Update: November 2020
On March 9th, 2020 I opened the doors on what I expected would be a small start-up physical therapy clinic in the place I call home – Klamath Falls, OR. My business plans and goals were based on slow and hopefully good but manageable growth for my first year. I had no great expectations and honestly was really scared. Anyone who has started a business from scratch realizes how many small moving parts there are and how much work it is.
Little did I know what 2020 had in store.
One week after opening, this little thing called “Covid-19” happened and all that is the pandemic began to take hold. Unbelievably and by God’s grace the clinic still grew. In July we added a full time front office manager. Later that same month we added a part time physical therapist and another part-time PT about a month later. This fall we’ve added a full time PTA and are continuing to work hard to scale with the growth that is occurring while providing the same high-value, high-quality care we are so passionate about.
I started this clinic because I wanted to be able to do physical therapy the way I feel in my heart it needs to be done. We want to help each person that comes into our clinic to be the very best version of themselves. We want to treat the whole person and help people move better, function better and enthusiastically support and help them take ownership of their health, wellness and recovery. We have so much to offer as therapists to those in our communities and I know that we can make a difference in the lives of people. At no time in the past couple decades do I think this has been more true than over the past several months.
From our early infancy to what I guess would now be considered our “tweens” – we are glad to be at the center of this community providing care and compassion to those that walk in our door. And we’ll continue to do so as we all push through this year and beyond. We look forward to growing and building a strong and vibrant footprint in this region and look forward the time when we get to take care of you and your loved ones.
-Jason, PT and Owner