Tim McGonigle Receives International Recognition
Tim McGonigle was honored at an international orthopedic physical therapy meeting in January, 2014 held in Gran Canaria Islands, Spain read more . . .
FPT's 31st Year of Education for Physical Therapists
The year 2014 is seeing substantive changes to our well-known Long-term Course, now beginning its 31st year. Read more . . .
Crocker Art Museum
Join us for the third Crocker Art Museum Dinner & Tour on Thurs, Feb. 27th, hosted by Marc Sussman. Both delicious and creative, vegan and non-vegan menus are being prepared by Supper Club chef Matt Woolston. The Crocker is featuring Jules Tavernier: Artist and Adventurer, as well as work by Toulouse-Lautrec. Please click here for more information (pdf 532kb). RSVP via the list posted on the gym bulletin board.
Celebrate the End of Winter
To promote WELLNESS and to celebrate the End of Winter, FPT will host a Whole Foods Plant-based Potluck Dinner, to which you are all invited.
When: Fri, March 14th at 7pm
Where: Folsom Physical Therapy. No RSVP needed.
FPT encouraged attendance of Escape Fire: The fight to rescue American Healthcare, which screened Feb 6 at the El Dorado Hills Regal Theater. This documentary points out that American health care is more about money-making crisis management than about preventative care and personal responsibility. A group of FPT-ers attended the event. Dr. Kristine Burke led Q&A following the screening. If you missed the screening, go to Netflix.com and put this documentary in your queue.
Our mission is to provide unparalleled quality of care and cost effective support for our patients in a work environment that encourages cooperation, compassion and creativity among our staff, as well as the highest quality physical therapy continuing education available.
What Sets Us Apart
- A high level of clinical skill achieved through years of experience and specialized training.
- All care is delivered by licensed physical therapists.
- Clinical continuity: each patient is treated by the same therapist each visit.
- Innovative and function-oriented training methods: exercise and training are individualized, creative and non-generic; patients of all ages and pathologies are compassionately pushed to their maximum recoveries.
- Our short, intense exercise classes allow clients to maintain high levels of fitness for years.
A Doctor-Professor answers the old question “What is the single best thing we can do for our health” in a completely new way. Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital.