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July 2017

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Freedom and Independence page 1

At Pro PT, we stand in direct opposition to this style of care. Our primary goal is always patient satisfaction, and we pride ourselves on building relationships. We treat patients as people, part of our family, not numbers on a spreadsheet. We offer care that’s independent from the headaches and red tape of hospitals and doctor’s offices, and we truly listen to your concerns and needs. As we’ve learned from our forefathers, you don’t need to put up with a broken system. Instead, you can create your own. To paraphrase the moving words of Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence, it is your right, it is your duty, to throw off such systems, and to provide new guards for your future security. One of the many beauties of America is that there’s nothing stopping entrepreneurs from fixing problems through the creation of small businesses. If you want local, personalized care, you can sidestep deli-counter medicine and seek an alternative. Small businesses that improve the lives of citizens are a cornerstone of the American dream, and it means a lot to be able to take part in it. Providing the best experience for patients has been the mission of Pro PT since day one, and enhancing the quality of life for everyone that steps through our doors is what makes our job rewarding. This Independence Day, I hope you can relax and spend a little time with your family. As you barbecue, watch your local parade, or listen to the Boston Pops, take a moment to remember the values that our great country was built upon. Freedom and independence are powerful ideals that matter as much today as they did in 1776, and that’s definitely something worth celebrating!

The Worst Kitchen Utensil Ever page 2 Client Testimonials page 2 Patient Spotlight page 3

Freedom and Independence What the Fourth of July Means to Me

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always relished Fourth of July celebrations. Watching fireworks really brings people together, and it feels like everyone is looking at the sky at once, making it a true community experience. Taking in the festivities is great, but just as important is remembering why we celebrate Independence Day in the first place.

Break Corner page 3

Summertime Frozen Yogurt Pie page 3 3 Great Ways to Use Coconut Oil page 4 Professional PT patients, enter to win! The first five people who call with the answer to the riddle on page 3 win a $10 gift card! Call 508-528-6100. Contest for past and present Professional PT patients only.

As we’ve learned from our forefathers, you don’t need to put up with a broken system. Instead, you can create your own.

Our founding fathers rebelled against a system that offered few benefits to our citizens. They realized the colonies weren’t being served by the British Empire, and fought against this injustice. Winning independence was no easy task, but their intensity of passion and purpose never wavered. Living in Massachusetts, we walk some of the same streets people like Paul Revere and Samuel Adams did, and we feel a deep connection to our history and values. When it comes to systems that don’t serve people well in America today, I think the medical establishment would top the list for many people. In the past few decades, medicine has become depersonalized, sterile, and bureaucratic. Getting the care you need requires jumping through all sorts of hoops. I think of this type of care as deli-

June Gift Card Winners Maureen Osolnik Virginia Morfopolous Deborah Powers Al Bryda Marianne Bruder

– Dr. Stacey Raybuck Schatz

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