We are about to close out 2021! Can you believe it? I don’t know about you, but this year has been one of a kind for me! The craziness started early and never let up the entire year! Here are a few highlights:
1) COVID vaccinations got into full swing
2) Florida students really got back into the schools completely! Now they’re essentially mask-free!
3) Bitcoin is now all the rage! Hahahaha!
Well, on a more personal note: We, at FM Vein, moved into our new space on Royal Gulf Circle. We love it, by the way, and I think those of you who have come in, love it too!
We have increased our in-office inventory of compression stockings, as well as Arnica, and vein supplements. Despite our growth, I think we truly have managed to stay in touch with each of our patients to meet their needs. I would ask if you are a current, or past patient of ours, please send us a note on our website or Facebook page. We love to hear from you, to know how you’re doing. Whether it’s constructive criticism or praise, we want to hear from you.
Over the summer my wife, daughter, and I were able to get away for a nice break out in Yellowstone! That was the most beautiful place I’ve ever been. If you ever have the opportunity, you have to experience it. We were also able to spend some time with friends and our two grown sons throughout the year! The boys are busy with school and work, but we managed to squeeze the time in. I certainly hope that you and your loved ones get to spend some quality time together during the holidays. Remember to live intentionally, with the ones you want to spend time with. Go for a walk with that special someone (spouse, child, parent, friend!) Keep those legs MOVING!
I would like to invite you to feel free to contact me via our webpage email link with any questions about a venous disease you may have. Let me know if you would rather come in, or talk over the phone, or via email to answer your questions. I am willing to use any form of communication you wish. Sometimes it is best to answer a problem/question face to face, but I can certainly try to educate remotely if at all possible. In fact, some people have told me they found the answer to their question on the website already.
As always, stay safe, work hard, play hard, and enjoy your loved ones!!