Zionsville: Women's Health

ZPT GaZette The Newsletter About Your Health And Caring For Your Body

November 2018

Dear ZPT family and friends,


Veterans’ Day and Thanksgiving Day: both are celebrated in November, and both have to do with being grateful. When I consider the courage that is required to train and serve our country in the armed services, I am awed by it, and very grateful for those who have served and are currently serving in the United States military. I am also grateful for the many blessings and comforts we all enjoy, and for the family and close friends I have. Here’s a great suggestion for the month of November: start and keep a “Gratitude Journal” and begin by listing ten things for which you are grateful. Write a little more each day. This creates an attitude of

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gratitude, as just this simple act requires our brains to stop scanning for negativity and, instead, seeing the positives. I started a gratitude journal last spring, and it helps me to rest and sleep better at night. Let me know what it does for you! Another way we can practice thankfulness is to contribute to the wellbeing of others. The Caring Center in nearby Lebanon works to stabilize families in crisis and to move those caught in poverty towards self-sufficiency. Just one of the many ways they do this is through a food pantry. The current needs are peanut butter, canned veggies, toilet paper, crackers, spinach, pineapple, spaghetti sauce, evaporated milk, canned chicken, cereal, sugar, syrup, mixed veggies, apple juice and tomato juice.The Caring Center is also in need of monetary donations to help with renovation costs for the food pantry. Donations can be made through their website, or you can contact us here at ZPT for more information. Our clinic will be collecting food pantry items in the entry area and transporting bags and boxes of food up to the Caring Center or to the Shalom House in Lebanon over the next 3 months. Please bring in your donations from the above list anytime we are open for business (generally 7 AM to 7 PM Monday through Thursday, 7 AM to 5 PM Friday). Thank you in advance! Lastly, I want to extend a big THANK YOU to the many patients and persons who have referred someone to ZPT this past year! We appreciate our dear patients and their dedication to getting better, becoming stronger, and returning to their regular activities. We send our love and our gratitude for you! Keep up the good work!

Patient Success SPOTLIGHT

Incredible! "I returned toZPTwithhighhopes,and the team delivered incredible care— again! My goals were to resume daily activities at work and home without limitations and pain—back to baseline! It is so easy to work with ZPT, and it was pleasant to arrive and be taken care of by talented staff that are always available and willing to help. Thank you all, especially Marissa but also Katie, Katia, Taylor and the rest of the staff." - Stacey P.

Gratefully, Elaine P.S. Shout to the Lord, all the earth; break out in praise and sing for joy! Psalm 98:4.

END OF THE YEAR BENEFITS! Have you met your deductible and/or your out of pocket "maximum"? If so your physical therapy will be paid by your insurance, so use your benefits to actually benefit your body, to treat pain, strain, stiffness, weakness, balance issues or difficulties with walking or moving. Use your Health Savings Account to pay for your physical therapy!



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