San Diego Aquatic Physical Therapy Center Anniversary Event Announced

Leading aquatic and physical therapy clinic North County Water and Sports Therapy Center of San Diego announced that it will be celebrating its twentieth anniversary with a workshop and open party on Friday, October 27, at 15373 Innovation Drive, Suite 175, San Diego.

San Diego, United States - October 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

North County Water and Sports Therapy Center of San Diego announced it is planning a community event to mark their twenty year anniversary. The event will be held on Friday, October 27, at 15373 Innovation Drive, Suite 175, San Diego, between 4 and 8 pm, and it will be open to all members of the community.

More information can be found at http://waterpt.com.

The festivity will be preceded by a shoulder pain and rotator cuff workshop where participants will be able to benefit from real-life physical therapy demonstrations by Beth Scalone, owner of North County Water and Sports Therapy Center and experienced Orthopedic Certified Specialist, as well as a team of other professional physical therapists. The workshop is scheduled on the same day between 12:15 and 1:15 (call 858-675-1133 for registration).

The two events will mark the twentieth anniversary of the leading San Diego physical therapy center, showcasing its dedication to cutting-edge aqua therapy, physical rehabilitation, balance training, functional strengthening and other services.

North County Water and Sports Therapy Center was created in 1997 by professional orthopedic specialist and physical therapist Beth Scalone in an effort to introduce high-quality aquatic therapy services in the North County area of San Diego. Over the years, the clinic has grown, incorporating state-of-the-art innovations in physical rehabilitation and aquatic therapy and working with experienced therapists and training specialists to offer complete services for clients in the North County Inland area.

Clients can also benefit from professional Pilates training, with future plans to someday include the construction of an indoor warm water pool.

The success of the center has been attributed to its constant dedication to high-quality services and customer satisfaction. “I did not make it twenty years without the love and support of my family, the understanding, patience and skill of our team, and of course, all the patients and physicians who have placed their trust with us over the last twenty years. I enjoy a keen sense of gratitude.”, declared Beth Scalone, PT, DPT, OCS, owner of North County Water and Sports Therapy Center.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Beth Scalone
Organization: North County Water and Sports Therapy Center
Address: 15373 Innovation Drive, Suite 175, San Diego, California 92128, United States
Phone: +1-858-675-1133

For more information, please visit http://www.waterpt.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249821

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