Where do I see my business in 10 years?

In a decade, I envision my physical therapy practice to be a place where healthy returning patients choose smart maintenance work with our doctors. These patients come to us not because of discomfort or injury, but rather to maintain their performance in leisurely activities such as golf, running, or pickleball, or to be able to focus on work without any pain or distractions.
We have noticed that a significant number of our loyal patients understand the benefits of physical therapy firsthand and appreciate the importance of ongoing care and support. They are committed to taking proactive steps to prevent injuries and maintain their physical function, which is where the concept of smart maintenance comes in.
Smart maintenance is all about maintaining the human body, much like regular maintenance is necessary for a car, such as changing oil, rotating tires, checking brake fluid, and timing belts. To achieve smart maintenance, we rely on Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs), who are highly trained healthcare professionals that specialize in human body mechanics. DPTs possess a deep understanding of how the body moves and functions and are experts in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the musculoskeletal system.
Working with a DPT is the best option for individuals who want to maintain a high level of function while keeping their body healthy. By doing so, patients can prevent injuries, recover from existing conditions, and maintain their physical abilities as they age. Furthermore, physical therapy is not just about treating injuries, it is also about preventing them. DPTs can help patients identify potential risk factors and develop personalized exercise plans to address these risks, thereby maintaining their current level of function and avoiding future injuries.
Physical therapy can also help older adults maintain or even improve their physical abilities as they age. As we age, our bodies experience changes that can lead to a loss of flexibility, strength, and balance. DPTs can help older adults maintain their physical abilities through targeted exercises and other interventions. This can help them remain active and independent for longer, improving their overall quality of life. 
In conclusion, at Tribeca Physical Therapy, we strive to help our patients achieve optimal health and wellness by providing smart maintenance strategies with the help of our expert DPTs. Our ultimate goal is to help our patients maintain a high level of physical function while keeping their body healthy, preventing injuries, and promoting overall health and wellbeing.