Trinity Rehab to hold Ribbon Cutting on Dec. 2

Business. The public is invited to an Open House and Ribbon Cutting at Trinity Rehab. Ronald F. Francioli, Mayor of Hanover Township will be among those attending.

25 Nov 2019 | 10:01

    Trinity Rehab, an all-inclusive physical therapy and rehabilitation center providing comprehensive treatment for patients of all ages, walks of life and fitness levels, will host a complimentary open house and wellness event at 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday Dec. 2 at its newly opened facility at new Hanover Commons Plaza next to ShopRite at 170 E. Hanover Avenue in Hanover Township. The free event is open to the public and will feature an official ribbon-cutting with Hanover Township Mayor Ronald F. Francioli and other guests. It is also the kick off of its community drive, in which Trinity Rehab will provide free screenings throughout December.

    Led by Trinity Rehab Northern Regional Director, Keith Scott, MPT, OCS, the on-site team will provide prevention tips and rehabilitation treatment options, including one of the greatest safety risks when winter weather looms - slips, trips and falls. Attendees of the open house will have an opportunity to tour the facility, participate in a raffle, meet the center staff, test the state-of-the-art AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill and schedule a one-on-one wellness consultation.

    Trinity Rehab not only treats injuries but strongly believes in prevention through education. It is inherent in the Trinity Rehab Three T – Technology, Teamwork and Tailor-Fit – Approach taken with all patients but equally for the community as a whole.

    “This open house is a great way to introduce area residents to the Trinity Rehab culture and our pledge of excellence as well as become integral members of the community working together to make a difference," said Scott.

    Founded in 2001, Trinity Rehab is an all-inclusive physical therapy and rehabilitation center that treats patients of all ages, walks of life and fitness levels for back and neck pain, orthopedic injuries, post-operative rehab, sports related injuries, auto or work accidents, hand therapy and other common or rare conditions. For more information, visit or call (800) 518-0977.