25
January
2016
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12:00 AM
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ATI Launches in Southern Nevada

All Las Vegas area Matt Smith Physical Therapy locations officially become ATI Physical Therapy this month, after a year-long transition following the former’s acquisition.Longtime Southern Nevada business, Matt Smith Physical Therapy, was acquired by ATI last year and its official name change marks the first Las Vegas area outpost of the national ATI Physical Therapy. ATI Physical Therapy has more than 500 physical therapy clinics in 17 U.S. states, making it the nation’s largest physical therapy practice under one brand.Ithas11 Southern Nevada locations under its banner name.

Since 2000, Matt Smith Physical Therapy has provided the Southern Nevada community with exceptional care, and ATI Physical Therapy is ready to continue that legacy. With the help of Matt Smith’s experienced staff and Smith’s leadership as regional vice president of development for ATI, the company is ready to serve its patients in Southern Nevada.

“Matt Smith Physical Therapy has been deeply involved in the community since 1984. That experience and institutional knowledge has been invaluable for our transition to ATI Physical Therapy and will continue to be invaluable moving forward with the new brand,” said Matt Smith, regional vice president of development for ATI. “We share the same mission and values, and will continue our steadfast care on the local level.”

With exceptional, patient-centered care, trusted expertise and remarkable outcomes, the goal of ATI Physical Therapy is to exceed customer expectations—every day, in every clinic. ATI is a nationally recognized rehabilitation provider, specializing in research-based physical therapy, workers’ compensation rehab, employer worksite solutions, sports medicine, home health and specialty therapies. 

In each of the cities that ATI Physical Therapy operates, the ATI Foundation aims to help the community. In the Las Vegas area, the foundation has selected its second recipient, Lola Pettus, a 3-year-old with hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy. Since November, the ATI Foundation raised money through donations from employees, patients and community members to help Lola’s family purchase a motorized wheelchair to assist her as she attends school. Donations were made during ATI’s annual Holiday Kids Campaign, which draws donations across 14 states to benefit a child in each region in which ATI operates.

For a complete list of ATI’s Nevada locations, click here.