The Moving Edition.
Welcome back for our fourth “Adventure” newsletter. Or, if this is your first, then we’re glad you’re here. We’re going to invite you into our crew. Introduce you to our people. Give you an inside look at our favorite things. Oh, and we changed the name of the clinic… and we are moving! Strap in, this is going to be grand!
In these newsletters, we’re going to create a themed experience for you. Each time, something different. Our fourth edition is built around a new adventure we’re all going on! We changed the name of the clinic, and moving to a new location in March!
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“Your Table is Ready”
We’ll be moving to the Waterfront Commons area of Otsego, surrounded by the best dining Otsego has to offer.
Dr. Michlynn loves live music at Pour, Dale relishes the ambiance at Rockwoods and Ava loves the gluten-free options at Boondox.
Other spots not to miss are Fresh Squeeze and Cowboy Jacks!
55 Hour Roadtrip?
5 questions with physical therapy guru and former Alaskan resident, Dr. Libby.
The Moving Edition seemed fitting to ask if you listened to The Proclaimers “500 miles” song on repeat on the lengthy journey that led you to Ripple Health?
I have travelled *quite* a distance to get to Ripple Health. I was born in Minnesota, but was actually raised in Alaska.
From the ages of 6-18, I lived in a tiny town called Talkeetna. I have many stories and experiences that I love to share about growing up in Alaska for anyone interested in hearing them. I returned to Minnesota to attend college, and then up to Fargo, North Dakota for graduate school. Finally, I ended up back in Minnesota where I began my career at Ripple Health.
What is your favorite part of moving?
My favorite part of moving is getting to a new place and making it my own. I love hanging pictures, organizing, and decorating to make a space feel like home.
When you’re not at the clinic, what is your favorite pastime?
I love creating things, making things beautiful. I used to build houses, so I find woodworking & carpentry to be cathartic. My happy place is detailing and polishing cars, so when I have a free day, that’s where you’ll My favorite pastimes are reading and gardening. I’m an avid reader, especially in the winter. And, because I live in an apartment right now, I have indoor plants that satisfy my green thumb. Otherwise, in the summer I help take care of my parent’s garden and my in-law’s garden.
What led you to become a physical therapist?
I knew I wanted to have a career in the medical field to help people, but didn’t want to be a full-blown medical doctor. It was actually my mom who suggested being a physical therapist. After doing more research, I loved the sound of it. Ever since, it has clicked and become my passion.
How do you want to be remembered in 100 years?
In 100 years, I hope to be remembered as someone who made a positive impact in people’s lives. Whether it was a small action, or big. My goal is to leave the world a better place.
While it’s not quite like winning a game show, here’s what items in the new “Ripple Health Showcase” the team is excited for!
The new building and it’s furnishings! – Dr. Ben
I love the name Ripple Health Clinic – Kelley, PT
The amazing front desk and retail area – Ava, CA
I’m excited for the size of the new space! – Erin, CA
You’ve Reached the End.
We hope you’ve enjoyed your voyage with us. Stay tuned next month for another adventure!
We always feel that the more the merrier, so if you know someone who’d enjoy coming along for the ride, pass this along.