Free ‘Stop the Pain’ screenings offered
Oct. 29 'Lunch & Learn' in Dingmans Ferry
Access Physical Therapy & Wellness invites Pike County residents
to learn how physical therapy can help them – and have a bite to eat
Pike County residents are invited to stop at Access Physical Therapy & Wellness’ Dingmans Ferry office on Oct. 29 for a free sandwich – and to learn a little something about physical therapy.
Doctor of Physical Therapy Innocent Rwakonda will also offer free “Stop the Pain” screenings from 4 to 5 p.m.
The office is at 102 Dingman Place, Dingmans Ferry. Anyone who is certain they’ll be able to attend is asked to call Access, 570-828-0000, by Oct. 22. Walk-ins are also welcome.
"If you can definitely join us, please let us know you're coming,” Rwakonda said. “It'll help us plan how many sandwiches and snacks we'll need."
“The purpose of our ‘Stop the Pain’ screenings will be to give people an idea how physical therapy, which is covered by most insurances, can help people live healthier lives – with less pain and muscle discomfort,” he said.
The event is a celebration of the first anniversary of the opening of the Dingmans office. Access is also celebrating the third anniversary of the opening of its Milford office at 518 Routes 6 & 209; 888-745-0595. Rwakonda operates, and works with patients in, both offices.
For more information about Access, visit accessptw.com or call 570-828-0000.
Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is open weekdays 7 a.m.‐8 p.m., Saturdays 8 a.m.‐noon. They accept most insurances – and new patients can almost always be seen within 24 hours. For more information about Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, contact Rwakonda in Dingmans Ferry or Milford, or Stephen Albanese at 845-636-4344; email@example.com.