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National Physical Therapy Month

A letter from our President and CEO

Happy National Physical Therapy Month to all of our Mid South and Continuum Physical Therapists,

Today is a very special day, as today marks the beginning of National Physical Therapy Month. The entire leadership team and the Employee Support Center of Mid South and Continuum want to take this opportunity to recognize and extend our most sincere appreciation and gratitude to you and your profession.


This month is dedicated to you and our industry. Because your profession matters and you matter to your patients, they depend on your God-given skills, talents, and abilities. I pray that each of you continues to make a positive difference in the lives of your patients by improving their health, mobility, and independence.


Your skills provide hope, and you are genuinely making the world a better place daily. So, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your unwavering dedication to rebuilding lives through providing comprehensive skilled care to your patients.


With the growing population of seniors and chronic conditions, you, as therapists, have one of the most essential roles in health care today. To show our gratitude and sincere appreciation for your dedication to our patients, mission, vision, and core values and recognize our Physical Therapists and your profession, you will receive two separate gift packages from us in the Month of October. In addition, we will host a Team meeting on October 13th Kayla will email you a team invite.


In closing, we want to celebrate our Physical Therapists for the amazing contributions you make and share our sincere gratitude. You are the best of the best, and may God continue to guide and bless your work each and every day.


God bless,

Steven L. Cole

President and Chief Executive Officer

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