Archive for April, 2015

South County Physical Therapy, Inc. keeps Rotary Runners hydrated at Spring Festival

WESTBOROUGH _ On Sunday, May 3rd, 2015, members of the South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) team will be a welcome sight for thirsty runners at the 13th Annual Westborough Spring Festival 5K Road Race, presented by the Rotary Club of Westborough. SCPT will donate bottles of water to hydrate hundreds of runners as they chase the challenging course through the rolling hills of Westborough’s town roads.


Little League, Big Problem

Baseball is America’s favorite pastime. Every April, eager spectators flock to ballparks throughout the nation, filling every available seat hoping to see their favorite players lead their home team to victory. At Fenway Park, Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline is piped through the stadium speakers, endless boxes of Cracker Jacks are consumed, and necks crane as number 34 steps up to the plate, year after year.


South County Physical Therapy, Inc. “Open for Business” at Corridor Nine Chamber EXPO

WESTBOROUGH _ South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) was “open for business” at the recent Corridor Nine Business EXPO, held on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Westborough. With two locations within the town of Westborough (and four additional Central Massachusetts locations nearby), SCPT’s team of skilled therapists and experts felt right at home, surrounded by a crowd representing more than 1,300 business colleagues, friends, and fellow Corridor Nine Chamber members.


Oriol, St. Vincent to present free program on back pain

Physical therapy for cancer survivors. South County Physical Therapy Inc. offers specialized physical therapy for oncology rehabilitation and lymphedema (localized fluid retention and swelling often caused by radiation therapy, tumors, or surgery). The therapy is designed to help cancer survivors increase their standard of living.


South County Physical Therapy, Inc. offers cancer rehabilitation program that changes lives

WESTBOROUGH _ National organizations such as the Commission on Cancer recognize that rehabilitation is a necessary part of recovery from cancer and cancer treatments. Many cancer survivors find that there is a diminished quality of life, a lack of mobility, and overall tiredness and pain after cancer treatments. According to data from the National Health Interview Survey, through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately one in four cancer survivors have a decreased quality of life due to physical problems and one in 10 due to emotional problems.

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