BenchMark Physical Therapy Names Vice President Of Industrial Services And Workers’ Compensation

Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Keith Myers
Keith Myers

BenchMark Physical Therapy named Keith Myers, PTA, MBA, CEAS III. CEFE, as vice president of Industrial Services and Workers’ Compensation.  This is a national role in which Mr. Myers will oversee and sell BenchMark’s industrial services line which includes pre-employment, first aid, flex and stretch, and wellness programs, as well as workers’ compensation in all of BenchMark Rehab Partners’ clinics across 13 states.

Mr. Myers has been with BenchMark Physical Therapy since 2001 and has served as a regional director over Chattanooga and North Georgia markets since 2008.

He received his Associate of Applied Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Chattanooga State Community College in 2004 . In 2010, he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and in 2012 graduated with a Master’s of Business Administration both from Bryan College.  

The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association (TPTA) recently presented the Outstanding Physical Therapist Assistant of the Year Award to Mr. Myers for his service to the physical therapy profession.  In 2016, he was a keynote speaker at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability conference in New Orleans where he presented his comprehensive program on safety, prevention, and wellness.  He was awarded the “Spirit of Service Award” at BenchMark Physical Therapy in 2013 for his volunteer work in the community.  He has served as legislative chair and SIG chair roles with the Tennessee Physical Therapy Association and has over six years of industrial rehabilitation and wellness in manufacturing settings.




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