Thank you!

For this post, I wanted to reach out on a personal level and share what this past year has meant to me.

Night before opening: No desk, no internet, washer not hooked up…ha ha, good times

To each of you with whom we have shared this journey, I share this:

For patients: 

I do this for you.  You have each impacted me with your stories and I am honored with your trust.  I am truly happy for each one of you when I hear of your success, and will continue to be there when it’s hard.  It is encouraging each time one of you leaves feeling more empowered and hopeful for your own situation, and often eager to help others.  I hope that I have made your life better in some way, whether big or small.  

For colleague friends:

I am beyond grateful to have such an enthusiastic and wonderful group of providers who share the same vision of health, empowerment, positivity, and the importance of a supportive community.  Many of you I have known for years, some I met for the first time this year, but all of you leave me looking forward to what is yet to come. I love the endless ideas, groups, and collaborations we have built. It makes us each better as providers and as people. 

For my family and friends:

Thank you for encouraging me to follow my dream, even if it meant sacrifice.  You give selflessly to help me grow and in turn, I strive to mirror this in my practice.  Over this year, I have been able to find balance, but only with you as my foundation.

For the future:

We plan to continue to grow, but will stay small enough to remain personal and connected.  We will continue to offer the best level of care everyone deserves, and will do so with honestly and integrity.  There are ideas in the works for more community events of varying types and price ranges.  We are proud to continue to offer evidence-based treatments, education, knowledge, manual skills, experience, and resources to help our community by helping individuals, and treating them as such.  We will continue to be active at events, spreading the word that pelvic health issues are common, treatable, and important to address for overall well being.

What an amazing year!  I have learned a lot and am overwhelmingly grateful to be able to do what I love and see such amazing outcomes.  I feel part of something bigger than myself, something positive and good.  This year has given me a lot to look forward to, and I hope to continue to share it on some level with each of you.  

For many years to come….Thank you!


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