20
September
2016
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12:00 AM
America/Chicago

Triumph Physical Therapy is now ATI Physical Therapy

Brand new name. Still the best care around.

Triumph Physical Therapy, a regional leader in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation, has a new name—ATI Physical Therapy. Beginning this week, Triumph locations in Bristol, Jamison, Levittown and Newtown, PA, will be adopting the ATI brand.

Triumph Physical Therapy joined the ATI family in December 2015, partnering with the nation’s largest physical therapy company under one brand. All staff and clinics have remained in place, delivering the same exceptional patient experience that Triumph has established as its trademark since 2012. Rehabilitation services include physical therapy, hand therapy, aquatic therapy, sports medicine, workers’ compensation services and complimentary injury screenings.

“We are excited to enter this last phase in the unification of our companies,” said James Baniewicz, Senior Regional Director with ATI and Founder of Triumph Physical Therapy. “Together with ATI we are stronger, allowing us to build on our foundation, enhance our services and offer the best care in the industry.”

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. Complimentary screenings are available at all ATI locations, and first appointments are scheduled within 24-48 hours, with early morning and evening hours available to accommodate patient schedules. 

ATI accepts virtually all major insurance carriers, verifies patient benefits prior to the start of treatment and offers individualized payment plans. Unique to the industry, ATI’s dedicated in-house research department aims to improve patient outcomes through basic science, research and evidence-based medicine. This includes the ATI Patient Outcomes Registry, a collection of data that supports an innovative approach to physical therapy that improves awareness of patient outcomes and how the rehabilitative process can impact patients’ quality of life.