CoxHealth Ozark Therapy Services welcomes the community to an open house, Thursday, August 13 at 5:30 p.m.
The physical therapy clinic at 1725 S. 15th Street in Ozark opened in April, treating patients for orthopedic needs, sports rehabilitation, dizziness, women’s health issues, and Parkinson’s disease.
“It’s important that patients with sports or orthopedic injuries, dizziness, or Parkinson’s disease to have access to physical therapy services close to home. That’s why we’re excited about our new clinic in Ozark,” says Michael Hobus, MPT, Manager, CoxHealth. “Our open house is a great opportunity for our community to meet our staff and get a better understanding of how we can help them.”
Jenna Kure, DPT, MBA, TPI certified, is the primary physical therapist at this clinic and is LSVT BIG Certified. “This means she is trained in the treatment protocol for individuals with Parkinson ’s disease,” says Hobus.
She is also certified to treat and help prevent injuries of local golfers. “As a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified instructor, she is able to treat golf-specific injuries and to help prevent future injuries through rehabilitation techniques using biomechanical analysis to improve performance and obtain longevity in the sport,” explains Hobus.
During the open house, also meet Crystal Warren, PT. She will offer women’s health services that help address incontinence, pelvic pain, prolapse, and constipation issues.
CoxHealth Ozark Therapy Services welcomes physician referrals and is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.