Growth and Expansion in 2018 for Performance Medicine & Sports Therapy

DALLAS, Jan. 15, 2018 — Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy, one of the leading Sports Therapy service providers in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, has announced its expansion to University Park on January 1, 2018. This location will be the fourth PMST location, along with Plano, Keller, and Red Oak.

“We are excited to expand our footprint into the Dallas market, and to provide a convenient new location for our patients. Our University Park facility will offer sports medicine and therapy care along with a wide variety of recovery services,” says Ron Tribendis, one of the founding partners of PMST.

PMST has been providing physical therapy, chiropractic care, and recovery services to the Plano area since 2012. PMST also offers a complete family practice, with an MD on-site, to provide treatment services for the entire family. Their in-house diagnostics have saved patients time and travel during all diagnostic needs.

Some of the other services provided at PMST include an athlete recovery lounge, IV Therapy, massage, acupuncture and a variety of recovery techniques.  

Derek Gove, one of the founding partners had this to say, “We are thrilled to bring PMST to University Park, and we look forward to introducing more locations and brand partnerships to the DFW market throughout 2018.”

To learn more about PMST, visit their website at www.recoverwithpurpose.com.

About PMST
Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy is one of the leading providers of physical therapy, family practice, and chiropractic care in the Dallas-Fort Worth Market. At PMST, each case is treated based on the patient's real-time needs, addressing structural, functional and corrective techniques for faster recovery. As a result, PMST provides a unique patient experience, combining a multi-disciplinary approach to the individual medical needs of the patient along with the surrounding community, leading to the highest, most consistent patient outcomes.

Some of the services include physical therapy, family practice, recovery services, athletic recovery lounge, chiropractic, IV therapy, in-house diagnostics, massage, and acupuncture.  

About The Owners of PMST

Ron Tribendis D.C.
Founding Partner Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy
Dr. Tribendis is one of the leading doctors at PMST. He is certified in multiple disciplines, including Active Release Technique (ART®) for Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity and Complex Protocols.  

Kipp Streff D.C.
Founding Partner Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy
Dr. Streff is one of the leading doctors at PMST.  He is Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician as well as full body certified in Active Release Technique (ART®), Complex Protocols (ART®) Graston, and FAKTR-PM (Functional Applied Kinetic Training with Provocation of Motion).  Dr. Streff is also a Titleist Medical Provider (TPM).

Derek Gove
Founding Partner Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy
Has expertise in business development with focuses in compliance, operations, finance and sales.

Enrique Stowhas
Founding Partner Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy
15 years in the Healthcare industry with a focus in Multi-disciplinary Rehabilitation Programs, Physical Therapy, Clinical Management and Development

Trey Austin
Founding Partner Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy
15 years of experience in Medical sales with focuses in Spine, Orthopedics, and Trauma.

For inquiries: [email protected]

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SOURCE Performance Medicine and Sports Therapy

Related Links

http://www.recoverwithpurpose.com

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