Allied Services Integrated Health System is proud to announce Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates, PC as a Major Sponsor of the 2012 Ryan’s Run Campaign. This will be the third year that Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates has served as a Major Sponsor for Ryan’s Run, reaffirming their support for Allied Services’ work to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities and life-changing injuries. Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates’ Matt Scalese, DPT, represented the company last year on race day, completing the NYC Marathon in 3:49:29.
“Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates have long been supporters of Allied Services and we’re thankful to have such a strong community partner. Their continued support plays a significant role in helping us to change the lives of individuals with disabilities. We’re excited to welcome Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates back as a third year Ryan’s Run sponsor,” commented William P. Conaboy, Esq., President and CEO, Allied Services Integrated Health System, about today’s announcement.
Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates, the region’s leader in comprehensive non-surgical treatment of back and neck pain, specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of painful conditions of the spine, muscles and joints. Their Board Certified physicians also treat acute and chronic sports injuries, peripheral neurologic injuries, disabling injuries of the brain and spinal cord, or complicated musculoskeletal problems when surgical treatment may not be preferred or indicated. The physicians of Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates have treatment offices in six counties. In addition to their physical medicine and rehabilitation practice, evidence-based complementary treatments are also offered through the Healing Arts Center, NE Rehabilitation Chiropractic Center, and the TLC Medical Fitness and Physical Therapy Center. Visit www.nerehab.com for more information about Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates.
“We are proud and pleased to support Ryan’s Run again this year. This event demonstrates the compassionate commitment of our community to those with disabilities,” said Michael D. Wolk, MD, Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates.