CURE Stands for:
- C – Caring
- U – Uplifting
- R – Rehabilitation
- E – Excellence
After working 24 years at Southeast Michigan’s Major healthcare network, First Oakwood and then Beaumont. Antima Gupta worked with a variety of conditions in Inpatient & Outpatient clinics. Over that period she invested hundreds of hours in learning new skills and technologies to better serve her patients. She completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Wayne State University and became a Certified Lymphedema and Yoga Therapist.
During her tenure, she noticed there is a major shortage of therapists specializing in providing Lymphedema and Yoga care. Hence she decided to take start her own practice offering her expert care.
The mission of CURE Physical Therapy is driven by a constant pursuit of “Providing excellent healthcare for our patients and the communities we serve”. We are committed to being an integral part of our community’s health through the delivery of accessible, quality, innovative, and research-based care. It is through the development and mentoring of holistic, collaborative, and professional staff that we are able to deliver such customer-focused, responsive care.
We are proud of CURE Physical Therapy’s mission to be a leader in providing quality, comprehensive rehabilitation services in the local community and Southeast Michigan.
It is CURE Physical Therapy’s vision to be committed to professional and clinical excellence, serving others with compassion, caring, and respect for individual dignity.