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Agility Health Partner, Border Therapy Services, Opens Fourth Location in East El Paso

EL PASO, TX--(Marketwired - June 10, 2014) - Agility Health Inc. (TSX VENTURE: AHI) partner, Border Therapy Services (BTS), a leading provider of physical therapy services in the greater El Paso, Texas area, today announced the opening of a new clinic on the far east side of the city to better serve their patient population.

"This is our fourth location in El Paso," said Wayne Shaw, BTS director of operations. "The far east side is a quickly growing area. We've been watching it and we saw a demand for the services we provide, so we decided it was time to help out and open a closer, more convenient location for residents."

The new location on Edgemere Blvd. opened its doors in April and is already exceeding expectations in patient traffic volumes, with as many as 90 visits per week.

"There's a large military population in the area and having our services nearby has proved to be beneficial for that market," said Shaw. "We also see everything from sports injuries, such as ACL reconstructions and rotator cuff problems, to general knee and back issues. Our therapists can essentially handle any type of orthopedic injury."

A partner of the national Agility Health physical therapy network, BTS has the largest outpatient physical therapy staff in El Paso with 15 licensed therapists, three physical therapy assistants (PTAs) and two athletic trainers. Between all existing clinics, BTS sees approximately 750 to 800 patients each week. All BTS locations offer free screenings and consultations.

BTS is involved in the community, covering the area's junior hockey team, the El Paso Rhinos, and providing services for sports programs at El Paso Community College.

About Agility Health

Through its subsidiary and principal operating entity, Agility Health, LLC, Agility Health operates a multi-state network of outpatient rehabilitation clinics and provides contracted services to hospitals, nursing homes and other institutional clients, providing care and treatment for orthopedic-related disorders, sports-related injuries, preventative care, rehabilitation of injured workers, and a variety of other injuries and conditions. In addition, Agility Health provides a number of ancillary services related to physical rehabilitation, including practice management software systems and custom orthotics. Agility Health operates 74 outpatient or onsite rehabilitation locations in 17 states. Agility Health's contract therapy services business provides rehabilitative services to 41 hospitals and inpatient rehabilitation units, 36 nursing homes, long-term care facilities and other service locations in 9 states. For more information, please visit investors.agilityhealth.com.

About Border Therapy Services

Established in 2000, Border Therapy Services is a leading outpatient physical therapy provider in El Paso, Texas, with the largest licensed physical therapy staff in the area. BTS clinics offer orthopedic physical therapy, including post-surgical and athletic rehabilitation services, spine care, and occupational therapy. In 2011, BTS became a partner of Agility Health, a national leading provider of physical rehabilitation and software services designed to benefit patients, healthcare providers and employers. The partnership allows BTS to expand its business and client offering through Agility's state-of-the-art clinical management technology and infrastructure support, including administrative, marketing and recruitment capabilities. To learn more about BTS, visit www.bordertherapy.com.

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