Knight Society is proud to announce that Atlantic Physical Therapy Center has come onboard as an official corporate partner. To kick off the partnership, Knight Society student-athletes Antwone Woolfolk and Derek Simpson will be special guests at the grand opening of Atlantic Physical Therapy Center’s new Englishtown location from Noon to 2 PM on Saturday, April 29th.
“Knight Society is excited to work together with Rutgers student-athletes and Atlantic Physical Therapy Center,” said Geo Baker, co-founder of Knight Society. “There are no better ambassadors than athletes when it comes to taking care of your body. We thank Atlantic Physical Therapy Center for taking the initiative in supporting Rutgers student-athletes via NIL.”
The goal of Atlantic Physical Therapy Center is to provide unparalleled care for individuals seeking to recover from injury, restore function and maximize performance. Their clinical team educates clients while working to help them achieve results they thought were unattainable. The staff aims to deliver individualized service with a passion and expertise that is unique in the physical therapy industry.
“As lifelong residents in the State of New Jersey and participants in the sport of basketball, both as collegiate players and now as coaches for our kids, basketball has always been a passion of ours,” said Dave and Mike Manzo, co-founders of Atlantic Physical Therapy Center. “When we heard about how Knight Society was providing an opportunity to use New Jersey based college athletes as an avenue to give back to the residents of the communities we serve in New Jersey, we felt that Atlantic Physical Therapy Center would be a great fit. Geo has been a great ambassador for both the New Jersey collegiate athletes and for Atlantic Physical Therapy Center, and we are thrilled to be working with him.”
Throughout its 34 locations across Middlesex, Mercer, Monmouth and Ocean County, Atlantic Physical Therapy Center offers services ranging from outpatient physical therapy to specific rehabilitation centers that focus on pelvic health and wellness, workers compensation related injuries, hand therapy and concussion management. Additional services at Atlantic Physical Therapy Center include EPAT therapy, myofascial cupping, kinesio taping and the Alter G Antigravity Treadmill. To find the Atlantic Physical Therapy Center closest to you, make sure to visit them online.
The grand opening event on April 29th for the new Atlantic Physical Therapy Center location at 55 Willow Lane in Englishtown is open to the public. All are invited to the celebration, where you will have the opportunity to meet Rutgers Basketball players Antwone Woolfolk and Derek Simpson from Noon to 2 PM.
Knight Society is a community organized by former Rutgers Basketball player Geo Baker and former Rutgers Football player Eric LeGrand that supports Rutgers student-athletes through NIL (Name Image Likeness). Knight Society also hosts events to initiate networking and promotional opportunities within the Rutgers ecosystem.