ProEx Physical Therapy Announces the Acquisition of Physical Therapy in Motion, with Two Locations on Cape Cod

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We are excited to have the opportunity to expand our services on the Cape, and look forward to helping our new patients achieve their goals, and get back to their life in action.

South Yarmouth and Centerville, MA and Portsmouth, NH

ProEx Physical Therapy, an affiliate of Professional Physical Therapy, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Physical Therapy in Motion, with two new locations on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

The two new clinics are located at 1600 Falmouth Road in Centerville, MA and 439 Station Avenue in South Yarmouth, MA, and serve the patients of the Mid-Cape area of Cape Cod. Former owners Eileen Cullen Weber and Michael D. Weber will join the ProEx team, as Clinical Directors of the Centerville and South Yarmouth locations, respectively. The clinics will continue the ProEx promise of valuing their patients’ time, offering clear communication and personalized treatment, in a supportive and comfortable atmosphere.

“Having proudly served and supported our local community for the past 35 years, while meeting the ever-challenging demands of operating a health care facility, we felt it was time to enhance our business operations support,” said Michael D. Weber, owner of Physical Therapy in Motion. “Our shared ‘patient first’ philosophy, and ProEx’s established reputation for developing comprehensive treatment plans, designed to meet the specific needs of the patient, make this a great fit for us. ProEx is an industry leader, known for its advanced education and training, and we are confident that our combined team will bring great expertise and value to our patients.”

Both Physical Therapy in Motion and ProEx Physical Therapy share the same, strong belief in the therapists and patients working together to reach established goals of restoring optimal flexibility, regaining joint mobility, improving range of motion and increasing strength, with the ultimate goal of returning patients to an active lifestyle.

“The Cape is a great vacation community that has become the permanent home for an increasing population, and Mike and Eileen have done a wonderful job building a top notch practice,” said Michael Mulrenan, President of ProEx Physical Therapy, an affiliate of Professional Physical Therapy. “We are excited to have the opportunity to expand our services on the Cape, and look forward to helping our new patients achieve their goals, and get back to their life in action.”

About ProEx Physical Therapy
ProEx Physical Therapy was established in 2001, and has locations throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut, with corporate headquarters in Portsmouth, NH. ProEx’s experienced orthopedic physical therapists and sports medicine team provide compassionate care to patients of all ages, ranging from pediatric to geriatric patients, as well as weekend warriors to elite athletes.

In 2017, ProEx joined the Professional Physical Therapy family, an industry leader in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy headquartered in Uniondale, NY. As part of this affiliation, ProEx will offer patients greater access to locations throughout the Northeast with expanded services, such as sports medicine and occupational therapy. Founded in 1998, Professional Physical Therapy and ProEx collectively operate over 149 outpatient physical and hand therapy centers throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

ProEx and Professional Physical Therapy are the official Athletic Training Services providers to various sports organizations throughout the Northeast. Professional Physical Therapy is the official physical therapy partner of the New York Islanders. For additional information, please visit

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