“IDEAL is very proud to be a sponsor of the Kino Baseball League. We strive our very best to provide our baseball community with quality care they deserve,” says Lawrence Herrera, Partner Physical Therapist at IDEAL’s Silverbell Clinic.
Tucson, Arizona (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
The Kino Baseball League will begin its fifth baseball season at Kino Sports Complex May 29th through June 28th. “IDEAL is very proud to be a sponsor of the Kino Baseball League. We strive our very best to provide our baseball community with quality care they deserve,” says Lawrence Herrera, Partner Physical Therapist at IDEAL’s Silverbell Clinic.
The community will be able to enjoy over 160 baseball games this summer. The summer league consists of 75 teams with over 1,200 players who will compete in five different divisions. The season will continue with American Legion and the College League up to July 24th.
For the tournament schedule go the Kino Baseball League website at http://www.kinobaseball.com and for more about IDEAL Physical Therapy visit their website at http://www.idealphysicaltherapy.com and look for the IDEAL canopy with information to the public at this event.
ABOUT IDEAL PHYSICAL THERAPY
The primary goal of Ideal Physical Therapy is to improve patients’ quality of life by providing rehabilitative and restorative services to promote pain relief. With 20 physical therapy clinics located throughout Phoenix and Tucson, Ideal Physical Therapy employs physical therapists specializing in all forms of physical rehab, including services such as hand therapy, sports physical therapy and orthopedic physical therapy services to promote recovery from hip, elbow, knee, neck and shoulder surgery and conditions. Ideal Physical Therapy’s latest computerized patient care technologies maximize the overall patient experience and increase the quality time spent with a physical or hand therapist.
ABOUT KINO BASEBALL LEAGUE
Kino Baseball League is 501© 3 not for profit program that is administered and managed by a nine person committee with over a 100 years of youth sports volunteer experience. Our mission is to develop and provide competitive, structured and administered seasonal baseball leagues and tournaments for teams in Southern Arizona to compete in established divisions consisting of players ranging from age 10 through 25.