Hospital to Open New Therapy Unit with Ribbon-Cutting

POTTSTOWN PA – Pottstown Hospital will mark the completion of its new outpatient therapy unit at The Complex, 724 N. Adams St., with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to be conducted Thursday (Feb. 10, 2022) at 3 p.m. by the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce, the chamber announced.

The hospital, owned by Tower Health, will rely on “specially trained physical therapists” at the unit to meet requirements for patients of all ages. Tower’s website said its services included sports recovery, sports performance, concussion and vestibular rehabilitation, physical treatments for Parkinson’s disease and other neurologic conditions, and general physical therapy for individuals recovering from illness, injury, or surgery.

The website added that speech therapists at the unit would provide treatment for adult patients that covered voice therapy for voice disorders, swallowing, dysphagia and VitalStim therapy, cognitive therapy, speech related therapies for Parkinson’s and other neurologic conditions, neuromuscular stimulation, and biofeedback.

Participants in the ribbon-cutting will include hospital CEO Richard Newell, who also serves as chair of the chamber Board of Directors; chamber President Eileen Dautrich, and several chamber ambassadors. Light refreshments are being served by Bause Catering. Those interested in attending the event are asked to send an RSVP e-mail to PottstownHospitalPrograms@towerhealth.org.

The chamber is a membership-based business advocate serving businesses in southeastern Berks, western Montgomery, and northern Chester counties, as well as along the U.S. Route 422 corridor.

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