Oct. 17, 2012
-- Brewer Physical Therapy and Spine Clinic, located at 51 Main Road, Holden, ME, announces the introduction of massage therapy and monthly informational clinics to their existing services.
"We are happy to welcome Brenda McLeary to our business," says Anne Knowles, owner of Brewer Physical Therapy. "I recently purchased the building where we have been operating since 2007, and felt that it was a good time for us to expand our services. As a licensed Massage Therapist," Knowles adds, "Brenda's skills add a new dimension to our current business. She offers a full range of services that will greatly compliment the specialized physical treatments we provide."
Brewer Physical Therapy and Spine Clinic helps patients manage or resolve physical challenges, from muscle pain to vertigo and balance issues. Brenda McLeary's therapies, which include Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, and pregnancy massage, will give clinic visitors access to a wider range of convenient, flexible, and personal remedies.
In conjunction with new therapy options, Brewer Physical Therapy now also offers monthly clinics on a variety of health topics. The clinics include educational information and exercises designed to help patients take an active role in their health care. Clinics are directed by Anne Knowles, the only Physical Therapist in the Bangor area certified by the McKenzie Institute in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment. More information on the clinics, including dates and times, can be found online at brewerphysicaltherapy.com.
About Brewer Physical Therapy and Spine Clinic:
Brewer Physical Therapy and Spine Clinic is the only facility in the greater Bangor area specializing in the McKenzie Method® for back and neck pain, also known as Mechanical Diagnosis Therapy (MDT) - a system of patient care that encompasses assessment, treatment, and prevention of injuries. Anne Knowles is a highly qualified licensed physical therapist with over 30 years of experience in orthopedic injuries, as well as stroke, brain, and other neurological diseases.