Physical Therapy Private Equity Restoring mobility so you can resume an active lifestyle. January 23, The CORE Institute, a leading provider of healthcare solutions, care redesign, and service line management for musculoskeletal medical practices, is pleased to announce that it has raised equity financing from Frazier Healthcare Partners and Princeton Ventures.
Love that chiropractor, orthopedic specialists, physical therapy and pain management are all in same location.
My son had hip surgery with Taber and shoulder surgery with Jacobs and all went very well. I went to Brenman for my neck issue and doing much better.
This is the best medical experience we have had. Connor, and more recently by Dr. Sergio Viroslav, and Dr. Christian Woodbury.
Each time the office staff, and the doctor's staff was friendly, made us feel welcomed and made sure we did not leave the office before making sure we had everything we needed.
I love to go to a doctor's office and see the whole staff happy, and in a good mood, "tells me they are truly happy to come to work at a friendly and rewarding employer. Woodbury, and he took quick and excellent care of me, I felt comfortable, and safe at the The Orthopaedic Institute Surgery Center.
We are always eager to recommend our doctors and their facilities to our friends. Dr Connor, whom I saw first, was phenomenal and genuinely cared about me as a patient.
Dr Seidel, and his assistant Janet, are two of the most caring people that I have met in that profession. Honestly, it is impossible to describe how they made me feel as a patient.
It is going to be hard to say good-bye, when that time comes.
Also, the physical therapy staff at the Westover Hills location are amazing. They are all very wonderful people. During every session, we would have fun, talk about many different things, and it felt like I was hanging out with a group of friends that cared about me rather than just being another patient.
They also knew me in the aspect that I would push myself too much, and tell me to slow down… or just simply no. Cheryl would always remind me that I can not do things as she knew that I would try , and would call me out.
If you ever have to go there, read the "never list".
Number 9 is my favorite. I will miss all of them when my time is done.
There is a great deal more that I wish I could say. Thank you again.