Open house celebrating physical therapist
Frank Warren has been a Hot Springs resident since the late 1970s. He is an active member of Lake
Valley Community Church.
He enjoys riding his motorcycle, cheering for the
Hogs, and hosting friends and family in his home.
“Frank has always cred- ited his initial interest in therapy to his wife, Pam. After seeing her work as a speech pathologist, he realized he wanted a career that would allow him to help others. He then enrolled in the University of Central Arkansas’ physical therapy program,” states the press release. He has worked as a physical therapist since 1991, working in outpatient facilities, inpatient facilities, home health, long-term care and rehab. “His genuine kindness and concern for his patients and coworkers have been trademarks of his career.”
Warren has worked with Tri-Lakes Physical Therapy since 2008, treating patients from all walks of life, and has led the aquatic therapy program. “While Frank may be formally retiring, he will continue to be part of the Tri-Lakes PT family, working in general patient care and aquatics a couple of days a week. After 25 years in the therapy field, Frank has touched the lives of countless patients in the community, and his contributions to Tri-Lakes over his years here have been greatly appreciated!”
Tri-Lakes will host an open house to celebrate Warren’s career from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at its facility in Carpenter Professional Office Park at 307-L Carpenter Dam Road. “We invite any friends, family, former patients, and professional acquaintances who want to show their appreciation to stop by and wish Frank well as he embarks on this adventure in his life!”