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New Clinic! Mount Pleasant, Old Village

Posted on September 15, 2015 by

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We’re proud to announce the opening of our 6th clinic, Imagine PT Old Village, which started seeing patients on September 8th. As the city of Mount Pleasant has grown, the need for physical therapy has grown with it. Imagine aims to serve the whole city of Mount Pleasant, and we know you’ll find our newest location convenient.


Although the clinic location is new to Imagine, rest assured that our Clinic Manager, Dusty Tolley, is pretty old news. Dusty has been working at our Park West clinic since 2011 when he was a student. He’s a gifted PT, and Imagine never let him go, hiring him directly upon graduation. “Working at Imagine Physical Therapy has been such a blessing for me,” shares Dusty. “Now having the opportunity to open a new clinic is a dream come true. My promise is that we will provide exceptional care and develop lasting friendships with anyone that walks through our door. We’ll listen to your wellness goals and give you concrete steps on how to reach them, supporting you in any way possible.”


For more about Dusty, please visit our Staff Page here.


Imagine Old Village is located off of Coleman Boulevard at 1304-C Erckmann Drive. Heading toward Sullivans Island, turn right on Erckmann Drive between Taco Bell and Oriental Garden. We are the first left hand turn off that road into a brick building. Coming from Chuck Dawley, turn right onto Coleman Blvd. Pass Fonduely Yours and turn left between Oriental Garden and Taco Bell.


We sincerely appreciate any friends and family you can send our way. Thanks for being part of the Imagine family!



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Good Eats and Treats: Easy Does It!

Posted on September 15, 2015 by

For most of us time is in short supply. We fill our days with exercise, work, kids, grandkids, friends, church activities, physical therapy appointments (a-hem 🙂 ) and many other things. Maybe you love to cook, maybe you don’t….but we all have one thing in common–we love to EAT GOOD FOOD. This month we chose two recipes that have two things in common–they’re simple and delicious… you can eat good food without spending much time in the kitchen! We hope you enjoy. (And, as always, please consider sending us YOUR favorite recipes to


Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup


Perfect for a week night meal. Throw it in the crockpot in the morning and you’re ready to go after school and/or work in the evening! (and it’s a ‘Fallish’ recipe–we’ll pretend that it’s cool outside…). 



• 1 pound frozen chicken (shred near end of cooking time)
• 1 (15 ounce) can whole peeled tomatoes, mashed
• 1 (10 ounce) can enchilada sauce
• 1 medium onion, chopped
• 1 (4 ounce) can chopped green chile peppers
• 2 cloves garlic, minced
• 3(14.5 ounce) cans chicken broth
• 1 teaspoon cumin
• 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
• 1 (10 ounce) package frozen corn
• 1 can black beans, rinsed
Optional: Cilantro, avocado, sour cream, shredded cheese
Place chicken, tomatoes, enchilada sauce, onion, green chiles, and garlic into a slow cooker. Pour in chicken broth, and season with cumin, salt, and pepper. Stir in corn and black beans. Cover and cook on Low setting for 6 to 8 hours or on High setting for 3 to 4 hours. Garnish with crushed tortilla chips, sour cream, shredded cheese, cilantro or avocadoes. (Note: garnishes not included in nutrition information) Makes 8 servings.


Original recipe found at



Toffee Apple Dip


A bit of a different spin on your typical fruit dip. This recipe is fantastic to bring to a tailgate party or any get together requiring an appetizer. 



1 (8-oz.) package cream cheese, softened
1 (8-oz.) package toffee bits (or Butterfinger bits are fantastic as well!)
3/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Stir together all ingredients until well blended. Serve immediately, or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 5 days.
Original recipe found at

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Around Town: Shrimp and Grits and Bulls Island

Posted on September 15, 2015 by

Need to get out of the traffic and craziness of our whirlwind world and breathe a bit? We’ve got the place for you! Or if you’d prefer to eat, drink and be merry, we have you covered there as well. This month we’re highlighting the Bulls Island Ferry along with the Second Annual Shrimp & Grits Chefs’ Competition. Not the ‘free-est’ of activities, but well worth your money.


Bulls Island Ferry




If you have an appreciation for the outdoors and insane beauty of South Carolina, put a visit to Bulls Island on your Bucket List!


What? The Bulls Island Ferry offers trips and tours to Bulls Island. Bulls Island is the largest of four barrier islands found within the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Bulls is a 5,000 acre island consisting of maritime forest, fresh and brackish water impoundments, sand dunes and white sandy beaches. It has a wide variety of animals, amphibians and reptiles, but is world renowned for it’s birds. Over 275 species have been recorded on the refuge, most being found on or near Bulls.


Where do we leave from? Garris Landing in Awendaw, SC


What do we do? Once on the island, you’ll be on your own to explore the 16 miles of trails and seven miles of sandy beach. A short walk from the ferry you will find bathroom facilities, picnic area, and storm shelter.  From there, you can decide to walk straight to the beach, meander down Turkey Walk Trail or head over to the freshwater impoundments of the island’s interior. There are plenty of opportunities to tour the island with a guide, and everyone who take the ferry receives a Naturalist-led Ecotour on the way to the island.


Don’t Miss Activities: Boneyard Beach is considered the most beautiful part of the island and is aptly named. This three-mile stretch of beach is the result of the surf moving sand away from this end of the island.  The hundreds of oaks, cedars and pines that are left behind are weathered by the salt and sun to create a skeletonized forest in the sand.


Cost: A guided tour while riding the ferry to the island is $40 for adults and $20 for age 12 and under; guided beach/island tours and other opportunities vary.


Other Island Opportunities: Sunrise tours, Lighthouse Tours, overnight stays at the Dominick House, kayak to Bulls Island (guided)…and other seasonal opportunities. Please visit


2nd Annual Shrimp & Grits Chef Competition

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When is it and where do I go? September 19, 6-9 PM; Joe Riley Stadium



What will I do? Eat, Drink, Dance, Be a Judge



What kind of food? Well, lots of shrimp and grits of course! 20 Top chefs and restaurants will compete for the best shrimp and grits in town–you taste and vote! For a list of restaurants, please click here



What will I listen to? Live music from Shem Creek Boogie Band



What’s it gonna cost me? $12 for children under age 12; $40 for adults; includes all you can eat shrimp and grits—drinks sold separately; VIP tickets also available for $80–cut the line passes, free beverages, special tables and reserved parking included



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