June 1, 2021 – Every Memorial Day weekend I find myself reflecting back on the past year and the past in general. It is a weekend of remembrance. It has turned into a holiday weekend of getting together with friends and family to kick off the summer. In past years it seems like the “get togethers” had gotten in the way of the true reason for this holiday weekend. However, after this past year I believe that these gatherings were a much needed part of healing and getting back to normal.
I want to take the time to thank those that have served our country. This little blog doesn’t do that thank you justice, but it is a very small start. We have been fortunate to employ and work with veterans as patients. It is an honor to try to help them get back to living a pain free life. We have met many great people through the business and it remains a very exciting part of our job. We are forever in debt to those that have served and lost their lives. We have been able to hear some of their stories of bravery and sacrifice from our employees, families, and patients who have or continue to serve.
I also want to thank all of those patients, friends, and families who have trusted Witte Physical Therapy with their care, helped us get to where we are today, and been the support we have needed. This includes the staff that I get to work with and their families. Physical therapy can be a long, but rewarding road for both patients and staff. It is great on this weekend to take the time to think back about where we have started and where we are now, who we have seen and where they are now, and to reflect on what we can do to improve ourselves and our business for the betterment of our patients and communities.
Please know that at Witte Physical Therapy we are never stagnant and are always looking for the newest and best techniques to use with our patients in order to provide them with the best service and care possible. At Witte Physical Therapy we are always looking for new ways to become involved and give back to our communities, because we want to be a reason they are strong and we want to help facilitate that strength.