It was his wedding day, and it was the mother-and-son dance. He surprised her, dipping her. And then he surprised himself and dropped her.

PLYMOUTH – It was his wedding day, and it was the mother-and-son dance. He surprised her, dipping her. And then he surprised himself and dropped her.

Long Pond Physical Therapy co-owners Brian Faghan and Andy Burke have heard it all. The mother limped in, her hand on her back.

“He was trying to spin her and wound up dropping her on the dance floor,” Faghan said. “He tried to put her into a dip and she just went right to floor. She was laughing about it. She was sore; it wasn’t like a major injury.”

Long Pond Physical Therapy at 110 Long Pond Road is celebrating 15 years in business, and Faghan and Burke say the key to their success is their success rate.

“We have great teams assembled at both locations,” Faghan said. “Our clients experience recovery from injuries and surgeries and become great referral sources as they share their success stories. The healing process can be grueling at times, so we attempt to inject some fun into the visits, while still focusing on expedient recovery. Our growth over the years is a tribute to our clients and staff.”

The company has a second location at 30 Schoosett St., Pembroke.

Faghan and Burke were working as physical therapists at Long Pond Physical Therapy when they bought the company 15 years ago. Their team of physical therapists, they say, has helped patients regain movement after injuries and overcome restrictions from surgeries, arthritis and other painful joint disorders.

Faghan and Burke, and the rest of the Long Pond Road Physical Therapy team, work with clients to correct muscle imbalances, prescribing corrective exercises and helping patients through joint mobilization work while lying on a table.

“One of the best cases I saw was a spinal cord injury,” Faghan said. “When he initially came to us he could barely weight bear or walk. He returned to 100 percent. It took lower extremity conditioning to get him back to work. It was spinal shock, damage to the spinal chord, which is severe. He was in a motorcycle accident.”

Long Pond Physical Therapy’s service encompasses a wide range of therapies, including stretching, strengthening, joint mobilization and manipulation, gait training and analysis, balance training, taping, neuromuscular reeducation, ultrasound, electrical stimulation and more. The company works with physicians and health practitioners to develop the right therapies for every patient.

Long Pond Physical Therapy is a member of the Plymouth Area and Pembroke chambers of commerce and supports Heidrea for Heroes, Run to Home Base, Pembroke Titans Softball, Pembroke Firehouse Food Pantry, the Jimmy Fund, South Shore Community Action Council, Youth Sorts, BNI and a number of other charities.

Faghan is a past Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year and Burke and team member Meghan Keller are recipients of the “Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine 40 under 40” award.

Long Pond Physical Therapy offers bi-monthly balance classes for seniors through the Council on Aging and works with local colleges to offer clinical education for physical therapy students.

For more information visit longpondpt.com or call 508-746-6922.

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