Pivot Physical Therapy Expands to Pittsburgh Region With Acquisition of Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy
Towson, MD, August 3, 2016: Pivot Physical Therapy, a leading provider of physical therapy, sports medicine and aquatic therapy services, announced its expansion into the Pittsburgh region with the acquisition of Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy. This expansion brings Pivot nine new clinics, totaling 11 in Pennsylvania and 122 throughout the East Coast.
“Expanding into western Pennsylvania has been a goal of Pivot’s since we opened our first Pennsylvania clinic in Littlestown,” said Pivot CEO Harris Thompson. “Partnering with Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy allows us to benefit from the stellar reputation their staff and clinicians have already established while offering expanded services and the power of a large network to clients. It supports our daily mission to bring our patients the greatest care in the simplest ways possible.”
Owners of Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy, Rajiv Sawhney, DPT, and Steven T. Gough, DPT will stay with Pivot as clinic directors, clinical excellence consultants and experts in continuing growth in the region.
“This is an exciting time, both for clinicians and the community,” said Sawhney. “Pivot provides our clinicians countless continuing education opportunities, which in turn allows us to offer new and updated therapy techniques to our patients. Pivot has brought an air of excitement to the staff of Allegheny Chesapeake Physical Therapy.”
With the expansion, Pivot Physical Therapy now has five locations in Pittsburgh (Downtown, Eastside, Edgewood, Point Breeze, and Squirrel Hill), along with locations in Butler, Ebensburg, Johnstown and Wexford.