WESTBOROUGH _ On Friday, September 23, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) continued its mission of providing free health and wellness awareness programming for the benefit of the community, with an educational presentation for residents of The Highlands Gracious Retirement Living. The program was held at 129 East Main Street in Westborough and shined a spotlight on improving mobility, falls prevention and restoring and maintaining overall fitness health.
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Time. Time is money. Time seems infinite yet it is a finite resource. You’ve already given up some by the end of this sentence. Every moment is sacred yet we waste it every day. Technology offers the promise of efficiency and organization, but too often we find ourselves awash in options and lacking solutions.
You have opened your brand-new practice after years of hard work, dedication, sacrifice, and the last bit of faith to finally go your own way. The morning of the first day of business you throw open the doors and the crowds rival Walmart on Black Friday. Even the well patients are getting injured in your parking lot trying to get in! Or you lie awake the night before your big day and wonder if you will have enough patients to survive.
WESTBOROUGH _ South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT), a recognized and expert leader in rehabilitative orthopedic and sports physical therapy care in Central Massachusetts, recently celebrated 30 years in business, with a team appreciation event for 60 staff members.
WESTBOROUGH_ For the third consecutive year, South County Physical Therapy, Inc., was proud to be a sponsor of the 30th Annual Corridor Nine’s School/Business Partnership Golf Tournament. The tournament took place at Juniper Hill Golf Course in Northborough on June 16th, with 150 participants teeing off for a great cause.
WESTBOROUGH _ On Sunday, May 8, 2016, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) cheered on and hydrated hundreds of damp yet determined runners at the 14th Annual Westborough Spring Festival 5K Road Race, presented by the Rotary Club of Westborough.
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.
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.
WESTBOROUGH _ Residents of The Villages of Walker Meadow, an Active Adult community in Westborough, congregated in the Community Club House for an interactive program delivered by South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT). This presentation focused on preventing falls through achieving better balance, and follows a winter seminar presented by SCPT to help residents stay safe and active during cold-weather months.
AUBURN_ For the ninth consecutive year, a well-recognized regional physical therapy organization, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT), will continue to preserve its core mission to inspire health and wellness throughout Central Massachusetts by supporting the Auburn Chamber Health & Business Expo. The event will be held on March 22 at the Auburn/Webster Lodge of Elks on 754 Southbridge Street in Auburn.