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Physical therapist opens new practice
Physical therapist Jacqueline Barr has opened the Sports Cranio/Sacral Center of North Carolina at 424 E. Bank St. to treat injured athletes.
Barr has 35 years of experience dealing with sports injuries. She has a master’s degree in physical therapy from Boston University.
Barr says she enjoys working with all ages but particularly likes working with athletes. She trains athletes in how to manage their injuries and about the consequences of untreated or improperly managed injuries.
Barr will offer a 20-minute “discovery” visit for questions about treatment and a physical diagnosis. She offers reports on the five tests for functional movement and four things to help recovery from a concussion, also for free. To get the reports, call 704-640-0202 or email email@example.com.
For more information, visit www.jacquelinebarrmspt.com.
RowanWORKS hires director of business development
SALISBURY – Kendall Henderson is the new director of business development for RowanWORKS.
Henderson is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with six years of experience in business development. Most recently, she worked for Phase 3 Marketing and Communications in Charlotte as senior business development manager.
In her new position, Henderson will be responsible for identifying and recruiting business leads through direct marketing and relationship management.
She will begin her new job on Monday.
“I am beyond thrilled to have been given this opportunity and could not feel more honored,” Henderson said. “It is quite the undertaking, but I’m ready for the challenge. I’m so passionate about Rowan County and feel optimistic about taking us to the next level.”
Rowan County enters 2017 with a number of recently announced corporate expansions and relocations, indicating a renewed interest in the community as a business destination, the agency said.
“Economic development in Rowan County has experienced some recent unprecedented momentum,” said Stephen Kidd, chairman of the RowanWORKS board of directors.
“Kendall brings a strong track record of marketing success to Rowan County, and we believe she is going to help jump-start the county’s outreach, business recruitment and economic development efforts,” said Greg Edds, chairman of the Rowan County Board of Commissioners.
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