–by Sylvania AdVantage Staff
PUBLICATION DATE: Nov 01, 2020
PT Link Physical Therapy has opened its newest clinic at 6469 Monroe St. in downtown Sylvania. “We signed the lease for the nearly 1,000 square feet of space last spring. Thanks to the efforts of Brian Parros of Compass Builders, who renovated the space to suit our needs, we are open for clients by appointment only at this time,” noted Business Development Manager Joe Szafarowicz. “This is ideal. We have been looking for a Sylvania location and this is perfect. We are adjacent to the SOMO district and offer easy access to the Sylvania community. We have convenient parking and excellent visibility on the very busy Monroe Street.”
“Mike Coulter, one of our physical therapists, and a PT Link partner, lives in Sylvania and has been eager to open a clinic here,” Szafarowicz added.
“Treating patients from infants to seniors, the staff at PT Link uses a multi-system approach for much higher success in helping those experiencing pain, and with longer lasting results. The multi-system approach utilizes many techniques to successfully treat the multiple interrelated systems of the body,” Szafarowicz explained.
“Anything that we can do to make the patient feel better and heal quicker, that’s what we love to do. We want them to get back to, or above, where they were,” he said.
“The atmosphere in the clinics is also upbeat and positive, which is important to any recovery. When you think about therapy, it is not just physical therapy, it’s kind of mental too,” he said. “If you are not in the right mode, you’re not going to heal.”
PT Link Physical Therapy staff address a variety of conditions including back, shoulder, foot and ankle pain; arthritis pain; chronic pain; post-surgical rehabilitation; sports or work injuries; neck pain and headaches; balance and gait disorders; fibromyalgia and neurological disorders and more. By implementing a multi-system approach to help with pain or functional limitations individuals are exposed to traditional physical therapy modalities, appropriate exercise and education as well as dry needling, cupping and much more.
“We have grown very strategically. Each of our locations has a niche of its own but also has been selected with patient convenience in mind,” Szafarowicz reported.
“We are locally owned and operated by physical therapists that live in the communities we serve, and since we are independent, and we rely on our reputation in the community. We work harder than anyone to go the extra mile for our clients.” Szafarowicz noted.
PT Link Physical Therapy clinics are located in Toledo, Perrysburg, Maumee, Swanton, Oak Harbor and opening soon in Waterville and Bowling Green, Ohio. In addition, the company also partnered with Midwest Detox and the Ohio Treatment Center with micro clinics in those facilities to help their clients live a pain-free life.