Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Vimeo RSS

Drayer opens Perry County location

By ,
The interior of Drayer Physical Therapy's new Penn Township, Perry County location
The interior of Drayer Physical Therapy's new Penn Township, Perry County location - (Photo / )

Drayer Physical Therapy has opened a new outpatient center in Penn Township.

Kyle Baiocchi, center manager for Drayer's Hampden Township and Penn Township clinics
Kyle Baiocchi, center manager for Drayer's Hampden Township and Penn Township clinics - ()

The office, which opened last week at 1609 State Rd., marks Drayer's first foray into Perry County, according to the company's website.

Kyle Baiocchi, manager of Drayer's Hampden Township clinic, will manage this new center. Mandi Albright will join him as a staff physical therapist, treating the bulk of patients as business picks up. 

The center specializes in manual therapy, orthopedics, pre- and post-operative rehabilitation, sports medicine, work and industry services, and injury prevention. The clinic also offers rehabilitation for vestibular disorders, which can be related to inner ear damage or dysfunction, accidents involving the neck, age-related changes or brain disorders. 

The Penn Township location also serves athletes from Susquenita High School, which is located just down the road and had an existing contract with Drayer to provide athletic training. Prior to the opening of the new location, Susquenita athletes had to travel to Drayer's Enola clinic for physical therapy, Baiocchi said.

Drayer has been pushing to open clinics closer to clients in smaller communities like the Duncannon area, Baiocchi said. The move is both the results of its January merger with Alabama-based physical therapy giant Upstream Rehabilitation, as well as an observed need for greater accessibility.

"The company is trying to get [itself] into different communities that aren't really serviced right now," Baiocchi said. "We want to ingrain ourselves in the community ... and develop those relationships."

The Penn Township location will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and by appointment on Saturdays.

Swatara Township-based Drayer operates 160 centers in 15 states, including 34 in Pennsylvania, according to its website. In May, Drayer opened an outpatient center in Waynesboro, Franklin County.

Also Popular on CPBJ

Becca Oken-Tatum

Becca Oken-Tatum

Becca Oken-Tatum is the web editor for the Central Penn Business Journal. She also coordinates and writes for CPBJ's monthly Young Professionals e-newsletter. Email her questions, comments and tips at btatum@cpbj.com. Follow her on Twitter at @becca0t.

Leave a Comment

test

Please note: All comments will be reviewed and may take up to 24 hours to appear on the site.

Post Comment
View Comment Policy

Comments

Vishakha Singh July 31, 2018 1:03 am

Thanks for your great effort and i was waiting for this post here.You did such a well known job and i am happy to have this post here.
Delhi Escorts

Jordan July 16, 2018 11:55 pm

I feel it interesting, your post gave me a new perspective! I have read many other articles about the same topic, but your article convinced me! I hope you continue to have high quality articles like this to share with veryone run 3

close