Columbus-based Hometown Urgent Care, which owns and operates 20 urgent care and occupational health care clinics in Ohio and Michigan, has acquired Springfield-based StepUp Rehab.
StepUp Rehab, with locations in Springfield and London, offers physical therapy treatment for numerous injuries and conditions, including work-related and sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, balance issues, and neck, back, extremity, and joint pain.
The clinics also offer a transition program for supervised exercise at the end of the treatment regime.
Like sister company Hometown Urgent Care, StepUp Rehab offers treatments designed to get injured workers back on the job. Clinical Director Marie Higby, PT, has over 20 years of experience as a physical therapist, including a number of years with the State of Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Rehabilitation Center.
Under the new ownership, StepUp Rehab will continue to offer both outpatient physical therapy and industrial rehabilitation services at the Springfield and London locations.
StepUp Rehab is located at 117 W. High St., suite 106, London.
About Hometown Urgent Care: Founded in 1997, Hometown Urgent Care operates 20 urgent care and occupational health centers in Dayton, Columbus, Northeast Ohio and Michigan, as well as clinical research centers in Columbus and Dayton. The company sees about 250,000 patients annually for numerous non-life-threatening medical conditions ranging from fractures to asthma.
About StepUp Rehab: StepUp Rehab has locations in Springfield and London. The company offers physical therapy treatment for numerous types of injuries and musculoskeletal conditions, with the goal of restoring patients to optimum physical functionality.