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An Outpouring of Gratitude


​Over the past two weeks, my children have pointed out their aggravation at feeling like Thanksgiving is a lost holiday.  My seven year old walked into Target with me last week and commented on the Christmas explosion as she walked in the doors “Hello people, did you forget there is a holiday between Halloween and Christmas?  It’s called Thanksgiving.” I felt a small wave of pride, as I agree with her completely. I have been feeling a little like Charlie Brown as Halloween merges right into Christmas on the shelves of the stores I frequent.  As my favorite holiday approaches this week, I wanted to share my thankfulness with you.
I am so appreciative of the amazing team we have found at Foundational Concepts, Specialty Physical Therapy.  You all give more than 100% each day to our patients.  You are compassionate and caring and bring a warm, comfortable atmosphere to the office and it shows.  This little clinic has grown just as we had hoped, following our vision and mission.  It would not be what it is without each of you. Thank you.
I am grateful for our patients who come to us in pain and put their trust in us to help them heal.  Thank you.  It takes courage and trust to share the information that our patients share with us, and I am so grateful you are willing to put your faith in us.  I have learned a lot over the past 14 years of practice, but I learn the most from my patients.  You have taught me so much.  We have laughed together, we have cried together.  We have put our brains together to solve very complicated pain and dysfunction.  It is often your input that helps me get to the root of your pain.  Thank you for your insight, for your trust, for your smiles and your tears.  I feel blessed and honored to be a part of your journey toward healing.
I also want to share my appreciation for the many healthcare providers who put their trust in us to help their patients get well.  I also make referrals to providers for my patients and I understand the thought that goes into where you send your clients.  It takes trust that they will care for your patient as compassionately as you would do.  We are happy you choose us to work alongside you, to help your patients heal.
As you all sit down with your families and friends this week, enjoy this lost holiday.  It is likely one of the most important, as taking a moment to be thankful for what you have and for those that you are surrounded by can be so good for our health.  With all the negative things going on in the world, we owe ourselves this.  Enjoy Thanksgiving Day, breathe in the positives of the people around you and be grateful.

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