Drayer opens new center in Waynesboro

Drayer Physical Therapy Institute LLC opened a new outpatient center Friday in Waynesboro, Franklin County.

The center, located at 648 E. Main St., specializes in orthopedics, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, manual therapy, neurological rehabilitation, pain management, vestibular rehabilitation, sports medicine, balance and gait training and work and industry services. 

Samantha Duesler-Kline of Waynesboro, a physical therapy assistant, is the center manager. She is joined on the staff by physical therapist Matthew Schuh.        

Based in Swatara Township, Drayer operates approximately 160 centers in 15 states, including 32 in Pennsylvania.

Earlier this year, Drayer was acquired by Alabama-based Upstream Rehabilitationone of the largest physical therapy providers in the country.

Representatives from Drayer were not immediately available for comment.

Shelby White
Shelby White covers banking and finance, law and Lancaster County for the Central Penn Business Journal. For tips, email her at swhite@cpbj.com.

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