San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2008
Planet Granite, a world-class, 25,000 sq. ft. climbing, yoga and fitness facility, and San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, an established provider of physical therapy in San Francisco, today announced the addition of physical therapy services at Planet Granite's Sunnyvale location. Both Planet Granite and SF Sport and Spine PT are excited about the opportunity to expand services and help rock climbers and members of the general community.
"We love the idea of adding physical therapy services," says Renee DeAngelis of Planet Granite. "Providing tools to keep our customers in top shape is a priority for us."
Jerry Durham, physical therapist at San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, notes that climbers benefit when they understand how they are using their shoulders, just as with throwers or people bearing weight through their arms as in yoga. All of these activities also require good core and leg strength. "All of these areas can be tested, checked and addressed by a physical therapist". If any issues are noted, they can be dealt with BEFORE they become problems.
"We are very happy with our new location in Planet Granite," says Durham. "Our last two locations, and four of our six current locations, are situated inside fitness facilities. It's a great fit and provides unparalleled convenience for clients and patients."
Planet Granite Sunnyvale offers over 5000 sq. ft. of fitness area with abundant strength, cardio, and core fitness equipment. They also have a dedicated yoga studio and indoor cycling room, in addition to 119 top ropes reaching up to 60 foot heights, indoor and outdoor bouldering, over 20 realistic hand-carved cracks, and enough overhanging and long vertical lead terrain to pump out the strongest climbers.
About San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy:
San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy was started in 2001 and has since grown to 6 locations in San Francisco, Sunnyvale and San Mateo. Our mission is "To advance the physical well-being of humanity".
Jerry Durham, Director of Public Relations
San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy
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