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Real Rehab + Physical Therapy is proud to be a lead sponsor of the 2018 Cycle and Walk the WAVE, The WAVE Foundation’s signature event.
We, at Real Rehab, support and believe in the objective of the Wave Foundation. As their educational program assists individuals to “Discover their Power” against violence, our mission at Real Rehab is to empower our clients to reach their full potential. That is why we are joining forces with the Wave Foundation to promote their primary fundraising event, the Cycle/Walk the Wave on Sunday, September 16, 2018.
The WAVE Foundation is working to increase awareness of the societal impact of sexual assault and domestic violence through their educational and empowerment program, Discover Your Power. Although primarily focused on the youth and young adult populations, the program serves to educate and empower all members of the community on recognizing the warning signs of violence and how to prevent its occurrence.
Real Rehab will be providing WAVE participants with monthly biking, walking and general wellness tips in order to keep you moving forward in meeting your training goals and completing the event of your choice. If you are a cyclist and sign up on or before March 31st you will receive a 15% discount off a 2-hour Bike Fit performed by a physical therapist at Real Rehab. Participants (or just cyclists?) who registered after March 31st will receive a 10% discount on all Wellness and Performance services offered by Real Rehab. Look for updates in the months to come about WAVE/Real Rehab events and activities and how you can participate!
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