After Spokane resident Trey Nichols was laid off from a home health care agency at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, he took a leap of faith by starting his own mobile outpatient physical therapy practice that brings services to clients’ homes and workplaces.
Nichols, who has more than seven years of experience in acute care, skilled nursing facilities and home health, launched Northwest Mobile Physical Therapy Specialists in July.
Since then, the demand for mobile physical therapy services has been growing as more clients are preferring to stay home rather than visit clinics during the pandemic, Nichols said.
“You don’t have to spend your time driving to a
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