ActiveCare Physical Therapy believes that the best Physical Therapists and best Physical Therapy experiences come from our work outside of our facility in addition to our work with you and our referrals. We do our best to promote various charities with on-site event medical treatment and support. We believe in supporting good causes that aid health-focused issues and promote healthy lifestyles.
We believe in social responsibility. Seeing what else is out there that people are dealing with makes us better Physical Therapists. It helps us understand what we need to do in our work to provide you with the Best Physical Therapy facility in midtown Manhattan. Take a look below at some of the events we have supported.
ActiveCare Physical Therapy Participates in the 2021 NYC Walk To Cure Arthritis
Team Activecare PT was honored this year to be named the Top Fundraising Team of the NYC Walk to Cure Arthritis! We raised over 25K this year with the help of our generous donors who include family, friends and patients. Team ActiveCare PT walked through midtown Manhattan to enjoy the beautiful weather and support this great cause which affects 54 million Americans. You can still donate even though the walk is done.
Please go to our team page: https://events.arthritis.org/team/ActiveCarePhysicalTherapy. Every little bit helps to find a cure for arthritis. Thank you for your support!
Arthritis 2019 ACPT Warm Up stretch
ActiveCare PT & The Arthritis Foundation
ActiveCare Physical Therapy has been participating with the Arthritis Foundation in NY since 2012. We have led the warm up and cool down stretch, participated as In-Kind Coordinator (responsible for generating food and beverage donations) and have raised funds to build awareness for this debilitating disease. Every year, we generate a team to join the Walk to Cure Arthritis. Please reach out to us if you ever want to join our team. It is an open enrollment.
Karena Wu volunteers at the Stephen Stiller Tunnel to Towers Run
Karena was asked to volunteer at the Stephen Stiller Tunnel to Towers Run on September 30, 2012. She was asked to participate as a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner and as a Physical Therapist. She was one of two PT’s out of a total of 60 medical volunteers. The medical volunteers were stationed at the finish and she was there to kinesio tape as well as do any manual therapies to any of the participants of the race.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series: New York 10K, 2011
19th Annual Top Ten Pastry Chefs in America