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Ennis wins award for work as athletic trainer

Carolina Sportscare and Physical Therapy is happy to announce that Kevin Ennis was awarded the 2013 Dan Libera Service Award last month at the National Athletic Trainers Association Conference.  This award was established in 1995 to recognize individuals who have shown dedication to the mission of the BOC. Kevin Ennis is dedicated to the advancement of athletic training, locally, regionally and nationally.  He began his career in athletic training in 1985 as a Head Athletic Trainer and teacher at Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, SC.  Since his career began he has continued to positively influence numerous high school students and student athletes.  Kevin moved to Beaufort in the late 80s and has served the community and the athletes of Beaufort County.  He is now a partner of Carolina Sportscare and Physical Therapy and continues to use his skills to influence the sporting community.  At every step, Kevin has exemplified what it truly means to be an athletic trainer as he promotes and supports the education endeavors of ATC’s.


Weight management classes at Herban Marketplace

Herban Marketplace, Beaufort County’s premier all organic and all-natural grocery will host Think Thin 4 LIFE weight loss management classes August 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. This series of classes will be taught by Think Thin 4 LIFE founder Pat Radcliff NCAC, in a workshop atmosphere. Radcliff has integrated CBT in her 19 years of addiction counseling.  She has a personal history of using these strategies with success in her own life in dealing with weight loss issues since childhood. Due to this special partnership with Herban Marketplace the per person cost has been discounted by 25% to $119 per person for the series.

Think Thin 4 Life is a program that utilizes the strategies of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in assisting individuals in successful, long-term weight loss management. Class members will learn to identify and replace negative thoughts and lifestyle behaviors that hinder effective weight management. Radcliff says, “My class offers the student the tools to overcome those unhelpful, defeating thoughts and replace them with the type of positive clear thinking that empowers them to move forward with a new, healthy lifestyle… for a lifetime.” The Think Thin 4 Life classes are a series and attending all 4 classes is required. Space is very limited. Learn more at www.thinkthin4life.org and register at 843-422-5139.

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