HealthWorks was recently featured in a news article by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette announcing our celebration of 40 years in business! Check out the article below:

HealthWorks Rehab & Fitness, a leading physical therapy organization in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, is celebrating 40 years in business by hosting a variety of fun open house events with food, drinks, prizes and entertainment.

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HealthWorks Rehab & Fitness is the physical therapy clinic West Virginians turn to when they want to rehabilitate their musculoskeletal injuries, improve their health and fitness, and return to work, sports or their day to day activities as soon as possible.

Currently celebrating its 40th anniversary, the practice is thanking all the patients that have helped them grow to become the premiere physical therapy and rehabilitation organization in West Virginia by holding a variety of fun open house events with food, drinks and prizes.

These events will be happening throughout the week of May 13th-18th throughout HealthWorks’ eight locations in Morgantown, Fairmont, Buckhannon, Westover, Cheat Lake, Blacksville, Mon Health Medical Center, and Smithfield PA.

Each location will feature different ways to celebrate, including food trucks from Pyles of Pasta or Charlie Heard’s Best BBQ Ever, catering by Terra Café, WVU sports trivia games and even a dunk tank so everyone can have fun dipping their favorite therapists in the water.

There will also be several prizes given away, including free massages, free personal training sessions and free fitness memberships at HealthWorks’ state-of-the-art flagship facility in Morgantown. 

Arlene Hayes, a spokesperson at HealthWorks, explains the desire to share this celebration with their community:

 “For the last 40 years we have been proud to help our friends and neighbors feel, move and live better. And it’s because of them that we’ve grown to become the top physical therapists in the area. So we want to say thank you and invite them all to come celebrate.”

Jack Brautigam, CEO of HealthWorks, added:

“Throughout the years, a number of outstanding clinical and fitness specialists have provided exemplary care for our patients and members. Those who have left have gone on to work in major health care positions throughout the country, start their own businesses, and work in intercollegiate athletics and professional sports.  After 40 years of patient care in physical therapy, occupational programs, and fitness, our staff has never been stronger than it is today in 2019! I consider it both a blessing and an honor to have worked with the great individuals that comprise this organization for the past 30 years.”

To find out more about all the 40th anniversary celebrations the HealthWorks Rehab & Fitness has planned and the prizes, food and entertainment on offer, people in West Virginia can visit their website at