Phoenix Rehabilitation and Health Services has acquired Youngstown-based TuDor Physical Therapy, which becomes the company’s first group of clinics in Ohio. This brings Phoenix’s total clinics to 117 across the United States.
The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
TuDor, founded in 1993, provides outpatient therapy and home care services in the tri-county area. The company has 10 outpatient clinics that will continue to provide therapy services to the entire community. TuDor’s clinics are in Austintown, Boardman, Columbiana, Cornersburg, Newton Falls, Poland, Salem and Warren.
Melissa Sanor-Lucas will lead the Ohio-based clinics as director of clinic operations, with Brenda Devenport, Kelly Kovacic and Vincent K. Ragozine serving as multi-site clinic directors.
Blairsville, Pennsylvania-headquartered Phoenix has over 100 locations in Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Ohio and Washington D.C. to serve its customers’ needs for physical therapy, occupational therapy and workplace health services.