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Transition Letter from Jim Magnusson PT/ATC

Dear Physicians and Friends,

We have had some exciting news here at Performance Therapy Centers!

My partner Brian McMahon retired allowing me to open the next chapter of my career overseeing our 3 offices. I found a therapy company to partner with, that holds a similar mission, values and culture. This is of utmost importance to me. When Spine & Sport approached us, we felt it was the right move for our employees and our patients. Spine & Sport shares our commitment to the patient experience and understands the importance of being an integral part of the community that we serve. Also joining forces with Spine & Sport offers unique growth opportunities for our employees, we are now Employee Owned and with new locations on the horizon more opportunities for our staff to grow and serve more patients.

Personally, I am enthusiastic to stay on to mentor more Physical Therapists and continue to treat patients in the Oxnard/Camarillo and Ventura Areas. Ventura County and Performance Therapy Center have been my home for many years, and with this new chapter, I am proud of the continued high-quality treatment we will continue offer to our patients. I appreciate your continued support and look forward to a better 2021!

Thank you!

Jim Magnusson PT/ATC

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