Triangle Physical Therapy Practice Opens Apex Location

Triangle Physical Therapy Practice Opens Apex Location

New Location for Back in Action Physical Therapy Features 2,400 ft2 Space, Cutting Edge Amenities

APEX, NC (June 25,2019) — After almost 20 years providing physical therapy services to the Triangle, Back in Action Physical Therapy is opening a brand new clinic in Apex.

The 2,400 ft2 facility is defined by an open, bright functional treatment area with state-of-the-art equipment and an industrial feel. The new facility is headed by David Mills, PT, MPT.

Unique to this location is a private pelvic health suite, a first for the practice. It complements a suite of other private treatment rooms.

The new Apex location represents the culmination of steady growth for the practice. Originally opened in Fuquay-Varina in 2001, a quadrupling of patients necessitated a new Holly Springs location in 2015.

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“Our new Apex facility is an exciting step forward for our practice,” said Kristal Nelson PT, DPT, SCS, founder of Back in Action Physical Therapy. “The new space and equipment not only offer us the ability to serve new patients, but to offer new services – something we’re all very excited about.”

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About Back in Action Physical Therapy

Back in Action is a physical therapy practice founded in Fuquay-Varina in 2001, with additional locations in Holly Springs and Apex. As one of the only clinics in the Triangle to see one patient per hour without the use of aides, BIA’s physical therapy is built around highly individualized care. Their team of nine therapists provides physical therapy for professional, amateur, and hobbyist athletes, post-surgical patients, and those with chronic pain or other injuries

For more information on Back in Action, visit http://biaphysicaltherapy.com/.

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