2012: Good things to come!

I hope the holiday season was happy and relaxing for all of you and I wish you all the best for 2012.  As we get into our usual routines again for 2012, remember to listen to your body. It is constantly sending you information and telling you what it needs and wants.  If you find those nagging injuries are not disappearing after a short time, book an appointment with Thrive.  The sooner we see what is going on, the sooner we can change things in a positive way.  In this way, together we can “Strive to Thrive!”

I want to say “Thanks”  to all of you for booking appointments at Thrive Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic and therefore helping to make 2011 a great year for Thrive.  Although at first it felt overwhelming and intimidating to start a new business, I am happy with how it has all come together.  There are a few exciting opportunities coming up in 2012 for Thrive Physiotherapy and I will keep you up to date with things as the puzzle pieces fall into place.

The feedback I have received regarding the online booking system has been overwhelmingly positive.  Having the ability to choose and book your own appointment with an immediate confirmation at any time of the day is something many of you appreciate.  If you want to leave feedback on feel free to do so.  Send an email to thrivephysio@gmail.com with your thoughts on how I can make things better.  I appreciate honest feedback from all of you.   I know some of you had mentioned having trouble with the on-line “Client Intake Form” and you’ll be happy to know that I have made improvements to this form. Now it is an easy on-line fillable form that gets sent to Thrive when new clients click on “submit”.

Some of you have mentioned that you have either seen or heard ongoing advertising for Thrive Physiotherapy in the media, but the best way for Thrive to continue to grow is through word of mouth through all of you. You may have already received tokens of my appreciation for having referred friends and family.  Spread the word, and as long as your friends let me know that you sent them my way, I will do my best to continue with this practice.

If you are interested in emailing me a testimonial I could use on the website, it would be greatly appreciated. It is always good to keep the testimonials fresh and current.

Once again, I wish you all the best for 2012 and that it will be a fun, pain-free, enjoyable year for you and ones you love.


Steve Witvoet

BScPT, Certificate Sport Physiotherapist
Team Physiotherapist: National Para-Alpine Ski Team
Instructor, Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy

Thrive Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic