Published on July 10th, 2017 | by Brittain Thompson0
Local Rehab Clinics Join Forces to Introduce Endurance Physical Therapy
Cornerstone Rehabilitation of Oxford, Oxford Rehabilitation, Batesville Rehabilitation and Senatobia Rehabilitation have announced a merger to form Endurance Physical Therapy.
The owners of the physical therapy clinics–Vance Holland, Joel Montgomery, Niles Norris, Kelly Shinall and Kyle Wicker–decided to come together to be the go-to destination for physical therapy in the Oxford, Batesville and Senatobia area.
“We are fortunate to have a really strong team of experts in this field that have been part of the communities for many years,” says Niles Norris, co-owner of Endurance Physical Therapy. “Patients want to work with therapists that they can trust to provide optimal healing, and I think that this merger is really going to be a great opportunity for us further serve our communities.”
Both teams have in-house specialists who work to remain at the forefront of the physical therapy industry. Services include orthopedic and spinal rehabilitation, occupational therapy, hand and upper extremity rehabilitation, sports medicine, athletic training and more.
“Our clinic is owned and run by physical therapists and a certified athletic trainer,” says Kelly Shinall, co-owner of Endurance Physical Therapy. “I think that’s really important because we know and care about this industry. We have a talented team that is very knowledgeable on both recovery and prevention. We are really excited.”
Shinall, along with co-owners Kyle Wicker and Vance Holland, has been in business at Cornerstone Rehabilitation for over 18 years. All three are former collegiate athletes who personally benefitted from physical therapists and athletic trainers, solidifying inspiration for their future in the field.
Norris opened Oxford Rehabilitation in 2007, with Batesville Rehabilitation and Senatobia Rehabilitation following closely behind. Co-owner and Oxford Rehabilitation Clinic Director, Joel Montgomery, has nearly twenty years of experience in the physical therapy field, with a deep emphasis in the treatment of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders.
The two teams will remain in their current locations in Oxford, Batesville and Senatobia.