JAG Physical Therapy, one of the fastest growing physical and occupational therapy practices with over 140 locations across the Northeast, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of their new Toms River location recently. This new location is JAG Physical Therapy’s second in the city, and is located at 1251 Route 37 West, Suite 120, Toms River.
The newly established Toms River facility is a testament to JAG Physical Therapy’s dedication to advancing the health and well-being of the community. This expansion serves as a reflection of the company’s mission to offer easily accessible, outstanding physical therapy to the communities they serve. JAG Physical Therapy takes pride in expanding their presence in Toms River – this new location signifies the company’s commitment to meeting the community’s demand for accessible care.
“This is a spacious clinic with a lot of windows and natural light, which patients and staff love. We have another location on Fischer Boulevard that has been open for about two years, so we are grateful to be able to expand our resources throughout Toms River,” Mike Wylykanowitz, JAG Physical Therapy’s Regional Clinical director said. “We are here to support the community whether that be in the clinic, or out at community events. We love being a resource at local 5ks, festivals, charity events, and anything going on in the communities. Let us know how we can help and we will be there.”
JAG Physical Therapy’s Toms River location will be led by Clinical Director, Kim Cullen. “We are so happy to continue supporting the community of Toms River,” Kim Cullen, JAG Physical Therapy’s Regional Clinical director said. “It has been a great first few months in this location, and the relationships I have built with my patients have been incredible. We hope to continue to serve the community as best we can to meet everyone’s needs.”
“This is JAG’s second location in Toms River, and we couldn’t be more excited,” Maurice Hill, Mayor of Toms River said. “JAG Physical Therapy is changing the lives of people for the better everyday, and we can’t thank them enough for the work they do, and the positive impacts they have made.”