Drayer Physical Therapy Institute’s sixth Georgia center opens in Stockbridge

1365 Rock Quarry Road, Suite 200
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HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. (July 29, 2014) – Drayer Physical Therapy Institute has opened in Stockbridge, Ga., giving it six outpatient physical therapy centers in the state.

The new center is at 1365 Rock Quarry Road, Suite 200, in the same building as Georgia Pain Care, a pain management medical practice that encouraged Drayer’s entry into the Stockbridge market.

The center’s specialties are manual therapy, orthopedics, sports medicine, dry needling, workers compensation, spinal decompression therapyand athletic training.

Physical therapist Brandis Bolin is the center’s clinical director. Joining her is Jason Zeigler, who is a physical therapist assistant and has an extensive background in treating workers compensation patients. Colby Allen is the center’s area manager.

Drayer athletic trainer John Woolf will serve Henry County High School starting this fall through the center’s athletic training outreach program.

The center has available hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and by appointment on Saturday and can be reached at 678-782-7118.

Overall, Hummelstown, Pa.-based Drayer owns or manages more than 100 centers in the eastern United States.

Drayer (www.drayerpt.com) provides rehabilitation services with a physician’s referral, offering 24-hour access to care.