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A photo of Sara Laware, US National Skydiving Champion wearing a medal

As a competitive skydiver my body is pushed to the limits on each and every jump. After about 1,000 jumps my shoulders had started to fail me and I had shoulder surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff and detached tendons. Surgery took place about a month before I left for a two week vacation in Vermont. I had just started physical therapy treatments back home (Boston) and was nervous about the thought of not receiving treatment for two weeks while being away. PT360 had treated my mother on several occasions so I contacted them to see if they”d be willing to see me while I was in Vermont, so as to not disrupt my recovery. The therapists at PT360 were so accommodating and willing to treat me while I was in Vermont that they squeezed me in multiple times during their already busy holiday season. Being able to receive such great treatment while I was away resulted in an uninterrupted recovery which allowed me to get back to the sport I love, competitive skydiving, and resume training with my team on schedule. I was able to train hard all summer and then complete at the U.S. National Skydiving Championships held in Arizona in October 2011. My team outlasted 30 other teams from across the nation and won the gold medal in formation skydiving. Had it not been for the great team at PT360 I probably would not have been able to resume training on schedule which would have jeoparidized the entire season for my team. So thank you PT360 for helping my realize my biggest goal as a skydiver – to win a gold medal at the U.S. National Skydiving Championships!