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Physical therapy business to stretch out with two more Med City clinics

ActivePT & Sports, a growing physical therapy business, is opening two new Med Clinic clinics. One is within Crossfit Credence at 3020 N. Broadway on Friday. The other is in the works at 3708 N. Broadway in the Haley Comfort System Center, formerly Shopko North. ActivePT co-owner Joan Kopacz estimates that the Haley center site could open by November.

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A local physical therapy organization continues to stretch out by opening two new Med Clinic clinics.

ActivePT & Sports , a growing physical therapy business, is opening a location within Crossfit Credence at 3020 N. Broadway on Friday. Another Rochester clinic is in the works at 3708 N. Broadway in the Haley Comfort System Center, formerly Shopko North.

ActivePT co-owner Joan Kopacz estimates that the Haley center site could open by November. The almost 6,000-square-foot space will feature 12 clinical rooms and a large gym area. Kopacz expects to staff it with 12 employees.

It will be located near the future home of Rochester’s ETS Performance . ETS is co-owned by Marcus Sherels, a former Minnesota Vikings defensive back/punt returner.

The addition of the Crossfit Credence and Haley center sites will bring ActivePT’s number of Rochester locations to five. It also has seven area satellite offices in Lake City, Stewartville, Spring Valley, Preston, Byron, St. Charles and Plainview.

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ActivePT, which Kopacz owns with Brian McQuilkin, opened its first clinic in Rochester in 2008.

“It's just been an incredible process. We always hoped that if you treat people well and provide great care that the demand over time will increase. And it has. So we just continue to try to keep providing great care and provide an environment for a team that remain incredibly passionate about treating patients,” she said.

Why open more Rochester sites now?

“We just need more space for patient treatment and for staff," she said. "More sites mean more options and easier access for patients.”

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