evidence In Motion, a nationally recognized physical therapy program.
“Greg has practiced physical therapy in over 15 countries, beginning in his small South African hometown and spanning into New Zealand, Japan and Dubai just to name a few,” says Confluent Health President and CEO Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, MAPP. “His travels in combination with his expertise in orthopedic, manual and sports physical therapy brings a breath of fresh air to both the PT community and Confluent Health family. We’re thrilled to bring his team’s global approach to patient care to the Confluent family.”
Combining Xcel’s hands-on approach to patient-care with Confluent Health’s shared services footprint will make for a strong partnership and positive impact in the Dayton, Ohio community. For more information on Xcel Physical Therapy, please visit http://www.XcelSportsMedicine.com. To learn more about Confluent Health, visit http://www.GoConfluent.com.
About Confluent Health:
Confluent Health is a Louisville, Kentucky-based private holding company focused on creating a healthcare system that recognizes physical and occupational therapy providers as the Best First Choice for preventing and managing musculoskeletal and movement disorders. Confluent Health offers the following management services: evidence-based practice, patient loyalty, regulatory assurance, marketing and branding, clinic operations, hiring and retention, strategy, accounting and finance, and customer service to Advanced and Preferred Physical Therapy, Baton Rouge Physical Therapy-Lake, BreakThrough Physical Therapy, Colorado in Motion, Capitol Physical Therapy, Confluent Physical Therapy, El Paso Physical Therapy Specialists, HPRC, Mountain River Physical Therapy, OSPT, PTPN, the Evidence In Motion family of companies, Fit For Work, Lake Center for Rehab, Rehab Therapy Works, Physical Therapy Central, ProActive Physical Therapy Specialists, Pappas | OPT Physical Therapy, ProRehab Physical Therapy, Redbud Physical Therapy, RET Physical Therapy Group, SporTherapy, Texas Physical Therapy Specialists, TOSPT and Western Berks Physical Therapy and Wellness Center. Together, these companies share a common ownership team and are committed to developing a learning, purpose, and coaching culture.
About Xcel Physical Therapy:
Xcel Sports Medicine is a privately owned and operated, physical therapy practice dedicated to the treatment of athletic and orthopedic injuries. Xcel’s primary aim is to assist with tissue repair and therapeutic activities that accompany it. Xcel has three clinics in the Greater Dayton, Ohio and northern Miami valley area, in Vandalia, Anna and Beavercreek. Xcel’s goal is to restore all patients to their optimal state in the shortest time possible as well as to prevent a recurrence of the issue(s) that brought the patient to them in the first place.
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