A Vision Born:
With over 38 years of serving the community, Caldwell Physical Therapy has built and cherished relationships with the local high schools, hospitals, doctors and the community. Our heart is in the community and we strive to promote healthy living for every individual. Through this heartbeat, we have founded a not-for-profit, Back in the Game, B.I.G. Through B.I.G, we strive to make a larger imprint within the community and serve in a broader capacity beyond our four walls. We have planted roots in the community to help patients live their healthiest life. To be able to give back in a greater capacity is a continuation of Caldwell Physical Therapy’s character.“Now what is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.” 1 Corinthians 4:2
The mission of B.I.G is to help local student athletes, community and veterans by connecting resources, rehabilitation and wellness to accelerate healthy lives.
How to support:You can donate to Back in the Game which allow resources to continue to grow as we help the community in a greater capacity.
Back In the Game (BIG): B.I.G. is a not-for-profit service agency launched by Caldwell Physical Therapy to build broader partnerships, accomplish targeted goals and help in a larger capacity. You can partner with BIG through helping local student athletes, community and veterans to accelerate healthy lives. 100% of profits go back to the community to promote healthy living.
A Builder Or a Wrecker
As I watched them tear a building down
A gang of men in a busy town
With a ho-heave-ho, and a lusty yell
They swung a beam and the side wall fell
I asked the foreman, “Are these men skilled,
And the men you’d hire if you wanted to build?”
He gave a laugh and said, “No, indeed,
Just common labor is all I need.”
“I can easily wreck in a day or two,
What builders have taken years to do.”
And I thought to myself, as I went my way
Which of these roles have I tried to play'
Am I a builder who works with care,
Measuring life by rule and square?
Am I shaping my work to a well-made plan
Patiently doing the best I can'
Or am I a wrecker who walks to town
Content with the labor of tearing down?
“O Lord let my life and my labors be
That which will build for eternity!”
Author Charles Franklin Benvegar
Originally published in 1967 in “The Songs of the Free State Bards” compiled by Vincent Godfrey Burns.