Peninsula Workfit to close July 31

PORT ANGELES — Nancy Johns recently announced that Peninsula Workfit will close permanently Wednesday, July 31.

Johns, an occupational therapist, plans to retire from clinical practice.

According to a press release, Johns will continue to teach classes and promote her book “Fix It With Your Hands; Reshaping Fascia for Pain Relief and Improved Function.”

The clinic’s office number, 360-797-4667 will remain active for medical records requests and other information.

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