Therapist brings new technique to the area for patients experiencing pain

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One South African physical therapist is steering a new path for treatment and has expanded his practice to the Beavercreek area. Greg Mackenzie, owner and physical therapist of Xcel Sports Medicine, Hands-On Physical Therapy opened his third location at 3878 Indian Ripple Road. His practice is one of the few qualified facility in the Dayton area to offer a technique called ASTYM (A-stim). It’s a non-invasive process that helps break down the scar tissue and rejuvenate muscles, tendons and ligaments. Also, he has lead the way to acceptance of utilizing dry needling procedures that help patients with chronic pain.

“We’re trying to just get the word out that we’re in Beavercreek. I don’t think many people know that we’re here,” Xcel Sports Medicine Practice Manager, Erin Barlow said.  The location is nestled in the back of a shopping center across the street from the Speedway and Cassano’s Pizza.

Mackenzie was…

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