A Week In Business

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Business Relocates

BERLIN — Eastern Shore Physical Therapy recently relocated to its new office at 314 Franklin Avenue, Suite 405, in Berlin‘s Medical Professional Complex.

Eastern Shore Physical Therapy provides one-on-one care to each and every patient. Staff completes a thorough evaluation and then develops specific goals to meet the patient’s needs. The personal manual therapy approach is why Eastern Shore Physical Therapy has such a high patient satisfaction. Offerings include a comprehensive range of physical therapy services, such as manual therapy, vestibular rehab, sports rehab, orthopedic rehab, fitness & wellness, foot & ankle, back & neck therapy and neurological rehab.

Martin Weinstein, PT, MPT, OMPT is the co-owner of Eastern Shore Physical Therapy and he recently became an Orthopedic Manual Therapist, which enables him to effectively treat a wide variety of neck, back and joint dysfunctions with muscle energy techniques, mobilizations and manipulations. His extensive training in manual therapy has provided him with the superior skills to treat patients with a variety of back, neck and sacroiliac joint dysfunctions. He completed his training under the instruction of internationally renowned manual physical therapist Jim Meadows. Martin has been practicing outpatient physical therapy for 15 years. He and his wife, Kathleen Weinstein, PT, DPT, opened Eastern Shore Physical Therapy in 2003.
Visit www.easternshorept.com for more information.

Top Producers Named
BERLIN — Re/Max Premier Properties has named its top producers for the month of October.

Top listing agents are Pam Price and Joel Maher, both from the Salisbury Office, along with Bill Hunt from the Ocean City Office. Top sales agents for the month are Bill Hunt, Pam Price, and Edie Brennan, from the Ocean Pines Office.

New Designation Earned

WILLARDS – Laura Deeley Bren, President of Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley, has successfully completed the annual continuing education requirement of the Society of Certified

Insurance Counselors.

To earn this prestigious designation, Bren attended five courses covering all phases of the insurance business and passed five comprehensive examinations. Additionally, The National Alliance requires annual attendance in the program to maintain the designation.

Bren, a 15-year veteran of the industry, has been a CIC since 2001. Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley believes the insurance profession is best served by those who acquire and maintain a high standard of professionalism by meeting the continuing education requirements of the Certified Insurance Counselors Program.

AGH Observes Nurse Week

BERLIN — As the health care provider shortage continues to top the national agenda, it is important that the public be aware that there are more than 155,000 nurse practitioners (NPs) in the United States who provide high-quality, cost-effective, comprehensive, patient-centered care to patients across the country.

NPs are licensed, expert clinicians with advanced education (most have master’s and many have doctorate degrees) and extensive clinical training who provide primary, acute and specialty health care services. In addition to providing a full range of services, NPs work as partners with their patients, guiding them to make educated health care decisions and healthy lifestyle choices. The confidence that patients have in NP – delivered health care is evidenced by the more than 600 million visits made to NPs every year.

NPs are informed regarding the unique concerns of diverse patient populations and in touch with the needs of each individual. Through a partnership with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) and Joining Forces (a White House initiative to raise awareness of the health care needs of veterans, active service members and their families), NPs are increasingly well prepared to care for the important patient group.

National Nurse Practitioner Week, Nov. 11-17, is a time to celebrate these exceptional health care providers and remind lawmakers of the importance of removing outdated barriers to practice so the NPs will be allowed to practice to the full extent of their experience and education.

More than 22 nurse practitioners provide care across the health care spectrum at Atlantic General Hospital and Health System.

PRMC Offers Free
Flu Shots To Veterans

SALISBURY — In honor of Veterans Day and in appreciation for the service by all veterans of the Delmarva Peninsula, Peninsula Regional Medical Center will again this year offer free flu shots to veterans and their spouses.

The free shots will be offered on Monday, Nov. 12, from 2-5 p.m. in the auditorium of the Avery W. Hall Educational Center, located on the Peninsula Regional campus on the corner of Waverly Drive and Vine Street, Salisbury. Free parking is available in Garage B.

Military ID to prove service to the nation is requested, but appointments are not necessary. Please call 410-543-7766 for more information or directions.

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