December 17, 2012
ATI Physical Therapy opens its 16th location in southeastern Pennsylvania today. The new Springfield clinic, located at 779 W. Sproul Road, features services in physical therapy and sports medicine.
Staying true to the ATI mission, the team members at Springfield aim to achieve exceptional results for their patients in a friendly and upbeat environment. They develop personalized treatment plans for each patient, all while motivating and cheering on patients from their first visit to their last appointment.
“At ATI, we focus on providing the highest quality of care and creating an encouraging, fun environment,” said Dylan Bates, President and Chief Operating Officer. “We’ve successfully done this at our other Pennsylvania clinics, and we’re ready to bring that fun attitude and commitment to results to the Springfield community as well.”
Anthony Gagliardi will lead the Springfield team as clinic director. Gagliardi, MPT, OCS, graduated from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science (presently the University of the Sciences) in 1994 with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. He worked for the next 14 years in a privately-owned outpatient sports medicine and orthopedic clinic in Newtown Square, Pa. He joined ATI Physical Therapy in March of 2008 as a lead clinician at the North Wilmington, Del., clinic and later served as clinic director at the Lionville, Pa., location. He is an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and a member of the Orthopedic and Sports sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. Gagliardi specializes in working with overhead athletes as well as patients who have undergone total joint replacements.
ATI is taking physical therapy to a higher level by providing evidence-based treatment programs backed by an in-house research department and offering expanded hours, complimentary injury screenings, and transportation services for those with medical need. The company’s commitment to patient success has led to impressive growth. ATI is now in seven states with over 200 locations nationwide.
Named “Best Physical Therapy Practice in the Nation” by Advance Rehab Magazine, ATI also achieved URAC Core Accreditation, a mark of distinction that recognizes ATI’s commitment to quality health care.
In addition to providing exceptional physical therapy, ATI aims to serve the communities in which its employees and patients work and live. The company established the ATI Foundation in 2003 to help benefit children in need of resources and funding due to medical complications and physical impairments.
ATI Physical Therapy offers morning, afternoon and evening hours. To make an appointment at the Springfield clinic, please call 484-470-2150.