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Professional SportsCare & Rehab Opens in Annapolis

Annapolis, MD (10-3-13) Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen and Annapolis Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) President and CEO Lara Fritts are pleased to welcome Professional SportsCare & Rehab to Annapolis.

A top provider of physical therapy and sports medicine services, Professional SportsCare & Rehab opened its newest clinic in Annapolis at 1013 Bay Ridge Avenue, Suite 410. The official ribbon cutting took place on Tuesday, October 1, at 11:30 a.m.

“It is always gratifying when a business chooses Annapolis to call home,” Mayor Cohen said. "Knowing that Annapolis is the 50th location for Professional SportsCare & Rehab is a real testament to the success of their business and a real contribution to the economic growth of our community.”

The Annapolis location provides services and treatment that includes:

  • Sports Medicine & Athletic Training
  • Physical Therapy
  • Aquatic Therapy
“We are excited to bring aquatic physical therapy to the Eastport community. Our facility offers state of the art equipment and cutting edge treatments,” Owner Tom Yoviene said.  “This location is also incredibly convenient and easily accessible for our residents.”

Professional SportsCare & Rehab prides itself on their community partnerships. They work closely with high schools and colleges to provide athletic trainers for on-field coverage during men and women's junior varsity and varsity sports. The staff also teaches courses to high school coaches on the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries.

Professional SportsCare & Rehab also takes great pride in their relationships with the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League, The University of Maryland and the sports medicine departments at Mt. Saint Mary's University, among many others.

“Our business is about the health and well-being of our communities,” Owner Chuck Mutschler said. “We are located in the heart of the neighborhood and focus on serving our clients through community-based services rather than in a hospital setting.”

Hours of operation for the Annapolis Professional SportsCare & Rehab are Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

“In a City that embraces wellness and athleticism, we are thrilled to welcome Professional SportsCare & Rehab,” said AEDC President Lara Fritts. “Also, helping businesses expand is part of our mission at AEDC and this is a business that has a proven track record of successful growth.”

For more information, call 443-221-7743 or visit www.prosportscare.com.

Professional SportsCare & Rehab has Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine locations throughout Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, West Virginia and Southern Pennsylvania.