Madden PT - Dauphin Clinic - January 2020

January 2020


There’s really only one way I can describe 2019: awesome.

In 2018, Madden Physical Therapy Dauphin opened its doors, and I took on a new professional opportunity as the clinic’s operations director. I learned so much in that first year. We put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into starting this clinic, but it’s safe to say this experience has exceeded all of my expectations. The clinic is in an amazing position, thanks in no small part to the dedicated staff I work with each day. Seeing this growth has been nothing short of amazing. In addition to the great strides the clinic made in 2019, my personal life saw some changes this year. My now-fiancée, Maria, graduated from physical therapy school, and we got engaged shortly thereafter! We are now in full wedding planning mode, and we’re already counting down the days to May 2021. With how wonderful 2019 was, I can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store. Yet, I learned from a young age that you have to dedicate yourself to your goals to make great things happen. My parents divorced when I was still young, and my childhood wasn’t always easy growing up. At a young age, I promised myself that I was going to work hard to create a life that made me happy. I’ve worked hard to get to where I am, and my hope is I can set a good example for my future children of what it means to build success and give your family the best life possible. I’m approaching 2020 with the mindset that nothing happens overnight. It’s going to take the very same blood, sweat, and tears it took to build Madden Physical Therapy Dauphin to continue to make it a successful place of healing for its patients. It’s the late nights and early mornings where success is created, and if that’s what it takes, then we will take it on. I hope to continue to improve as a leader in 2020. I have a group of therapists, aides, and employees who look up to me as the director, and I want to lead both by example and by what I say. Again, I have learned a lot in the first year of this position, and I know I have so much more to learn. In terms of setting New Year’s resolutions, I have a few goals I’m hoping to meet in 2020. I want to read more professional leadership books to continue to

help Madden Dauphin build momentum. Personally, as someone who values wellness and fitness, I hope to continue to improve and get healthier, too. I have a lot of work to do in 2020, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t practice gratitude for what 2019 was. I believe there’s value in appreciating what you have and the opportunities that come your way. As I said, looking back, 2019 has been a fantastic year for me, and I cannot wait to continue helping this community live pain-free lives.

Thank you for trusting us in 2019. We’re excited to continue helping you in 2020.

Happy New Year!

–Dan Hinnerschitz

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