They say all good things must come to an end and it is true. My last day working for Accelerate Physiotherapy is on the 13th May 2016 after working here for the past 4 years 2 months and 8 days.

It will be a bittersweet moment as I leave the clinic, my wonderful colleagues, my friends, family and New Zealand; as my Husband and I head off on an adventure overseas. We are heading over to the UK to start exploring and working around the world and we are unsure exactly when we will be back.

Over the past 4 years I have made many happy memories with the girls at Accelerate and I feel very privileged to have been able to play a part in the recovery and rehabilitation of the clients that I have seen over the years.

Everybody who walks though the clinic doors has a story and as a physiotherapist I enjoy hearing their story and finding a way that I will be able to help them get back to narrating and participating in their own story; as opposed to “sitting on the side lines” as is often the case when an injury is involved.

For the past 2 years I have been lucky enough to operate our satellite clinic in Tuatapere every Tuesday and Thursday and it has been great. The staff at the Tuatapere Medical Centre are wonderful and the community seems to enjoy having the physio service close by (unless they are receiving trigger point release, they don’t seem to enjoy that so much!).

So when I leave the clinic on Friday it will be with feelings of excitement, sadness, nervousness, anticipation, exhilaration, but most of all I will feel thankful. Thankful of the great times I have had, the wonderful people I have met and thankful that I have an amazing opportunity to spread my wings and fly.

So this good thing must come to an end but I cannot wait to see what good thing is coming next.

Until next time…and I shall leave my final words up to Arnie…”I’ll be back”

 Lucy Scurr