EXOS Acquires Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Posted: December 4, 2018 in Chains
PHOENIX, AZ – EXOS, a leader in human performance, announced their acquisition of Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance, a leading physical therapy organization in the Kansas City area.
By combining EXOS methodology with the Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance practices, these eight locations will be able to provide more services and continue to improve the lives of their patients. Kansas City residents will be able to receive physical therapy care, sports performance training, and more, all based on tested practices with elite athletes, military personnel, and corporate employees.
“We’re excited to grow into the Kansas City market and help to further the tremendous foundation that has been established by Travis Neff and the team at Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance,” said Brett Rivers, vice president of operations for EXOS Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. “Boost has created a one-of-a-kind patient experience in the Kansas City market that truly bridges the gap between traditional physical therapy and athletic performance. We look forward to growing with Boost as we incorporate EXOS technologies and experiences from the world of human performance to enhance outcomes and treatment options for everyone in the region.”
With the addition of the Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance locations, EXOS will now have over 70 physical therapy-focused locations to service communities nationwide. Physical therapy has been a part of EXOS’ system since their start in 1999, and this opportunity offers a chance for EXOS to further impact and upgrade lives across the globe.
“We look forward to joining a worldwide organization that is a known leader in sports performance and education, and promotes physical therapy services with a forward-thinking, proactive approach,” said Travis Neff, owner of Boost Physical Therapy and Sports Performance. “We feel this will be a major win for our athletes, patients, and employees across the board.”