The PT Minute: “How will the new SPARK 2.0 space be a benefit to clients/patients?”


The PT Minute

This week’s PT Minute question:
How will the new SPARK 2.0 space be a benefit to clients/patients?

Dr. Carlos J Berio –  “SPARK 2.0 will allow us to treat more of the competitive movers in our community in a way that places them right in the game. Our new space, new equipment and new team members expand our reach and the depth to which our clients will experience a game changing level of care that they will experience no where else!”

Dr. Ivy Jordan –  “The new and improved SPARK 2.0 will allow us to provide more comprehensive services and programs to better serve our clients. The larger space provides the opportunity for additional sport specific programs as well as athletic development and injury prevention seminars for our athletic community.”

DPT Nathan Rogers – “The brand new Spark 2.0 is a beautiful space with so much more room for activities. Combine that with the new toys we have at our disposal, and you have the prospect of a grueling workout that is fun and exciting. How can you not be excited by the huge cinder block wall and dog sled? I mean come on, its a no brainer!”

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Nicole J. Babka, BS, CPT, HKC

Office Administrator / Certified Personal Trainerspark-2015-web-2

As Office Administrator, I develop and maintain relationships with my new and existing clients/patients.   I endeavor to educate the community about our company and its products, ensure client/patient satisfaction and develop new business opportunities. I use my organizational skills to manage multiple clients/patients. I use my nutritional knowledge, experience, and love of fitness to coach clients/patients in making, and more importantly, maintaining, healthy lifestyle changes.