Cameron, NC (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT) is proud to be sponsoring Anderson Creek Club’s upcoming 5K, 10K, and one-mile fun walk on Saturday, February 7, 2015 in Spring Lake, NC. Proceeds from the race will benefit Overhills High School’s Athletic Booster Club.
As a sponsor of the event, BTPT will staff a runner’s station where they will provide support to participants and free screen cards participants can use for future visits to BTPT. Additionally, BTPT’s physios will be present at the finish line to answer post-race musculoskeletal or training questions and for screening and stretching as needed.
“We are ecstatic to be supporting the Anderson Creek Club’s 8th annual 5K, 10K, and fun walk this year,” said Lucas Simoes, PT, MS, Cameron Clinic Director. “We look forward to a fun morning with the members of our community in the name of a good cause.”
The event will take place at the Anderson Creek Club in Spring Lake, NC at 9:00 AM. Registration for the race can be completed online before February 6 for $25 ($20 for students age 1-18) or in-person the morning of the race between 6:30– 8:30 AM for $30. Participants who do not live within the Anderson Creek community will be shuttled to the starting point from Overhills High School. For additional details, please email andersoncreek10k(at)yahoo(dot)com.
To book a pre-race appointment with an expert BTPT physio to discuss your fitness needs, please call (910) 499-4544. For more information about BreakThrough Physical Therapy, please visit BreakThroughPTclinics.com.
About BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT):
BreakThrough Physical Therapy (BTPT) is a private physical therapy practice with locations in Cameron, Greensboro, Fayetteville, Morehead City, and Winston Salem, North Carolina. BreakThrough Physios pride themselves in having advanced training in delivering hands-on treatment to achieve optimal results in a shorter timeframe for patients suffering from all orthopedic conditions. Common conditions treated include sports and work related injuries, neck and back pain, headaches, and muscle and tendon disorders. For more information visit BreakThroughPTclinics.com.