The new location expands JAG-ONE Physical Therapy’s presence Ocean County
Bridgewater, N.J. (August 14, 2023) – JAG-ONE Physical Therapy is one of the fastest growing comprehensive physical and occupational therapy practices providing rehabilitative care to patients and sports teams in over 135 locations across the Northeast. The JAG-ONE Physical Therapy team celebrated the opening of their Tuckerton facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 10. The ceremony featured several speakers including Susan Marshall, Mayor of Tuckerton, Rudy Christopher, Regional Clinical Director of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, and Christine DeLorenzo, Clinical Director of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Tuckerton.
The Tuckerton facility will expand JAG-ONE Physical Therapy’s presence in New Jersey and will be led by Clinical Director Christine DeLorenzo, PT. Christine graduated from Richard Stockton College (now Stockton University) with a BS in Physical Therapy. Before JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, she had over 26 years' experience at Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation. She has experience with many patient populations and likes to work with patients of all ages. One of Christine’s favorite challenges is patients post CVA and those with balance issues. She is certified in the LSVT BIG program for Parkinson’s Disease.
At the ribbon cutting event, Christine DeLorenzo, Clinical Director of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Tuckerton shared, “Thank you deeply to everyone who came out today. It is so great to see the support from the Mayor’s office, the Chamber, and the current and past patients that I have treated. I hope to continue to make a difference in my patients’ lives and with your support, I know that will take it to the next level.”
Some of the top services that will be offered at this location include concussion rehabilitation, which helps patients safely rehabilitate from a concussion and guide on returning to sports when ready, LSVT BIG, which can be tremendously helpful in reversing symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease, and physical therapy, which draws on the best, most modern physical rehabilitation methods to help all patients get healthy and reduce musculoskeletal pain.
“We are proud to celebrate the new JAG-ONE Physical Therapy location in Tuckerton,” shared John Gallucci Jr., CEO of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy. “Getting patients back to the life they love is our highest priority, and we look forward to bringing that commitment to Tuckerton and the Ocean County communities.”
“It was important for us to come into the community and offer services that are pertinent for the people in the area,” said Rudy Christopher, Regional Clinical Director of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy. “Here at JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, we have many core values that we live by. We always try to do the right thing, we support each other, and give our best efforts each and every day. We are a company that thrives off culture and we are very excited to be here as a resource for Tuckerton and the South Jersey community.”
Susan Marshall, Mayor of Tuckerton, said, “We just want to thank you for offering your services to the Tuckerton community. We are excited to have you here as a resource and I know the community is very grateful.”
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About JAG-ONE Physical Therapy
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy is one of the fastest growing comprehensive physical and occupational therapy practices providing rehabilitative care to patients and sports teams in over 135 locations throughout New York City’s five boroughs, as well as in New Jersey, Westchester, Rockland, Long Island, and Pennsylvania. JAG-ONE Physical Therapy specializes in general orthopedic, sports and soft tissue injuries with a personalized treatment plan for each patient. JAG-ONE Physical Therapy is the official provider of physical therapy for sports teams such as the New Jersey Devils, Columbia University Athletics, and Princeton University Athletics. For more information on JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, visit jagonept.com and find JAG-ONE Physical Therapy on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.