Mangiarelli Rehab Expands, Renovates PT Clinic

HOWLAND TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Mangiarelli Rehabilitation, a family-owned outpatient physical therapy clinic, this week celebrated 10 years of service to the community with a ribbon-cutting at its newly expanded and renovated facility.
Joining the clinic staff at the event were Brett Carnahan, vice president of commercial lending at 717 Credit Union, and Howland Township Trustees Dan Morgan, Rick Clark and Dr. James LaPolla Jr.

Owner Paula Mangiarelli started Mangiarelli Rehabilitation in 2010. Today the clinic employs 10 and offers all the current modalities for rehabilitation services including a warm-water therapy pool, she says.

“I started Mangiarelli Rehabilitation because I wanted to have a clinic where a therapist could provide specialized care,” Mangiarelli says. “My vision was to have multiple therapists who could specialize and in doing so, provide our patients with a number of options for care.” 
The expansion brought the clinic’s building at 8935 E. Market St. to 6,500 square feet.

The upgrades include:

  • A new unit to improve the warm water therapy and ensure patients using water therapy can do so in comfortably heated water and room temperature.
  • Remodeled patient locker rooms. 
  • Expanded area for treating injured worker rehabilitation patients and hand and wrist injuries.
  • Astro Turf for the sports rehabilitation program and use in senior balance programs,
  • BTE PrimusRS testing equipment for athletes to determine the athlete’s ability, progress, and safe return to sport based on objective measurements from time of injury to return to sport.

Mangiarelli Rehabilitation offers dry needling, sports injury and workers’ comp rehabilitation as well as therapeutic boxing rehabilitation for Parkinson’s disease patients, a women’s health program, and post-operative rehabilitation.

Pictured at top, from left: Lenore Mangiarelli, Robert Mangiarelli, Sarah Mangiarelli-Boyle, Michael Mangiarelli and owner Paula Mangiarelli. Second row: Brett Carnahan, Dan Morgan, Rick Clark, Jenifer Kiernan-Story, Sue Davis, Drena Smith, Dr. James LaPolla Jr., Patti Ciferno and Alaina Colella. Missing from photo: Barbra Enyeart.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.