Peak Physical Therapy Grand Opening

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Peak Physical Therapy hosted a Grand Opening on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The event took place from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., beginning with a ribbon cutting by the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce with an open house following.

Merlin Johnson, PT, and his wife Pam Johnson, PT, recently opened Peak Physical Therapy to provide high quality physical therapy for any needs, such as sports medicine and performance, pre- and post-surgical, arthritis, sciatica, vertigo, restoring independence, balance and mobility.

Johnson began his career as a physical therapist in 1990. “I am passionate about helping my patients improve their quality of life,” said Johnson. “I want to help people get back to doing what they love to do. Pain should not hold people back from the activities they enjoy. We help patients find the real cause of their pain or discomfort and then help provide a long-term solution.”

The Grand Opening event drew a crowd of guests, including chamber members, past and current patients, friends and family, as well as local residents. Refreshments, cookies and coffee were served and door prizes were given away. Peak Physical Therapy is located at 2503 SE Washington Blvd., between Buttercup Market and Jude’s Health and Java. For more information about Peak Physical Therapy, please call 918-876-3898 or stop by.

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