WE ARE FAMILY
by Adam Clark, PT, DPT
What makes a company/group/organization great? It is a question often asked and often times, has many different answers. I got to thinking about this very question at a recent directors meeting that we have at the beginning of every month. In short, we discuss our individual clinics and how the recent month has been, how to improve in the coming months and upcoming events. It was brought up at this meeting not to lose sight of what makes us great, in the midst of all the recent growth of our company. Now there are many different qualities about Dynamix that, in my opinion, make us great, but the one thing that we were talking about in particular is the relationships that we develop with our customers.
THE CULTURE OF FAMILY IN OUR CLINICS
Now don’t get me wrong, it is a great feeling when I have a patient fully rehabilitated and back to their normal life, but honestly, I enjoy the conversations and camaraderie we share just as much. I believe that is what makes Dynamix special. We have a staff that collectively enjoys not only helping people feel better, but making those connections with our customers. That develops a culture of family in our clinics.
I knew early on in life that I wanted to be a physical therapist. I have the traditional story of being injured in sports and having to endure some therapy along the way. I thought about how rewarding it would be to help people feel better. The thing I did not realize at the time was how many friendships I would develop along the way.
FULFILLING OUR MISSION STATEMENT
To answer the question at the beginning, there are many qualities, in my mind, that makes a group great, but the one at the top of my list is to treat others like family and the rest will follow. We have a unique opportunity everyday to not only improve people’s health, but to be a bright spot in their day. Hence our mission statement “to be the bright spot in our customers day while pursuing excellence in healthcare and service.”
“The greatest healing therapy is friendship and love.” – Hubert H. Humphrey