Westchester Square Physical Therapy (WSPT) of Bronx is committed to being on the cutting edge of physical therapy and having a very positive influence on their community. Proving this once again, they are adding a twist to a traditional fund raiser, creating a unique exercise experience for a great cause.
From Monday, December 7, 2009 through Saturday, December 12, 2009 WSPT will be hosting a Treadmill Walk-a-Thon to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. Participants will log time on WSPT’s treadmills, including the therapy pool treadmill, to raise funds on behalf of the Arthritis Foundation.
“We thought it was a great idea to bring the cause into our practice so that our patients, their families and anyone who knows someone afflicted with arthritis can participate,” said WSPT Executive Director, Daniel Seidler, “without having to be out in the cold.”
In addition to raising money for a worthy cause, walkers will be rewarded with WSPT tokens of appreciation such as WSPT gear, free massages, and personal training sessions. In addition, the walkers who clock the farthest distance and raise the most funds will receive a free WSPT Gym membership.
Participation is open to anyone and all donations are tax deductible.
WSPT is the Bronx’s world-class location for Physical Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, and Wellness. Their 11,000 square foot facility is equipped with state-of-the-art rehab equipment, a full yoga/pilates/dance studio, and a Hydroworx Aquatic Therapy Pool with built-in treadmill. WSPT – world-class care, right around the corner. For more information about WSPT, please visit their website here.
About the Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation is the only national not-for-profit organization that supports the more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions. Founded in 1948, the Arthritis Foundation is the largest private, not-for-profit contributor to arthritis research in the world, funding more than $380 million in research grants since 1948. The foundation helps people take control of arthritis by providing public health education; pursuing public policy and legislation; and conducting evidence-based programs to improve the quality of life for those living with arthritis. For more information about the Arthritis Foundation, please visit their website here.