Back To Action PT: 3 Powerful Steps to Stronger Hips & Knees

PRACTICE NEWS: Keeping Our Community InMind!

Harlingen. BTA Harlingen had a busy month in February. We were sponsors of the Los Fresnos rodeo on February 16th.The weather was cooperative this year and the crowd was verygood. Iamsureeveryonehadagreattime. That same Saturday, we worked a booth for the 28th annual Jalapeno 100 bike race. We saw the 100 milers at approximately the 39th and54thmilepoints.The ridershadverygood weather but the wind posed quite a challenge for them. We were busy mainly refilling water and Gatorade bottles and giving them ice, as well as some occasional first aid. Our hats off to those who braved the challenge! On February 23 and 24th we had our annual director’smeeting.Our fourclinicdirectors,as wellasourofficemanagerandpresidentmet in Harlingen forourmeeting.Wecoveredagreat deal of information in a short period of time. As one of our company bonding activities, we went to Trapped to escape from one of their rooms. We almost made it, literally seconds awaywhen the timeranout. Ifnothingelse,we learned thatweworkwellasa team.Hopefully our patients see this as well! Finally, we would like to welcome our newest member, Cindy. We are sure she will do a great job for us. She celebrated her birthday on February 17th as well. Lastly,wewould like to thankJoeyVasquez (8 years) and Joey Flores (1 year) for their hard work. We appreciate all that you do to keep Back To Action flowing. Del Rio. Physical Therapist Kristi and her husband, Carlo, participated in acharity poker tournament this month with all proceeds supporting the Gary Senise Foundation which supports our veterans. It was a fun experience for a great cause! Clinic directors and administration met for their annual director’sconferencethismonth.Wediscussed strategies to improve patient care, employee retention, and overall patient satisfaction. We discovered our emotional intelligence scores and areas and strategies for improvement, the importance of happiness for success, and watched some informative videos about leadership. We also participated in a team building event in a “Trapped” room where we wereall required towork together tocomplete our mission!

Brownsville. BackToActionPhysicalTherapy helped educate the local residents and winter Texans about what physical therapy can do for them and what conditions can be treated with physical therapy. At the 2nd Annual Winter Texan/Senior & Community Health And Wellness Expo 2018, on February 28th, residents were given information on what servicesareavailable to themwhen theyneed it.Wegaveawayprizesat thisevent; therewas dancing and lots of fun for both sponsors and participants. It was a wonderful day meeting newpeople,friendsandacquaintancesaswell as seeing good friends and familiar people. Every year the management and directors of Back To Action gather together for a 2 day annual meeting to review the previous year’s activitiesandresults.Thisyear’s teambuilding was at the Trapped in McAllen, Texas where the management of Back To Action and the directors had to work as a team and, with everyonepitching inwiththeirskillsandtalents, wewereabletoaccomplishourmission. Itwas a fun way to create a stronger bond between everyone and enhance the stability of the company. Eagle Pass. Night toShine isanunforgettable promnightexperience,centeredonGod’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older. On one night, February 9, 2018, more than 500 churches from around the world came together to host Night to Shine for approximately90,000honoredguests through the support of 175,000 volunteers!This event issponsored largelybyTimTebowFoundation and local organizations and hosted by Real PathBaptistChurch.BTAstaffmembersElena, Susan, Rosanna, and Doreen were honored to be able to volunteer at this year’s event. Our honoredguestshadanamazingtimeandmade many unforgettable memories. It was truly an amazingnight forall inattendanceandweare so blessed to have been a part of it! I am proud to announce that Eagle Pass was named Clinic of the Year for 2017.This award is given to the most profitable clinic. Eagle Pass was also awarded the Busy Bee award for seeing the most patients, Philadelphia Eagles Award for having the most improved KPI scores compared to last year, Customer Service Award, and Leader of the Year Award was given to our clinic director, Dr. Doreen Ruiz-Felan.

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