Louisville, Plattsmouth & Hooper Ne 68031

Twas The Night Before…

December 22, 2020 –

Twas the night before therapy and all through the gym not a creature was stirring not a her or a him

The theraband was hung on the rack with care, waiting for the patients that soon would be there

The therapists were tucked all snug in their beds with visions of new interventions dancing in their heads

And her in her kerchief and him in his cap had just settled down for a long winter’s nap

When on the bedside table the alarm caused such a clatter the therapist rose from their bed to see what was the matter

Away to the closet they flew like a flash, turned on the light, to get dressed in a dash

Next to the bathroom to clean our teeth and brush our hair, then onto the clinic as fast as we dare…..

The truth is I would love to complete this “poem” but as you can tell it is not my strong suit. The important thing to remember is that this week is Christmas and after a long year it can be difficult to remember the reason for the season! We must take the time to be thankful for what we have and figure out what we can give to others. This could be our time, our talents, or something of monetary value. At Witte Physical Therapy we hope we have given you our best over the past year. We hope you have felt the caring and compassion of our staff. We hope that your goals have been met and you have felt like a person and not just another patient.

We also continue to try to find ways to give. We have worked hard to continue our financial support to several local school districts and community groups. We have tried to continue to provide assistance to these organizations in a year where most of us have been hit financially. Currently we are still accepting food donations to the local food banks of the communities we serve. These will continue to be collected through the end of December and then delivered in early January. You can drop off your food donations to any of our clinics in Louisville, Plattsmouth, or Hooper!

From our staff to your family we hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

Dr Jerry Bockman