BreakThrough Physical Therapy Welcomes New Chief Operating Officer
BreakThrough Physical Therapy welcomes Mark Watson, MPT, MBA, OCS, as the company´s new Chief Operating Officer.
Greensboro, N.C. (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
BreakThrough Physical Therapy welcomes Mark Watson, MPT, MBA, OCS, as the company´s new Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Watson joins BreakThrough after an extensive search to find an executive with a broad range of leadership capabilities and significant accomplishments in the physical therapy profession.
Watson brings to Breakthrough more than 15 years of clinical and managerial experience. In his role as COO, he will oversee the company´s day-to-day operating activities, set strategic direction, and provide expert care to patients and leadership for directors.
“Mark brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of results,” says BreakThrough CEO, Jeff Hathaway, DPT. “His clinical and leadership success and commitment to quality care will make him a valuable asset to BreakThrough´s patients, staff, and its surrounding community.”
Mark earned his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Duquesne University and his MBA in Health Systems Administration from Waynesburg University. He is an Orthopedic Certified Specialist.
“It is a privilege to join the leadership team at BreakThrough Physical Therapy,” says Mark Watson, MPT, MBA, OCS. “I am excited to be part of a family of clinics that has the reputation of delivering compassionate, comprehensive physical therapy care with excellent results.”
About BreakThrough Physical Therapy:
BreakThrough Physical Therapy is a private physical therapy practice with six locations in Greensboro, Fayetteville, Morehead City, and Winston Salem, North Carolina. All BreakThrough physios utilize the newest research to deliver the best results for patients in the fewest visits. BreakThrough physios pride themselves in being experts in physical therapy, delivering hands-on treatment to achieve optimal results for patients suffering from sports related injuries, back pain, achy joints, wounded hands, and work injuries. For more information visit BreakThroughPTClinics.com.
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