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Posted by: thepinetree on 08/08/2013 06:01 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 08/08/2013 06:01 PM
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Local Physical Therapy Clinic Wins Gold Practice Award from National Network

Angels Camp, CA...Pinnacle Physical Therapy has received the PTPN Gold Practice Award from PTPN, the nation’s premier rehabilitation network, for the first half of 2013. The PTPN Gold Practice award recognizes Pinnacle Physical Therapy’s commitment to quality, efficient operations and patient satisfaction. PTPN reviews member practices’ participation in PTPN’s quality assurance, outcomes, credentialing, and data transfer programs in making the award. Less than 25% of PTPN’s members received the award for the period...

“Therapy clinics have to meet the industry’s highest standards and pass a rigorous credentialing inspection to become part of our network in the first place,” said PTPN President, Michael Weinper, PT, DPT, MPH. “So to be among the best in an already elite field is a significant accomplishment. We’re very proud of the work that Pinnacle Physical Therapy does to improve quality and efficiency for their patients.”

“All of us at Pinnacle Physical Therapy are honored by the recognition,” said Owner/Therapist, Theresa M. Locke, PT, DPT. “We expect to maintain this high standard as our dedicated and caring staff continue to listen to our patients, and improve their already unparalleled credentials.”

ABOUT THE PRACTICE: Established in 1983, Pinnacle Physical Therapy is located at 571 Stanislaus Street, Suite F, Angels Camp, CA 9522. For more information about Pinnacle Physical Therapy, call 209-736-0956 or visit us at

ABOUT PTPN: PTPN is the nation’s premier network or rehabilitation therapists in independent practice. Established in 1985, PTPN has built a track record for delivering comprehensive, cost-effective and high quality outpatient rehabilitation services. Today PTPN has almost 1,000 member offices with over 3,500 therapists, and is contracted with hundreds of managed care organizations and other entities covering millions of Americans. Only offices that are owned and operated by rehabilitation therapists can be members of the network. For more information about PTPN, contact Stephen Moore at 818-737-0246 or, or visit us at

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Re: Nice
Posted on: 2018-11-14 16:04:18   By: Anonymous
Totally agree here. Starting your own practice is difficult in the beginning. Treating your patients/clients with the best quality that you can provide helps because sometimes they will give you referrals and that starts to grow your clinic. This is how we grew our patients at Roseville Wellness Chiropractic

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