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South County Executive Director Appointed to Impact Magazine’s Editorial Board

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For Immediate Release: December 17, 2015

Contact Information:
Eric Cardin, SCPT Executive Director, 508-389-9912

WESTBOROUGH _ South County Physical Therapy (SCPT) recently announced the appointment of its Executive Director, Eric Cardin to Impact Magazine’s Editorial Board for a three-year term.

Cardin, a long-time leader in physical therapy management and a highly sought-after practitioner, has made numerous editorial contributions to the magazine over the years. Impact Magazine is published by the Private Practice Section (PPS) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The publication is tailored to championing the success of private practice physical therapists, and provides important information and resources including practice management, educational seminars, membership benefits, and legislative updates.

Cardin, who was inspired to become a physical therapist after a basketball injury as an adolescent, is a graduate of the Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Boston University. He became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf Fitness Instructor. As a lifelong athlete and avid runner, Cardin runs weekly and participates in several road races each year.

“I am honored to serve on the Editorial Board for Impact Magazine. As a private practice physical therapist, Impact has always been a great resource to me. It’s exciting to be involved in its content,” Cardin said.

Through his leadership at SCPT, Cardin provides free educational resources to patients and the community. The practice works tirelessly to promote the benefits of physical activity to reduce risk factors for many diseases, aid in the recovery of injuries, and help patients reduce the symptoms of chronic conditions. SCPT also works with professional and recreational athletes to strengthen their performance and reduce the risk of injury, through proactive assessments of the players’ strengths and weaknesses.

“I look forward to using this opportunity to aid Impact Magazine as they continue to provide relevant and important information to private practice physical therapists,” Cardin added.

For 30 years, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. has been dedicated to providing its patients with quality, personalized rehabilitative care in an environment that is safe, comfortable and compassionate. As a privately owned company, the organization has given back to numerous charitable organizations in the communities it serves, and seeks to make a difference in promoting wellness and health awareness. The company offers six locations in Central Massachusetts that include: Auburn, Charlton, Millbury, Westborough (East Main Street and Oak Street) and Worcester. For more information, visit www.southcountypt.com.

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