Continuum Physical Therapy moves to larger quarters

Jan 12, 2013
Continuum Physical Therapy has moved into larger offices in the Breakwater Marketplace in Rockland. The new offices include three private treatment rooms a spacious, well-equipped exercise gym and a balance and vestibular rehabilitation gym. Also new is a large conference room for community education programs and training.

Rockland — Continuum Physical Therapy has moved into a new office, more than doubling its space and providing patients with expanded services and greater convenience.

Still in the Breakwater Marketplace at 91 Camden St. (Route 1), Rockland, the clinic moved from the third to the fourth floor and is now immediately adjacent to the elevator and stairs, for easier access.

According to co-founder Michael Gallagher, Continuum's new offices include three private treatment rooms and two gyms with expansive harbor views: a spacious, well-equipped exercise gym, and a balance and vestibular rehabilitation gym. Also new is a large conference room that will be used for community education programs on subjects such as wellness, meditation, and nutrition. Patients can take advantage of added equipment for post-rehab exercise programs.

Sharing the fourth floor of Breakwater Marketplace with The Courier-Gazette and University College at Rockland, the new offices cover 2,500 square feet, up from 1,100 square feet previously. Breakwater Marketplace is fully wheelchair accessible and ADA-compliant, with ample parking including numerous handicap spaces.

"Continuum's new offices enable us to provide our patients with a greater range of services in beautiful, spacious surroundings and with greater privacy," said Gallagher in a news release. "We look forward to launching new education programs and reaching out to make new contributions to community wellness."

Continuum Physical Therapy is a therapist-owned practice providing personal, one-on-one attention to patients throughout the Midcoast. The practice offers comprehensive physical therapy evaluation and treatment, including manual therapy, strengthening and stretching, vertigo and dizziness treatment, balance training and fall prevention. The Golf Performance Program also provides cutting-edge training and therapy to improve one's body and one's game. Referrals from all physicians are welcome, and new patients are guaranteed appointments within two days of contact.

For more information, call 593-6682, email info@ContinuumPT.me or visit ContinuumPT.me.

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