Old Towne Physical Therapy Expands to Milford

Old Towne Physical Therapy has expanded its services to the Milford area by opening their new location on 401 South Dupont Boulevard. Old Towne Physical Therapy is an outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation practice that specializes in a wide variety of disorders and injures.

The new Milford Old Towne Physical Therapy will be the third location in Delaware under owner Keri Schaeffer, with the oldest location located in Lewes and a more recent location in Longneck. Director of the Milford location, Jennifer Andrew, is excited to offer her expertise to the Milford community and brings her love of working directly with patients to the new location.

“Old Towne Physical Therapy is a personal experience for our patients where the therapist will work with the patient through the whole process of recovery,” commented Mrs. Andrews. “We will always give our patients as much hands-on time as they need.”

Mrs. Andrew has an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, the study of human movement, from Penn State University and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Miami.

“I chose the field of physical therapy because I really enjoy seeing my patients from the beginning to the end of their recovery,” stated Mrs. Andrew. “ The most rewarding part is to see the progress that each patient makes .”

The experts at Old Towne Physical Therapy urge individuals to seek help if they are experiencing sprains, strains, joint pain, back or neck pain, muscle aches, tendonitis or pulled muscles and take advantage of their free consultations. Old Towne Physical Therapy provides new appointments within 24-48 hours, recommendations on how to reduce pain and if needed physician follow up, patient follow up after 48 hours and communication with physicians and other medical professionals as needed.

Old Towne Physical Therapy is located on 401 South Dupont Boulevard and open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8am-8pm, Tuesdays 8am-5pm and Fridays 8 am-4pm. For additional information about the facility or the benefits of physical therapy treatment call 302-839-0900 or visit www.oldtownept.com.

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