Midday Report: U.S. Physical Therapy, (USPH) Shares Fall for August 4

Equities Staff  |

Shares of U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. (NYSE: USPH) fell 23.08% Thursday.

As of 12:09:32 est, U.S. Physical Therapy,  sits at $97.72 and has fallen $29.275  per share.

U.S. Physical Therapy, has moved 12.97% over the last 30 days and has moved YTD 33.89% based on the prior day’s close.

The company is set to release earnings on 2022-08-04.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on U.S. Physical Therapy, visit the company profile.

About U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc.

Founded in 1990, U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. operates 548 outpatient physical therapy clinics in 39 states. The Company's clinics provide preventative and post-operative care for a variety of orthopedic-related disorders and sports-related injuries, treatment for neurologically-related injuries and rehabilitation of injured workers. In addition to owning and operating clinics, the Company manages 38 physical therapy facilities for unaffiliated third parties, including hospitals and physician groups. The Company also has an industrial injury prevention business which provides onsite services for clients' employees including injury prevention and rehabilitation, performance optimization, post-offer employment testing, functional capacity evaluations, and ergonomic assessments.

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