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ATI Physical Therapy announced the opening of a new clinic at the Shops at Waldorf Center at 3018 Festival Way. The clinic, which opened June 30, is ATI’s 28th location in Maryland, according to a news release.

The new location’s rehabilitation services include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, sports specific training and therapeutic modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation.

“We are excited to offer the Waldorf community the highest quality of care and the same positive outcomes that patients have become accustomed to at our other ATI clinics,” Tony Pomponi, senior regional director of ATI Physical Therapy, said in the release.

Donna Jean Regalado, physical therapist, has been named the lead clinician at the Waldorf location. In 1992, Regalado received a bachelor’s of science in physical therapy from AMEC-BCCM, Philippines. She has worked in the outpatient physical therapy clinic setting for more than 15 years treating patients with musculoskeletal, orthopedic and neurological conditions, in addition to sports injuries.

Regalado has completed continuing education courses in manual therapy, kinesio taping and post-operative rehabilitation protocol among others. Her interests include treatment of chronic pain conditions and the promotion of overall health and wellness.

ATI, one of the nation’s leading physical therapy and sports medicine providers, strives to take physical therapy to a higher level by offering expanded hours and complimentary injury screens. Unique to the industry, ATI’s dedicated in-house research department aims to improve patient outcomes through basic science, translational research and evidence-based medicine, according to the release.

ATI has received many local, regional and national accolades for its commitment to quality care and a motivating, patient-friendly environment. The company was named “Best Physical Therapy Company in the Nation” by ADVANCE Rehab Magazine and has achieved URAC core accreditation, recognizing its commitment to quality health care.