AmeriCare Physical Therapy Grand Opening in Mountainside

Mountainside's Mayor Paul Mirabelli holding the scissors with owners Susan and Nikhil Rele and their two daughters Ayesha (left) and Nisha (right). Credits: M Scarlett

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – AmeriCare Physical Therapy had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to celebrate its Grand Opening  at 1111 Route 22 East in Mountainside.

“We are really happy to be in our new space,” said Susan Rele, co-owner of AmeriCare.  “My husband Nikhil and I are very grateful for everyone who came and for all our clients who are enjoying the new space.  We were overwhelmed with the amount of support we received from the community; the Grand Opening Celebration was a success!”

More than 50 guests walked through the clinic’s red doors with cards, orchids and gifts. In attendance were local business owners, the Mountainside Rotary Club, current and past clients as well as Mountainside’s Mayor, Paul Mirabelli, who was on hand to cut the ribbon.

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“It was a real community gathering,” says Nancy A., a five-year employee at AmeriCare Physical Therapy. “You could feel the local support.”

AmeriCare Physical Therapy is an outpatient orthopedic clinic specializing in back, neck and sports injuries. The facility uses evidence based practices coupled with hands-on-care to deliver the best care to its patients.

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