In its largest acquisition to date, Woodbridge-based Jag-One Physical Therapy – the Tri-State Area’s leading provider of outpatient orthopedic physical and occupational therapy services – on Oct. 11 announced its expansion to seven additional Pennsylvania facilities.
Under the leadership of Bill Gregory, Bucks Physical Therapy joins the Jag-One Physical Therapy banner, adding locations in Bensalem, Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Somerton, and Warminster, Pennsylvania.
“The Bucks Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab Team has found a partner who shares in our patient care-first values,”said Gregory, owner and founder of Bucks Physical Therapy. “We have strived to provide the best physical therapy services in Bucks County. With the ever-changing health care environment, partnering with the Jag-One Physical Therapy team will allow us to continue our commitment to the patient care-first culture our community has come to know and respect for over the past 20 years. We are still the same family and faces, just growing and always looking to improve our services to the community!”
Bucks PT has specialized in research-based physical therapy, work conditioning and hardening, functional capacity evaluations, sports medicine and performance, and aquatic therapy since 2000. As a result of its commitment to quality care and to fostering strong community ties and relationships, Bucks Physical Therapy has flourished as a staple of the local community.
“I am very excited to welcome Bucks Physical Therapy to the Jag-One Physical Therapy family,” said John Gallucci Jr., Jag-One Physical Therapy chief executive officer. “Under Bill’s leadership, Bucks PT has established a culture of customer service and clinical excellence that is second to none. We welcome Bill and his entire team to the Jag-One family and are excited to expand our resources to best serve the community of Bucks County, Pennsylvania.”
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