WESTBOROUGH _ When Westborough High School (WHS) athlete James Coffey experienced his third dislocated knee while covering second base during a fall league game in 2014, the young competitor underwent extensive knee surgery in an effort to one day return to sports. A week after the procedure, Coffey began intensive therapy at the regionally recognized practice, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) and soon afterwards, went on to surpass his own expectations for recovery.
Archive for May, 2016
WESTBOROUGH _ Nearly three decades ago, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) implemented its Clinical Student Program. The hands-on course, which is a vital part of an emerging therapist’s educational training, began with two students from the University of Connecticut, and has since swelled to accommodate undergraduates from seven colleges and universities throughout New England.
1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I graduated from the UMass Lowell Doctor of Physical Therapy program in May of 2015 and have started my career at SCPT!
It’s almost summertime, and we’re grateful for longer days and warmer weather. Our favorite parks that sat idle throughout winter are filled with joggers and dog walkers. Children and adolescents are excited to reengage in sports, testing their soccer, lacrosse, softball and baseball skills on rejuvenated fields, and the temperature is perfect for being outdoors. This May, SCPT encourages everyone to incorporate physical activity into their daily routine and to get active during National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.