With Delaware’s Phase I reopening, medical providers can resume elective surgeries that were placed on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aquacare Physical Therapy, an established medical provider that recently opened its newest site at the Milford Wellness Village, is ready to accept patients seeking physical therapy after surgery.
Aquacare provides orthopedic, sports, physical and specialized therapy services such as pelvic, spine, hand and aquatic care. The facility has been treating patients under a limited capacity following all CDC guidelines. It is equipped and ready to accommodate the state’s reopening plans and accept more patients while continuing to maintain a safe, healthy environment.
“We made the decision to open our site at the Milford Wellness Village in response to requests from the community to offer our specialty programs including aquatic therapy, Parkinson’s LSVT therapy, vestibular rehabilitation and pelvic floor therapy,” said Cara Konlian, CEO of Aquacare Physical Therapy. “We know many patients will need immediate services, and we guarantee that evaluations will be scheduled within 24 hours if needed.”
The site at the Milford Wellness Village also includes the Milford Lifestyle Fitness Center, a wellness gym tailored for personal training in a small, intimate environment. Aquacare Physical Therapy has 10 locations across Delaware and Maryland.
The Milford Wellness Village is owned and operated by Nationwide Healthcare Services, a leading provider of healthcare throughout Delaware.
“Aquacare Physical Therapy is a top-quality healthcare provider that specializes in meeting many physical rehabilitation needs,” said Meir Gelley, Nationwide Healthcare Services CEO. “They an essential part to the healthcare synergy we have already created at the Milford Wellness Village.”
Aquacare Physical Therapy is part of a growing list of major organizations that either have opened their doors or signed leases to locate at the Clarke Avenue site. This includes the Nationwide Healthcare Services Polaris Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, La Red Health Center, Nurses ‘n Kids, and the Kidz, Ink Academy of Early Academics childcare center.
“The wellness village continues to take shape even as we adjust to the current challenging environment,” said Gelley. “We continue to meet the needs of the Milford community, and we look forward to expanding our services any way that we can.”