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ATI Physical Therapy in Portage Honored For Community Improvement

The ATI Physical Therapy clinic in Portage, Indiana has been awarded the Community Improvement Award by the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce.  The honor is awarded to businesses that make a significant improvement to their property enhancing the aesthetic value of the city of Portage. ATI was recognized at the Chamber's annual awards banquet.

ATI Physical Therapy in Portgage, IndianaThe clinic, located at 6459 US Hwy 6, opened in May of 2012. It features the best physical therapists in the business and offers and incredible patient experience.

“ATI has been fortunate to find a great site in Portage, IN to build out our standard physical therapy clinic.  Positioned in an end-cap space across from the high school, the location is perfect for our unique clinic design and award-winning programs. The space was originally designed to be utilized as a restaurant with a drive through.  We were able to remove the drive through window and rebuild and enhance the interior for optimal usage of the space.  The exterior was improved by installing sleek, brightly lit signage on two different elevations of the building.  ATI and its team of professional service providers, i.e. Kolbrook Design and Ernie Loberg Construction have worked seamlessly to transform the space into a beautiful suite situated in a prime location.  We are excited to be in Portage and look forward to being part of the community for many years to come,” said Chris Orr, ATI Director of Facilities Development.

ATI Portage provides physical therapy services in a friendly and upbeat environment. The atmosphere is so pleasant and the staff so welcoming, that patients actually enjoy coming to therapy.

“In a very short time period, the people of Northwest Indiana have embraced ATI and our customer-centric model of care.  We are proud to continues to expand our footprint in Northwest Indiana with the goal of truly making a positive difference in the community one patient at a time,” said Dylan Bates, President and Chief Operating Officer, ATI Physical Therapy.