Benchmark Physical Therapy

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Benchmark Physical Therapy
Benchmark Physical Therapy is listed in the Physical Therapists category in Dunlap, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Benchmark Physical Therapy which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Benchmark Physical Therapy on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Benchmark Physical Therapy is:
15653 Rankin Ave
Dunlap, TN 37327
(423) 949-2793

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Benchmark Physical Therapy has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that Benchmark Physical Therapy has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Dunlap, Tennessee is 28 and in the category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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BenchMark is in Boston! If you're in town for the APTA Next Conference, be sure to stop by our booth #615 to say... fb.me/1LuplQ2iY

BenchMark is in Boston! If you're in town for the APTA Next Conference, be sure to stop by our booth #615 to say hi, ask us questions and grab some swag! Why BenchMark Rehab Partners? -Outpatient Setting in 13 states with almost 300 clinics -PT, PTA, OT and COTA positions nationwide -12 Month structured New Grad Mentorship program -Career Development and Growth Opportunities -In house accredited OCS Residency + Manual Fellowship as well as a new Hand Therapy Residency -Great benefits, compensation packages, and bonus structure -Community involvement and philanthropy initiatives -Fun culture and MORE! #APTA #APTANEXT #NEXTConference #Boston #PhysicalTherapy #SPT #DPT #PT #ChoosePT

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We are proud of our very own Keith Myers! The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association awarded BenchMark Physical... fb.me/29LfHB4sf

We are proud of our very own Keith Myers! The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association awarded BenchMark Physical Therapy’s Keith Myers, PTA, MBA, CEAS III. CEFE, the Outstanding Physical Therapist Assistant of the Year Award.
The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association awarded BenchMark Physical Therapy’s Keith Myers, PTA, MBA, CEAS III. CEFE, the Outstanding Physical Therapist Assistant of the Year Award.


We are proud of our very own Keith Myers! The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association awarded BenchMark Physical... fb.me/19Is8iNHR


We are proud of our very own Keith Myers! The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association awarded BenchMark Physical... fb.me/7J1ssE0Ik

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