ProActive Physical Therapy is proud to announce their partnership with Confluent Health, a Louisville, Kentucky-based private practice who will now provide management services for their nine clinics in Oregon and Washington.

The agreement, effective immediately, maintains the ProActive Physical Therapy name and leverages the high focus they’ve placed on excellent patient care and compassion since opening their doors in 2002. Through Confluent Health, ProActive’s clinicians will have greater access to Evidence In Motion’s nationally recognized physical therapy education programs. It also provides ProActive with access to financial support to fuel further expansion across the region.

“We are honored to become part of the Confluent Health family,” said ProActive Owner Steve Alstot, PT. “Since ProActive was founded, our mission has been to provide excellent customer service and outstanding physical therapy to our patients.  This partnership allows us to continue in that fashion and we look forward to future growth with our partner Confluent Health.”

“We could not be more excited to welcome ProActive Physical Therapy to the family,” said Confluent Health President and CEO Larry Benz, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA.  “Their patient-centered culture and drive to support their community makes them the perfect match for Confluent Health, and I look forward to seeing how we come together to benefit our employees, our patients, and our communities.”

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About ProActive Physical Therapy: 
Founded in 2002, ProActive Physical Therapy is focused on providing excellent customer service while delivering outstanding physical therapy and superior functional outcomes from its nine clinics in Oregon and Washington. ProActive’s clinicians specialize in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic, sports, work place/industrial, and motor vehicle injuries, as well as advanced specialized treatment for women’s health, lymphedema, visceral, and TMD (jaw) problems. They emphasize hands on care, active exercise, outstanding communication with the patient and their medical provider, patient education, and a home program for outstanding outcomes and long term benefits.