Movement Clinic now open and accepting new patients

Melody Brunson | Times HeraldMovement Clinic held a ribbon cutting at their 933 S SR 57, Washington location on Monday. Pictured here, from left, are Kenny Frye, Chamber of Commerce Board; Kenny Swartzentruber, Daviess County Metal Sales; Wanita Tetrealt, Times Herald; Brock Melton, Washington High School; Rachel Knepp, massage therapist and clinical assistant; David Stowers, Chamber of Commerce Board; Tara Brower, Edward Jones Financial advisor, Dr. Jess Brower; Mint McNeece, branch office administrator; Brandy Ramaj Jewett, clinical assistant and athletic trainer; Jordan Hyde, Movement Clinic office manager; Samantha Bobbitt, Daviess County Chamber of Commerce executive director; Shanon O’Toole, WWBL; Allen Brown, Washington City Council and Pam Harrawood, DLC Media. Not Pictured: Jennifer Wittmer, branch office administrator, Brian Simpson, First Savings Bank of Odon lending professional. An open house at the Movement Clinic is set for Aug. 26 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

After much anticipation, Movement Clinic is open and accepting new patients. Located at 933 South SR 57 in Washington, Movement Clinic provides chiropractic, rehabilitation, and sports medicine services under the direction of Jess T. Brower, DC, alongside athletic trainer Brandy Ramaj Jewett, MS, ATC, LAT. Dr. Brower and Jewett will provide comprehensive, individualized care aimed to address the needs, goals, and values of every patient. Additionally, Rachel Knepp, PTA, LMT, CPT will offer clinical massage therapy services focused on functional outcomes and concentrated on resolving a specific condition or injury.

Sports performance training is another service offered at Movement Clinic to promote athletic success. Utilizing Functional Movement Systems programming, Movement Clinic provides movement-based screenings to create personalized performance training and injury prevention programs to enhance athletic performance and longevity.

Other specialized services offered include dry needling therapy, Graston Technique, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization strategies, and the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. More information about these specialized therapy techniques and the Movement Clinic can be found at www.movementclinic.com.

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