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Professional Physical Therapy opens new White Plains facility

Professional Physical Therapy, a provider of outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation services throughout the metro New York and New England regions, has opened a new clinic in White Plains.

The new facility is located at 222 Mamaroneck Ave. and will be led by Clinical Director Partner Dr. Antonios Kambouris. Medical services to be offered at the facility include physical therapy, free injury screenings, Graston Technique/IASTM myofascial mobilization, Kinesio Taping and work conditioning.

“White Plains is a diverse and welcoming community,” said Kambouris. “It is an honor to be clinical director of the Professional Physical Therapy White Plains office and have the opportunity to connect with the community in a meaningful way through physical therapy. Changing someone’s life for the better is the greatest reward of my profession.”

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