Cioffredi & Associates Recognized Nationally with PRACTICE OF THE YEAR 2016 Honorable Mention

Cioffredi Recognized Nationally Top 4 PT Practice

 

December 2016

Cioffredi & Associates was named recipient of one of three national 2016 Honorable Mentions for ADVANCE magazine’s Practice of the Year award. Read on for an excerpt from the full article in the December 2016 edition of ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine.

 

Second Consecutive Year

For the second consecutive year, Cioffredi & Associates|The Institute for Health and Human Performance, located in Lebanon, NH, has earned a “top 4” designation in the Advance Healthcare Network’s ADVANCE Magazine’s Physical Therapy Practice of the Year award competition.

Now in its 15th year, the ADVANCE Practice of the Year Contest tallies anonymous entries from across the country and scores them on a range of success metrics. The contest is free to enter and is never connected with advertising contracts or incentives.

Other recipients of the top 4 honors included Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy, a practice with 22 clinic location headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, and Synergy Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine based in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

We continue to be grateful for the opportunity to work with wonderful people here in the Upper Valley!

About Cioffredi & Associates, Lebanon, N.H. 

Cioffredi & Associates is located in Lebanon, N.H., near Dartmouth College, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, and Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital. Founder Bill Cioffredi, PT, grew up in Rutland, Vt., graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979, and began his professional career at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center right out of school. While at DHMC he met Ruth Curtis, an OT specializing in hand rehabilitation.

In 1985 Bill and Ruth married, and established the Cioffredi Orthopaedic & Sports Therapy Center. Originally, the practice was open part-time, with Bill as sole provider. As the caseload grew, he brought on additional staff to meet demand and to maintain his policy of immediate therapist access. The organization moved four times since its inception, each time to a larger and more efficient space. Today the practice has 23 staff members offering a full complement of therapy services.

“In 2014, we moved to new location and developed the Institute for Health and Human Performance,” said CEO Amy Hayward. “The vision of the institute was to provide adjunctive and complementary services, which include medically based personal training, nutrition counseling, massage therapy, and health coaching to our existing rehabilitation services. It also allowed us the ability to provide educational forums and programming on a variety of healthcare topics to the general public. The institute is now viewed as a resource of knowledge for in the community.”Cioffredi Award Winning Practice

Their patient-first customer service philosophy includes immediate therapist access, a warm and welcoming therapy environment, inspiring open floor plan complete with cathedral ceilings, natural light, and views of the surrounding woods, and a client care representative who meets with all new patients.

Pillars of maintaining a committed therapy team include a mentorship program, a continuing education allowance, regular 1:1 meetings with supervisors, opportunity to participate in a speaker series, and a fun working environment that often features free breakfast and lunch, staff contests, and regular outings for pizza and bowling. Cioffredi & Associates regularly hosts DPT students as a clinical affiliation site.

Newer offerings include a corporate wellness program and occupational health services. “We are currently working with two local banks that, combined, employ over 350 people, as well as a large accounting firm,” Hayward said. “In our occupational health services we are currently piloting a program working with 36 glass blowers for a nationally recognized company.”

balance workoutAdditional services include a balance and vestibular program that offers free fall prevention screens to people ages 65 and older, and a pediatric therapy program that fills a void in the community for outpatient pediatric services. A speaker series, single-topic seminars, presentations at schools and senior centers, physician meetings, and regular e-mail and social media communication top the list of community engagement.

“In addition to highly competent clinical care, we believe there are other aspects that make up the total patient experience,” Hayward said. “Not only quality of care and clinical outcomes, but a highly satisfied client that has formed a relationship with our office.”


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