Tidewater Physical Therapy Donates $8,600 to Richmond 2015 and Brain Injury Association of Virginia

The Tidewater Physical Therapy-hosted Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo on Feb. 1 benefited Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships and the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.

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The Tidewater Physical Therapy-hosted Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo on Feb. 1 benefited Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships and the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.

Tidewater Physical Therapy is committed to supporting our community and in delivering expert information to athletes, coaches and healthcare professionals.

Richmond, VA (PRWEB) March 10, 2014

Tidewater Physical Therapy is pleased to announce that thanks to the sponsors and the nearly 500 attendees of the inaugural Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo on Feb. 1, it donated $4,300 each to the Brain Injury Association of Virginia and the Richmond 2015 UCI Road World Championships.

Tim Miller, Chief Operating Officer of Richmond 2015, and Kim Moore, President of the Brain Injury Association of Virginia, accepted the donations this month from Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Richmond Regional Director, Kevin Dintino, and Jim Miller, Clinical Director and cycling enthusiast from the Laburnum location.

Both organizations commended Tidewater Physical Therapy, the sponsors and the attendees for their great support of their missions.

“This inaugural event really did become a day of motivation and inspiration thanks to these two great organizations being on site and available to educate the attendees about their mission,” said Dintino, also an avid cyclist. “Tidewater Physical Therapy is committed to supporting our community and in delivering expert information to athletes, coaches and healthcare professionals.”

Tidewater Physical Therapy hosted the inaugural Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo at the Westin Richmond.

The event featured an array of speakers, including Olympic silver medalist and professional triathlete Michellie Jones, cycling coach Chris Carmichael and cyclist Frankie Andreu.

Richmond 2015 is the organization that will bring top cyclists from around the world to Richmond to compete in the world cycling championships. The Brain Injury Association of Virginia is committed to advancing brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education and to improving the quality of life for all individuals impacted by brain injury.

Tidewater Physical Therapy is already planning the next symposium. Contact Geri Hall at ghall(at)tpti(dot)com for more information about the 2nd Annual Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo.

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From left, Kevin Dintino of Tidewater Physical Therapy, Tim Miller of Richmond 2015, Kim Moore of the Brain Injury Association of Virginia and Jim Miller of Tidewater Physical Therapy.

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ABOUT TIDEWATER PHYSICAL THERAPY:

Founded in 1986, Tidewater Physical Therapy remains a physical therapist-owned, independent, outpatient physical therapy practice, with more than 30 locations across Southeast and Central Virginia and two Performance Centers.

For more information about Tidewater Physical Therapy, visit http://www.tpti.com. Learn more about the Tidewater Performance Center at http://www.tidewaterperform.com.


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