Personal touch gives Apex Physical Therapy leg up on competition

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By Thomas Barr

 SHEPHERDSVILLE — Patrick Myers knows that his Apex physical therapy clinics are not associated with big-time medical companies.

He enjoys providing an independent practice where patients can find relief from a variety of ailments in a warm, family environment.

With the growth over the past year in the Hillview practice, Myers decided it was time to open a facility in Shepherdsville.

A ribbon-cutting was recently held at the office located on Highway 44 East across from The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County.

“It is good to bring jobs to a community,” said Myers. “”We want to be your choice when you need a physical therapist.”

In setting up an office, Myers said all four locations, including one in eastern Jefferson County and another in Oldham County, are places where patients feel comfortable.

He insists on good lighting, wood flooring and the most current magazines to read.

To make a business grow, he said putting every patient first is the key. “Each patient is our number one focus.”

When people are looking for options, Myers said he wants them to think Apex physical therapy.

“They want quality medical service like they used to get,” said Myers. “We must elevate our game.”

Besides offering physical therapy, the business offers things like personal trainers and therapeutic massages.

“Our business is a lot about wellness now,” said Myers.

When the staff provides quality service, referrals will be the best advertisement, said Myers.

The Shepherdsville Apex office is open Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. and stays open until 6 p.m. every day but Thursday, which it closes at Noon.