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Fuller Physical Therapy invites community to celebrate newest location in Morgantown Nov. 2

Fuller Physical Therapy is opening its latest location in Morgantown on Thursday, Nov. 2 with a celebration from 12-1 p.m. It will include free hot dogs, tours and an official ribbon cutting with the Chamber of Commerce. The community is invited to attend the free event.

Located at 811 South Main Street, the facility is the fourth Fuller office to open. The other Fuller Physical Therapy locations are in Beaver Dam, Leitchfield and Providence.

“We have a lot of patients who have been traveling from Butler County to our other facilities to seek assistance with their pain relief so we thought Morgantown would be the perfect location to assist those individuals,” says Fuller Physical Therapy CEO Chris Fuller.

“Running the Morgantown facility are two top-notch physical therapy professionals who grew up in the area. They know the residents and are committed to a comprehensive, high-quality physical therapy program with an individualized, caring approach,” says Dr. Fuller.

Butler County Judge Executive David Fields of Morgantown tries out the Fuller aqua massage machine (Photo provided)

Casie House Stivers, PT, DPT is a Butler County native who now resides in Morgantown with her husband, Jesse. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from Belmont University and also holds two undergraduate degrees. Dr. Stivers has varied clinical experience treating orthopedic and neurologic conditions. She is especially interested in patients who have dizziness or vestibular dysfunction. Dr. Stivers is certified in trigger point dry needling, using it to treat a range of musculoskeletal disorders. As a runner, she is especially interested in athletic injuries and providing education on injury prevention.

Kristen Gary-Brooks is a life-long Butler County resident. She is a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant who graduated from Madisonville Community College with distinction. Prior to that, she served for a decade as a pharmacy technician. Her involvement in various areas of healthcare and the community has also given her experience in outpatient, inpatient and skilled nursing rehabilitation. She has particular interest in orthopedics, neurology and pain management. Kristen is set to marry her fiancé, Scott, this fall. She is a proud 2007 graduate of Butler County High School.

Like the other Fuller Physical Therapy locations, Morgantown will offer the latest techniques and top-quality equipment for pain relief and the quickest recovery time possible. The new aqua massage machine will be introduced at the opening. Like the device in Leitchfield, it offers a relaxing, full body massage with surges of warm water that strike a waterproof barrier between the machine and the patient.

Those who like and share posts about the event on Facebook will receive a free aqua massage at the Grand Opening.

From Fuller Physical Therapy

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