Restore-PT Finds New Location




Restore-PT has moved to 2418 East Franklin Street, Suite 115. The new location is in the historic Church Hill Gables building at the corner of North 25th Street.

       Derek Metzler, MPT, and Dustin Toth, PTA, CMT, provide therapy based on the principles and training of Fascial Counterstrain and Barnes Myofascial Release to help resolve simple and complex physical therapy issues. 

       Metzler says, “At Restore-PT, we see the body as a whole; treating the fascia is a global way to look at the body. Our treatments are gentle and we treat in a non-forceful manner to help the body do what it does—healing naturally.”

For appointments, call 804-644-1221. For more information, visit Restore-PT.com.

 

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