New physical therapy clinic opens at Cambridge Square

Cambridge Square is in the Ooltewah community in Chattanooga, Tenn.
photo Cambridge Square in Ooltewah

Summit Physical Therapy, which was founded and is co-owned by Chattanooga businessmen Dan Dotson and Kevin Kostka, will open a 2,700-square-foot outpatient physical therapy clinic at Cambridge Square in Ooltewah this fall.

Kostka and Dotson announced today that they plan to add the new location by November. Summit Physical Therapy already has two outpatient orthopedic clinics inside the local Sportsbarns, three geriatric clinics, a home health service division, and a specialized practice which serves the UTC Mocs Sports Medicine team. The Cambridge Square practice will serve as its third outpatient/sports medicine clinic.

"We surveyed our previous clients and they encouraged us to open an Ooltewah location," said Kostka. "After speaking with the Cambridge Square team we found that our vision and purpose aligned. We are a locally owned company and the Cambridge Square project places a great deal of emphasis on supporting local business owners. Our goal is to help and heal as many people in this community as we can because we believe in Chattanooga and we believe in the Ooltewah community."

Cambridge Square is a commercial, retail and residential development located at the corner of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway in Ooltewah. Summit Physical Therapy is the project's 15th tenant to be announced so far.

Summit focuses on orthopedics, sports medicine, and injury prevention. Therapist's specialties include pain management and treatment for the spine, hips, knees, shoulders, treating concussions, running and return to sport programs.