On Oct. 23, Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy opened their newly built clinic at 1715 First Ave. E. The new clinic, between Hallmark and Napa Auto Parts is centrally located, more accessible and much more spacious.
For the past ten years, Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy has been providing physical therapy and work injury management and prevention services for residents and employers in and around Newton at their clinic across the street from Skiff Medical Center.
“Our previous location served us well, but our continued growth required us to seek a new location with more space,” said CEO and CFO Troy Vander Molen, PT, DPT. “This new clinic is also a perfect place to provide exceptional patient care experiences and serve the people of Jasper county in several new ways.”
With this larger space, Kinetic Edge plans to add new team members, offer new services, and serve more people. Jordan Bell, OTR/L, a life-long Newton resident occupational therapist, will begin providing expert pediatric therapy services on Nov. 27. Jordan has a passion for providing therapy to children who are experiencing developmental delays or sensorimotor processing issues. In addition, Kinetic Edge now offers individualized medical fitness programs for people who need or prefer to have medical supervision to improve their health and fitness. Kinetic Edge will also continue to provide their highly effective physical therapy and injury prevention and management solutions.
Clinic Manager and owner of Kinetic Edge in Newton Matt Scotton, PT, DPT, and his team at Kinetic Edge invite the community to see their new clinic and visit with them at their open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 9.
“We feel truly grateful that so many people have chosen us to be their physical therapy providers,” said Scotton. “We are very excited to have a beautiful new clinic that matches the quality of our professionals who are here to serve you. It is an honor to serve the people of Newton and the surrounding communities as we work to transform lives and restore hope through movement.”
Kinetic Edge has clinics in Newton, Des Moines, Ames, Pella, and Oskaloosa. Their physical and occupational therapists strive to empower individuals with health solutions that enable them to restore and retain their health, happiness, and hope. For more information, visit www.KineticEdgePT.com or find them on Facebook.
For more information, contact Matt Scotton at 641-791-9675 or at MattS@KineticEdgePT.com.