U.S. Physical Therapy, a national operator of outpatient physical therapy clinics and provider of industrial injury prevention services, closed a five-year, $325 million credit facility that includes a $150 million term loan and a $175 million revolver. Based on strong lender support, the credit facility was upsized from its $300 million launch amount. This is an increase and extension of the company’s previous $150 million credit facility. The company concurrently announced that it entered into an interest rate swap agreement in May, with a June 30 effective date, to lock the one-month term SOFR rate on $150 million of its debt at a five-year swap rate of 2.815%. The total interest rate in any particular period will also include an applicable margin based on the company’s consolidated leverage ratio.

“The successful closing of this transaction demonstrates our continued proactive approach to managing our balance sheet to support the company’s growth, drive shareholder returns and enhance liquidity,” Carey P. Hendrickson, CFO at U.S. Physical Therapy, said. “It improves our long-term capital structure and, together with our strong cash flow, expands our ability to continue growing our portfolio of physical therapy and industrial injury prevention services businesses. Also, the related swap agreement effectively manages our interest rate risk over the term of the facility, which is particularly important in the current rising interest rate environment.”

The credit facility was arranged by BofA Securities and Regions Capital Markets, a division of Regions Bank, as joint lead arrangers. BofA Securities was the sole bookrunner, and Bank of America is the administrative agent.