This month, 3D says goodbye to a long-time team member and friend. After 10 years, Joseph Adamchak will be moving on from 3D. We are sad to see him go, but we are excited for him and wish him the best in his new adventure.
Joe has been a fixture at 3D since 2008 and has built relationships with many in our community. He has helped us maintain a vital connection to athletics at the University of Puget Sound and has been an integral factor in growing into the team we are today.
We are committed to continuing the excellent care that Joe has provided many of our patients as we search for a new team member who holds the same passion, ambition and drives that Joe did to excel in the PT profession.
A note from Joe:
“It is with a heavy heart, but a great deal of excitement, that I take this opportunity to move on at the end of June. My wife has been stationed in Stuttgart, Germany working as a Family Medicine Physician for the US Army, and I, of course, will be joining her.
“Fortunately, I have been able to find a position working with US Army Special Forces as a Physical Therapist beginning at the end of the year during her station there. Stephanie and I are very excited about this new opportunity for her, and I and look forward to traveling in Europe and experiencing a new culture during the next three years.
“3DPT has been my home for the last 10 years, and I would be remiss to leave without capitalizing on our new email and blog blasts to thank a few people before I leave.
“First of all, I wanted to thank Paul and my colleagues Chad, Todd, Becky and, more recently, Ben for allowing me to be part of a team that continues to strive to be one of the best PT clinics in the area. Your desire to constantly be learning and staying up to date with the current and best practices in physical therapy has allowed me to develop my skills greatly over these years. You have created a clinic environment that has made it fun to come to work.
“I would like to thank Marcy and our front office staff for all the hard work they do in making our job easier so we can focus our time on treating patients. They are a huge part of what makes our clinic such a great place to be at and I will most likely be hard-pressed to find the same efficiency they work anywhere else. Finally, I would like to thank all of the patients I have had the opportunity to treat over the last 10 years.
“The community we have developed here at 3D is a large part due to you, and the positive energy and desire to heal has made coming to work a joy. I have taken great satisfaction of helping you achieve your goals whether it be returning to regular exercise or walking again, getting back to your recreational activities, or returning to the playing field.
“I am saddened to be leaving the 3D community and the relationships that I have developed with so many of you over the years, but I do feel that I am leaving you all in great hands! If any of you need to get a hold of me, please email me at [email protected], as I will probably end up with a new phone number when we move.
“I have been blessed to come to work at 3D and will be hard-pressed to find a job with a better view and a better group of colleagues and patients! Thank you for making it a joy to come to work for the last 10 years!
“Auf Wiedersehen!!! (Goodbye)”
-Joe Adamchak