Health Care and Wellness

Phoenix Rehab Acquires TuDor Physical Therapy

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Pittsburgh-based Phoenix Rehabilitation and Health Services has acquired TuDor Physical Therapy as it makes its first foray into Ohio. 

The acquisition of TuDor brings to 117 the total number of clinicsoperated by Phoenix Rehab.

“With Phoenix’s partnership, we are now part of a national practice and will be equipped to provide enhanced benefits and health care to our employees and continue to grow and add to our superb team and services,” said Laura Dye, president and founder of TuDor, in a statement.

Added Phoenix chief operating officer David Angelo, “We are thrilled to have such a well-established group of healthcare professionals join the Phoenix family. The team at TuDor brings a wealth of experience, quality care, and highly specialized treatments to their patients. We look forward to working with the team and expanding our services into Ohio.”

TuDor opened in 1993, and offers a wide range of specialized therapists working in outpatient and at-home settings. The company’s clinics in Austintown, Boardman, Columbiana, Cornersburg, Newton Falls, Poland, Salem and Warren will operate under the Phoenix name. 

Melissa Sanor-Lucas will oversee the sites as director of of clinic operations. Brenda Devenport, Kelly Kovacic and Vincent Ragozine will serve as multisite clinic directors, according to the acquisition announcement.

“TuDor has been proudly providing therapy in the tri-county area since 1993 and joining with Phoenix will allow us to continue our growth and superior care for our community,” Sanor-Lucas said in a statement. “Phoenix will help us fulfill our commitment to providing patients with high-quality, innovative therapy. With Phoenix encouraging continuing education and professional development, our therapists can continue to pride themselves on being on the cutting edge of new procedures and modalities.”

Pictured: Melissa Sanor-Lucas, director of clinic operations; David Angelo, Phoenix chief operating officer; Laura Dye, president and founder of TuDor; and Jessica Perlozzo, Phoenix director of operations.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.