Performance Health & Fitness

We are sad to announce that due to an electrical fire on 10/13, we are temporarily closed. There was considerable electrical damage and extensive smoke damage, but, thankfully, the fire was after-hours and no one was hurt. Thanks to the quick response of our local and surrounding town fire departments, the damage was not as bad as what could have been. Serv Pro started the cleanup process this morning, but we do not have a timeline yet for re-opening. We are hopeful that we can stage a sectioned opening which will allow certain parts of the building to be opened without having to wait for the entire gym to be ready. Please stay tuned for more updates. We thank you for your continued support and apologize for the inconvenience.

Hunter and PHF Staff

 

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June 12, 2020 

UPDATE

We are very excited that the Governor has given the ok for gyms to open on June 15th, 2020 so long as we’re able to follow the guidelines that will be outlined below. We have put a great deal of time and effort into making sure we can comply with the Governor’s guidelines which include CDC recommendations and will need your help. Please read and become familiar with the guidelines so that we can open and remain open.

Holly Lewis

Holly completed her undergraduate work in Health Sciences with a minor in psychology from the University of Connecticut and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh.

She is an avid hiker and distance runner, and enjoys training and showing dogs.

Holly brings to the practice interest and experience with orthopedics, oncology, vestibular issues, balance, and gait training.