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December
2012
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ATI Physical Therapy opens new clinic in Salisbury

Residents of Wicomico County will soon have a new option for their physical therapy needs – ATI Physical Therapy. ATI opens it first clinic in Salisbury, Md., on Monday, Dec. 3. The clinic, located at 2420 North Salisbury Blvd., Unit 5, features services in physical therapy and sports medicine.

ATI, a nationally-recognized physical therapy and sports medicine provider, focuses on providing the highest quality of care in an upbeat and encouraging environment. The team at North Salisbury will develop and deliver personalized treatment plans for each patient while motivating and having fun with the patient every step of the way. 

“At ATI, everyone – from the clinician to the front office coordinator to the driver and everyone in between – is committed to one thing: getting our patients better and back to living life,” said Dylan Bates, President and Chief Operating Officer, ATI Physical Therapy. “We’re excited to bring our services and our commitment to quality care to the Wicomico community.” 

The ATI team is committed to taking physical therapy to a higher level through evidence-based treatment programs backed by an in-house research department, transportation services for those with medical need, expanded hours, and complimentary injury screenings. Founded in 1996, ATI’s commitment to patients has resulted in impressive growth. Today, the physical therapy company boasts 17 locations in Maryland and over 200 locations nationwide.

Katie Beiger leads the team at Salisbury North as clinic director. Beiger is a California native and has worked at ATI since September 2011. She received her B.S. from Sonoma State University in California in Kinesiology-Exercises Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training.   Following her cross-country move to Virginia in 2008, she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Masters of Athletic Training from Shenandoah University where she completed primary research on the outcome of pitching velocity, accuracy, and mechanics after a six-week core strengthening program. Beiger’s professional experience includes treating athletes, vestibular impairments, and orthotic fabrication.

Named “Best Physical Therapy Practice in the Nation” by Advance Rehab Magazine, ATI has also achieved URAC Core Accreditation, a mark of distinction that recognizes ATI’s commitment to quality health care. 

To give back to the local communities where ATI patients and staff work and live, ATI established the ATI Foundation, a non-profit organization benefiting children in need of resources and funding due to medical complications and physical impairments.

ATI Physical Therapy offers morning, afternoon and evening hours. To make an appointment at the Salisbury North clinic, please call 410-546-4952.