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Pro Rehab


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A the Castle Valley economic summit, the local session proved to be a big hit with summit goers. The first local business to present was Pro Rehab from Castle Dale. This new business specializes in all types of physical therapy and also houses a wellness/fitness center with a personal trainer available for individual instruction.

Scott Labrum gave the presentation for the business. He attributes their success to finding the right partners. They also began with home health and have expanded their services from their Price location to Castle Dale, East Carbon and Green River. They serve three nursing homes and two home health providers. The merger to offer a lot of services and draw on the talents of those involved in the business have been a real plus for Pro Rehab. They have come together to share resources. "If you're not a entrepreneur, then find a partner who is," instructed Labrum. "We are a community oriented people. We have a vested interest in the communities because we live here. We have had a lot of good support and good people giving good advice. We have had a lot of help. We revamped an older existing building. It turned out beautiful. We have been grateful for people supporting us," said Labrum.


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