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Leesburg football star comes home to help run new physical therapy facility

Grant Westbrook grew up in Leesburg, was a standout on the football team at Heritage High School, and went on to play at James Madison University. So, it’s fair to say he knows a thing or two about athletes and the physical challenges they can face.

That’s why he’s now a Doctor of Physical Therapy and why he came back to Leesburg to work with patients here at the newly opened Rehab 2 Perform Physical Therapy facility in Leesburg.

“I’m so happy to be home and I can’t wait to get more involved,” Dr. Westbrook said. “I’m looking forward to helping local athletes and really anyone who is active to move better, conquer pain, and achieve their fitness goals.”

Westbrook is joined in Leesburg by Dr. Kelly Yates, DPT, who is the center’s Pelvic Floor and Female Health Specialist.

Dr. Kelly Yates, DPT, works with a client at Rehab 2 Perform.

Rehab 2 Perform — abbreviated to R2P — believes everyone is an athlete at some level — whether just taking regular walks or pursuing a high-impact, competitive sport. This is why the team at the clinic takes a unique approach to physical therapy, trying to make it feel more like a satisfying workout than a visit to the doctor’s office.

Whether you’re recovering from a major injury or just dealing with daily aches and pains, R2P — located at 38 Catoctin Circle, Suite 38-Ccreates personalized plans of care. They also have a registered dietician on staff to provide nutrition and diet counseling that can enhance your recovery.

R2P also offers a unique set of services aimed at new mothers and mothers-to-be with its Pregnancy & Postpartum therapy plans. Having a baby doesn’t mean a fitness routine needs to go away.

To find out more about the holistic services at Rehab 2 Perform, including their Free Injury Consults and free Movement Screenings, head over to the R2P website here. And check out the video below where the company’s founder and CEO, Dr. Josh Funk, explains what makes R2P so different — and so special.

Why is R2P Different? Listen in to Dr. Funk!

(This is a sponsored post on behalf of Rehab 2 Perform.)