First Choice Physical Therapy would like to give a big thank you to everyone who attended and participated in our free athletic physical clinic on Saturday July 30th! We had over 200 athletes attend!! Another thank you to Dr. Michael Taylor, Dr. James McCready, Dr. Maria Parris-Ramie, Whitney Leuenberger ARNP, Gulf Coast State College PTA program students, and the office staff that came out to volunteer their time in order to ensure organization of the school physicals. We were able to effectively see the student athletes of Bay County in a timely and efficient manner because of our volunteers. Feel free to give our in town office a call at (850) 248-1600 or our beach office at (850) 249-1603 for all of your physical therapy needs! Let us help you get better faster!
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 was a very big day for 5 Mosley students as they signed scholarships with the colleges of their choice. First Choice Physical Therapy and MVP Sports Enhancement are so proud of their achievements. It was so impressive how each athlete thanked God and their parents for their success. They also thanked First Choice and MVP for helping them achieve their college dreams. We would love the opportunity to help others achieve their college dreams. Call MVP Sports Enhancement to help take you to the next level 850-248-1600 a service of First Choice Physical Therapy.
A report on Channel 7 News shows Coach Mask talking about the upcoming volleyball season and our own MVP Sports Enhancement’s role in their preparation this summer.
LYNN HAVEN As the prep football season gets going, so too does the high school volleyball season.
Many area teams in fact are in Tallahassee for a preseason classic this weekend. Arnold and Mosley among them.
We paid a visit to one of the latter’s practices this week as head coach Michelle Mask and her group look ahead to what they hope will be another big season.
The Lady Dolphins, who finished 21-9 last season, were district runner up to Arnold, then came back and beat Arnold in round two of the playoffs. Mosley then made it all the way to the region finals, losing to powerhouse Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville.
One reason to believe they can repeat, or even build on that success, the return of T’ara Ceasar, who spent last season with Rutherford, after playing with Mosley as a freshman.
They also return key starters like Kiana Yangson and Kenley Adams.
“Well we knew we were going to have to have a tough summer working out,” said Mask. “And we kind of knew going into the summer that we were gonna work as hard we could all summer to prepare for the fall. And the girls started hard in July. We went to Auburn, we went to U.F., we went two-a-days pretty much all summer. Oh my gosh we went as far as hiring personal trainers. And it’s the first time we’ve ever done it, we had MVP Sports Performance come out here and three times a week he’d come out and he’d do training with the girls, so I think it’s gonna show.”
The season begins for real for Mosley and other area teams next week. The Lady ‘Fins host Catholic in their opener Tuesday at 6.
We love it when a plan comes together. We love it even more when the community supports the plan.
Kids that participate in sports in the Bay County school system must have a physical each year both they can join in. For the 3rd year First Choice Physical Therapy hosted a morning of free school athlete physicals for the students. It is a team effort that extends beyond the staff at FCPT though. We send out a big “Thank You” to everyone involved. Doctors from around the county volunteered to do the main exam and many FCPT staff making sure that students had filled out their forms before getting in line to have their physical and manning several stations set up to check weight, height, eyes and more. It ran like a well oiled machine and you would think we do this everyday.
While this was open to all Bay County students Bay Haven and Bay Haven North were the largest group taking advantage of the offer. It is a testament to the communication system in place between the school, the students and the parents. They really no how to get the word out!
If you missed it this year you can go ahead and put it on your calendar to start watching for us to announce the date next year. We like to target the last weekend of July or very close to it. Follow us on Facebook or visit our web site to find the exact date when it is announced.