BreakThrough Physical Therapy Opens New Clinic in Cameron, NC

Cameron, North Carolina (PRWEB) March 07, 2014

BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT) is proud to announce the opening of a new clinic on February 11th, 2014 in Spout Springs – Cameron, North Carolina. The clinic, which is located in the Oaks Shopping Center at 1562 Highway 24/87, Cameron, NC, 28326, is the seventh location for the physical therapy group and the third in the Fayetteville-area.

“We’re thrilled to be opening our newest location in Cameron,” says Regional Manager Alex Koszalinski, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT. “We are incredibly grateful for the opportunity to continue to serve our local clientele and new neighbors with the exceptional care they’ve come to expect from us.”

“I am eager to continue the tradition of excellence that BreakThrough Physical Therapy has established,” says Lucas Simoes, PT, MPT, and clinic manager at the Cameron location. “It is exciting to be a part of the growth of a company that is committed to providing high quality care to every patient that walks in our door.”

BTPT provides research-based therapy treatments that get patients back to doing the things they love faster and with lasting results. With seven North Carolina clinics, the group provides fast patient assistance while developing individualized treatment plans based on each patient’s unique situation. Patients also receive one-on-one time with their physical therapist throughout their appointments.

To schedule an appointment at the Cameron Clinic, please call (910) 499-4544.

About BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT):
BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT) is a private physical therapy practice with seven locations in Cameron, Greensboro, Fayetteville, Morehead City, and Winston Salem, North Carolina. BreakThrough Physios pride themselves in having advanced training in delivering hands-on treatment to achieve optimal results in a shorter timeframe for patients suffering from all orthopedic conditions. Common conditions treated include sports and work related injuries, neck and back pain, headaches, and muscle and tendon disorders. For more information visit