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Around the Corner: Gordon Physical Therapy opens second location

Gordon Physical Therapy opens second location

Gordon Physical Therapy has opened a second location two blocks directly south of its primary location at 626 N. Mullan Road, Suite 4, in Spokane Valley.

The new facility features a large studio area, allowing the health care provider to offer various fitness classes for clients. Currently hosting yoga classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Gordon plans to offer additional classes catered toward older adults, such as balance/fall prevention classes, circuit training and Parkinson’s-specific classes.

For more information, call Luke Gordon at (509) 892-5442.

PuroClean franchise comes to Spokane

PuroClean, which employs trained technicians to help home and business owners with water, fire, mold and other property damage, has opened a location in north Spokane at 3917 W. Heroy Ave.

Local franchise owners are Kevin Rybak and Jerome Matthews. PuroClean’s franchise network is comprised of more than 290 offices, with the north Spokane location serving Spokane, Cheney, Deer Park, Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake.

For more information about PuroClean of north Spokane, call (509) 505-5353, email or visit

Veterinary clinic in Hauser plans open house

Springwater Veterinary Services in Hauser will have open house 9 a.m.-noon Saturday .

There will be a variety of canine activities, including K-9 demonstrations by the Spokane County Sheriff’s Department and horse demonstrations, at the facility that opened last year. For more information, call (208) 651-0973.

WorkSource opens new location in Pullman

WorkSource has opened a new location in Pullman for job seekers and businesses.

The office space is at 1615 N.E. Eastgate Blvd., Suite A101, in Building One of Washington State University’s Research and Technology Park. The new facility includes more computer resources for clients and improved meeting spaces for training and business services.

Around the Corner is a periodic roundup of business-related happenings in the Inland Northwest. To submit items for consideration, email Business Editor Paul W. Smith at

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