We’re expanding our footprint in Virginia!
The village of Midlothian, a suburb of Richmond, is the site of the first commercially mined coal in the Colony of Virginia – coal that heated the White House for Thomas Jefferson. It’s also the site of the newest CORA Clinic where we plan on making a little history of our own.
We are proud of our Denovo Team who worked very hard to open our 16th clinic in Virginia. Our local team includes Clinic Manager, David Reynolds, PT, DPT, Sr. Clinic Manager, Tyler Kelly, PTA, ATC, VATL, Patient Service Coordinator, Whitney Stott, Regional Manager, Ron Greer, Regional Sales Manager, Savannah Childers, and Regional Workers’ Compensation Specialist, Alex Brickey, OTR/L.
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On August 10, 2022, the Chesterfield Observer published an article showcasing CORA Midlothian. The Observer, Central Virginia’s largest weekly newspaper and Chesterfield’s only county-wide devoted news source, shared, “One of the things that sets CORA apart from other physical therapy clinics is its ability to see patients quickly – within 24 to 48 hours – sometimes even the same day.” Read the complete article.
“I’m back…well, maybe not all of you know me but I used to be the clinic manager in Hardy, VA. I left CORA to move closer to my family and, with the opening of CORA Midlothian, I’ve now rejoined my CORA family as well!David Reynolds, PT, DPT – Clinic Manager
My specialties include musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders. I utilize various Epley Maneuvers in the treatment of vertigo symptoms and include therapeutic pain neuroscience education into the treatment of acute and persistent pain diagnoses.
I’m all about leveraging the body’s natural healing processes through movement and coming alongside patients to encourage and coach them to manage their impairments with less reliance on medications and surgeries. Outside the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my wife Jenna and our four children.
Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Lynchburg
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CORA Physical Therapy’s Midlothian office opened Aug. 1