Old Towne Physical Therapy Celebrates Opening

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The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford recently held a ribbon cutting at Old Towne Physical Therapy, located at 401 S. DuPont Blvd. in Milford. Some of the services they offer are Hand Therapy, Orthopedic Care, Sports Medicine, Worker’s Compensation & Rehabilitation, and other Specialty Niche Programs. For more information about Old Towne Physical Therapy please call 302-839-0900 or visit www.oldtownept.com.  For more information concerning the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford call 422-3344, visit www.milfordchamber.com or on Facebook.

 (L to R)   Front Row: Jessica Glass, PTA, Blare Steigelman, Jennifer Andrew, DPT (director), Mayor Ronnie Rogers, Keri Schaeffer, PTA (owner), Samantha Burton. Back Row: Susie Avalos (CCGM Administrative Assistant), Jamie Nutter, Esq. Michael Andrew, Esq., Dr. Scott Schulze, Bill Andrew

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