Maximum Solutions Physical Therapy - June 2020

JUNE 2020

908-475-3505 | 570-420-0606 12 HARDWICK STREET | BELVIDERE | NJ | 07823 • 66 SOUTH COURTLAND STREET | EAST STROUDSBURG | PA | 18301


Since June 21 is Father’s Day, everyone in the office is reflecting on how much our fathers have done for us. A father's job isn’t always easy because of the many hats they have to wear. A dad has to be a provider, a disciplinarian, and a hero for their children. Considering everything dads do, it is important to show them our appreciation. Here are four activities you and your dad can enjoy with your family or just the two of you. GO FISHING Fishing with your dad is a great way to make some quality memories. If he’s an avid fisher, then this is a perfect time to bond as he teaches you his best techniques. If you are both beginners, then an assortment of fun adventures is bound to ensue as you figure out how to fish together! Spending some time on the water is also a great chance to have some heart-to-heart conversations you both will appreciate. VISIT LOCAL PARKS If your family is active during the spring and summer season, then it’s a great time to visit some of our best local and state parks! Yetter Park is the perfect spot to spend Father’s Day trying out disc golf or going for a run; their beautiful hiking trails wind along Brodhead Creek. Additionally, you can fish or cool off in the creek. If you want something a little farther, then Tyler State Park hosts activities that will create countless memories that you and your father will cherish including canoeing, wildlife- watching, hiking, and so much more. BUILD SOMETHING If your dad loves spending his free time in the garage or workshop, then a DIY project is a great way to spend time together. Even a simple project like a birdhouse, tie rack, or a spatula hanger for the grill will lead to great memories. If your dad has been dreaming up a home project, then helping him tackle it may mean the world to

him. Whether it's a bathroom remodel or hanging family photos, assisting him will take some of the workload off of him and give you the chance to make a fun memory. HOST A MOVIE NIGHT If your dad is a movie buff, then nothing will sound better than relaxing with the family and watching some of his favorites. Even if the movies aren’t award winners, the commentary and inside jokes will be cherished for years. What's more, you can even spend the day watching old family movies and reminiscing about the memories you share. If chronic pain is restricting you or your father’s ability to enjoy any of these ideas, then reach out as soon as possible. Both of our locations are still open, and we’re eager to help those in our community enjoy the spring season. –Dora Godnig

–Cara Sadowski

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