Clinic hosts grand reopening, open house Aug. 21

Company moves to a larger, more accessible building at the Auburn Sounder Station

  • Wednesday, August 8, 2018 1:55pm
  • Business

Circle Creek Therapy celebrates its new facility with a grand reopening and open house on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m.

The company moved in April to a newer, larger, more accessible building at the Auburn Sounder Station, at 110 Second St. SW, Suite 110.

Owner and speech-language pathologist Courtni Doherty is excited about adding large play-therapy spaces, more treatment rooms and a small kitchenette for functional therapy. Circle Creek Therapy now offers physical therapy and occupational therapy services alongside its established speech-language pathology services.

Doherty opened the former location in November 2015 in hopes of helping to satisfy the immense need in the area for speech and language services. As the company grew, it ran out of space at its 900-square-foot clinic.

“I’m excited about the opportunities that our larger space gives us,” Doherty said about the new, 3,400-square-foot facility. “We will be able to serve even more patients now that we are offering physical and occupational therapy alongside our speech-language therapy services.

“There continues to be a great need in our area for therapy services. Many of the pediatric facilities in our area have long waiting lists, and there are limited options available for adult patients,” Doherty added.

Circle Creek Therapy is accepting new patients and serves Auburn, Federal Way, Kent and other surrounding communities.

For more information, please visit circlecreektherapy.com

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