Berkeley Heights Businesses to Host World Wellness Weekend September 21-22

Excel Physical Therapy and Massage Envy to offer complimentary services

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ —Local businesses Excel Orthopedic Physical Therapy and Massage Envy will join more than 2000 spas, salons, yoga studios, fitness clubs, and sport associations worldwide in celebrating the 3rd annual World Wellness Weekend—an international event dedicated to helping people adopt healthier lifestyles. 

On Saturday, September 21st and Sunday, September 22nd from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, residents can stop by the Berkeley Heights Shopping Plaza on Springfield Avenue to take advantage of complimentary health and wellness services and demonstrations. 

Excel Orthopedic Physical Therapy (410A Springfield Avenue) will be offering functional movement screens, modality treatments, and 10-minute stretching sessions. Experienced physical therapists and sports injury specialists will be on hand to provide consultations for any injuries or ailments. Neighboring business Massage Envy (404 Springfield Avenue) will offer complimentary skin care analysis, a 10-minute trial of Rapid Tension Relief, or a 10-minute trial of Total Body Stretch. 

While appointments are not required, those tight on time can request a time slot online through the World Wellness Weekend website.  

For more information, please contact EXCEL at 908-516-8300 or Massage Envy at 908-464-0070. 


EXCEL Orthopedic Physical Therapy specializes in the provision of comprehensive physical therapy to individuals following joint replacement, arthroscopic and reconstructive surgeries, as well as spine surgeries. In addition to post-surgical therapy, we pride ourselves in the treatment of patients with non-surgical orthopedic, sports, and spinal-related injuries. 

We strive to offer an exemplary model of patient care in a professional and caring environment. Our skilled staff of highly trained physical therapists have extensive experience in treating advanced orthopedic injuries, and are referred by many of the area's and nation's top physicians. 

We have treated many members of the New Jersey Devils and New York Giants and are the preferred physical therapy provider for the NCAA Division 1 sports program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. At EXCEL we bring the same level of expertise, experience and care to all of our patients, ranging from school-aged children to seniors to high-level athletes. 

Our foundation for success has been built upon providing exceptional quality care, while maintaining an unsurpassed level of professional standards and customer/patient service. 

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Excel Physical Therapy and Massage Envy to offer complimentary services

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ —Local businesses Excel Orthopedic Physical Therapy and Massage Envy will join more than 2000 spas, salons, yoga studios, fitness clubs, and sport associations worldwide in celebrating the 3rd annual World Wellness Weekend—an international event dedicated to helping people adopt healthier ...

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