Holland & Kelley Physical Therapy and Athletic Reh

Getting Back in the Game: Experienced physical therapy duo helping athletes and beyond

What’s in a name?

For Jason Kelley and Glenn Holland, it’s nearly 50 years of combined experience in the physical therapy game.

And after helping everyone from NFL superstars, high school students and older adults with daily aches and pains at various practices in the region, Holland and Kelley decided it was time for their names to stand on their own.

The newly opened Holland and Kelley Physical Therapy & Athletic Rehab is the first business to set up shop in The Shoppes at Franklin Square at the corner at Franklin Road and Route 228. While the attraction of tens of thousands of motorists passing each day and access to major roadways will help build a client base, Kelley and Holland’s relationships from over the years are the groundwork for their business.

Many clients from the past are making the trip to Cranberry to be treated – some traveling up to 90 minutes to see their familiar faces.

Both Holland and Kelley earned doctorates in physical therapy and have a history of working with some of the best athletes in professional sports. Photos of those clients adorn the wall inside the building’s entrance. With Holland’s specialty and knowledge for overhead athletic injuries, quarterbacks and pitchers have sought him out for help getting back their fast ball.

But Kelley is quick to point out that clients need not be professionals to receive quality treatment. They treat everything from ankle sprains and running injuries to back and neck pain, sciatica and other orthopedic injuries.

“We’re going to take care of everybody, no matter what,” he said. “We love treating everyone, and we treat everyone the same.”

Holland and Kelley, along with their wives, are the sole owners of the venture, meaning each client knows exactly who they’ll see during each visit. The duel role of therapist and owner allows them to create an atmosphere unlike any they’ve worked in before.

That includes an open space with mounted flat screen TVs, and the ability to see patients only when they need help – not on a set, mandated schedule.

“We’re not handcuffed by the rules that hinder patient care,” Kelley said.

All insurances are accepted, and evaluations are arranged within 24 hours. For more information, call 724-591-8900.

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