THE NEXT CHAPTER
REFLECTING ON THE START OF OUR THIRD YEAR
When we first opened Regenerative Physical Therapy, we had three goals. First, we wanted to create a physical therapy clinic that focused on holistically treating clients. We didn’t want to just treat shoulder, ankle, knee, and hip problems; we wanted to treat their underlying issues and look at what their entire body could tell us. Next, we wanted to offer alternatives to surgery, and our goal was to teach clients that surgery isn’t the only option. And finally, we wanted to create a space where our therapists could spend as much one-on-one time as they needed with each patient. There wasn’t going to be any rushing off to the next patient to squeeze four appointments in the hour. Instead, we wanted our care to be focused at every appointment. As we head into year three of Regenerative Physical Therapy, I’m proud to say we are continuing to build off these initial goals. I firmly believe in the phrase, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” By working through the growing pains of a young business, I’ve tried to remain open-minded about the process and shove aside any preconceived “Our patients are so much more than the ailments that plague them. They are parents, children, siblings, athletes, teachers, business leaders, community volunteers, and more.”
notions of how things “should” be. The most dangerous mindset is believing you have to do something a certain way because it’s always been that way.
Additionally, our second year with Regenerative Physical Therapy taught us the power of connecting with physician partners. We have identified more routes for care that don’t involve surgery, and we continue to build off the idea that regenerative medicine techniques can create strong, healthy bodies. We have a core group of professionals within our clinic whose expertise and techniques are research-driven and whose care plans are built to be the best they can be for each client. As we approach our third year, I am looking forward to continuing to bridge that gap of physical therapy and total wellness. We are focusing on more well-rounded treatment options that provide our clients with access to highly qualified professionals who run the whole gambit of lifestyle and sporting experts. I cannot wait to see what year three brings our practice and our team. I want to thank each one of our clients, the professionals we have partnered with, the team who pushes our clinic forward, and those who have referred us to their loved ones. Your support means the world to us, and we would not be where we are today without it. -Daniel Tribby
Instead, we want to continue forging our own path.
Traditional physical therapy clinics focus on the injury of each patient and try to do their best to cater to the needs of each patient. But the high volume at these centers makes this challenging. In the past three years, our team has developed relationships with our clients and dove into what drives them. We often hear clients say their goal is to get better and live pain-free. But we want to expand beyond that. What motivates a grandparent to seek knee-pain relief after all these years? What does the 16-year-old who tore his ACL want to do in the next five years? Does the former marathon runner want to cross that finish line again? Our clients are so much more than the ailments that plague them. They are parents, children, siblings, athletes, teachers, business leaders, community volunteers, and more. We cannot approach each shoulder injury the same way. We cannot approach our clients with the same mentality each time. We have to dig deeper to truly treat them.
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