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Rehab 2 Perform Opens Germantown Location

October 27, 2017

More like a fitness center than a doctor’s office, Rehab 2 Perform, owned by Dr. Josh Funk, opened its second location in Germantown.

   Rehab 2 Perform celebrated the grand opening of their new facility by conducting a “Ribbon Cutting” Ceremony on Friday, Oct. 20. The new location is at 20310 Seneca Meadows Parkway, Suite B, in Germantown.      

   Rehab 2 Perform is a unique physical therapy experience. They provide innovative Physical Therapy, Sports Rehab and Performance Training services. The GGCC, along with the Clarksburg Chamber, were supported Dr. Funk at the grand opening of his second location.

   A hybrid between traditional physical therapy and personal training, R2P provide solutions to improve movement and help you achieve your goals. Their services cater to all athletes – from beginners and youths to career athletes and everyone in between.

   “In our mutual goal of improving your health and performance, it is through education that we are able to empower you to take control of the process,” according to the website. “At Rehab 2 Perform, it is our goal to provide you with education and solutions that not only give you the physicality necessary to perform now, but perform for life.”

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