Renue Physical Therapy clinic opens inside Greater Midland Community Center

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Renue Physical Therapy has partnered with Greater Midland Community Center to provide on-site physical therapy services to GMCC members and the surrounding community.

After originally opening in March 2020, the clinic was temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though GMCC has not yet re-opened as a fitness facility, the Renue Physical Therapy clinic is allowed to open as an essential healthcare service.

Managing Partner Alicia Heading, PT, DPT will oversee operations at the Renue clinic. Heading is also the managing partner at Renue Physical Therapy – Midland at 2524 W. Wackerly St., where she has served patients since 2013, as well as a clinic inside Primrose Retirement Community – Midland serving Primrose residents. Crystal Parker, PT, DPT will treat patients at the GMCC clinic.



“We’ve had great success helping patients at our clinics on Wackerly and at Primrose, but Midland has such a large footprint,” said Heading. “Having another Midland clinic inside Greater Midland Community Center helps us reach more patients with the convenience to meet their health and fitness goals all in one location. We are proud to partner with an organization that has such a positive community impact.”


Along with physical therapy services, the partnership will include collaboration between Renue Physical Therapy and GMCC to provide free health screening programs and health education.

“We look forward to partnering with Renue Physical Therapy to offer even more value to our members and community,” said GMCC Executive Director Kevin Heye. “Our community loves to stay active, and the ability to receive physical therapy on-site will help our residents stay healthy and thrive.”


A ribbon cutting will be held at the GMCC clinic at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28. The clinic is now accepting new patients. Those wishing to schedule an appointment can call 989-923-1987.

– Processed by Victoria Ritter, vritter@mdn.net

— to www.ourmidland.com

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