Somerset Family PT Oct/Nov/Dec 2017

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Winter 2017


Each fall, Somerset Family Physical Therapy hosts Operation Shoebox, a fundraiser where we gather supplies for our soldiers serving overseas. Our patients get involved by donating supplies like lip balm, sunblock, bug spray, and nonperishable foods for our service men and women, and this year was especially fruitful. Thank you to everyone who gave to the cause; we are so thankful for your support. We also held our annual pumpkin decorating contest in October, which is always a smash hit with our team and our patients. Every year, I am blown away by the team’s creativity, and we had great pumpkins yet again! We also enjoyed including our patients by giving them a chance to vote on the winner. If you missed out, be sure to check our Facebook page and follow us so you can vote next year! October was a very busy month for Somerset Family Physical Therapy, and we finished strong by receiving an award from the Courier news for the best physical therapy clinic in Somerset County! This award was based solely on reader nominations and votes, and we want to thank every single person who voted for our team. We work hard at Somerset Family Physical Therapy to provide the best customer service and care around, and we are honored to be given this award. Soon you will be able to see our plaque, which we will proudly display in the clinic. Thank you again to our wonderful patients and my amazing team!

This Thanksgiving, Somerset Family Physical Therapy will be closed for the day, but we will be open Friday, Nov. 24. Each year, my family deep-fries a large turkey in my sister-in-law’s backyard. The kids get a big kick out of our tradition, and honestly, it is the most delicious way to prepare a Thanksgiving turkey. Thanksgiving is a great time to relax, throw a football around with the kids, and have an early dinner. This is one of my favorite holidays because the whole family is able to get together. I’m really looking forward to seeing all of our relatives and eating that turkey. As December rolls around, our office will switch our focus from Thanksgiving to our Toys for Tots drive for Christmas. Toys for Tots is one of the biggest events in our office during the year, and it seems like every single patient of ours participates. We will have a collection bin in the office like usual, and we hope to get enough toys to spoil every child in the program this Christmas. As always, we will be collecting toys for kids ages birth–15, and the last day to donate will be Dec. 9. We will be collecting gifts for boys and girls, so we are shooting for a variety! As a reminder, we will be closed on Christmas Day, but we will be open the day after.

We wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving, merry Christmas, and happy New Year!

See you soon!

–Kevin Kurtz

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