Welcome to Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy. We are your Privately and Locally Owned Physical Therapy Specialists on the East Side and North Seattle!
As we all have been practicing social distancing, our country, and our own cities, have become embroiled in racial turmoil. Our community, already struggling to come back from Covid19, now needs to also come back from division, and find healing and social support. Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy intends to fulfill our obligation to empower our communities to live healthy, fulfilling, and happy lives. To us, that means staying active and helping to give back. And that is why Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy will be hosting a Virtual-19K event this 4th of July weekend. Sponsors are a BIG part of this, as business, government, and social support organizations collaborating on health, equity in health care, and access to healthy spaces to move can make our community better! So please check out our sponsors, as our page will be updated regularly as they sign on!
How to participate? Register, and then just move! Run, walk, bike, swim, kayak, stroll, hike, or whatever else enables you to count a “step” towards 19 Kilometers between 7am July 3rd and 7pm July 5th. You can do it by yourself, as a team, as a family, a company, a church group, a group of neighbors, or a book club -- whatever you want! You can do it over the course of the 3 days or all at once or do it once every day! The distance can be shared between teammates, so you are not doing the whole 19k. Just register and show proof it happened!
Post a picture of 19K (11.8 miles) of YOU sporting your race bib and your work done on your treadmill, fitness tracker, cycle, or home dance floor. Or you can just post a picture of your GPS tracker from your phone. If you can't track it, then tell us about it, we want to eliminate any barrier to participation! Include the total distance and the time it took to get there (whatever “there” is). Then post that picture on Facebook and be sure to tag Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy and #PSSPT19K so that we can make you a celebrity on our pages! Follow our FB/Insta pages to see us repost your posts at Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy. The more pics the better, to show our community we can come together, to be healthier, to move through our neighborhoods together, and to socially engage with each other.
ALL proceeds will go to two charities that support people who are socioeconomically and racially at risk for poor health outcomes due to food and job insecurity, and less access to affordable health care:
International Community Health Services at 1050 140th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA (and other locations in greater Seattle)
Hopelink at 14812 Main Street, Bellevue WA (and other locations in greater Seattle)
- Individual = $15.00
- Team = $25.00
- Corporate Team/Sponsor = $100.00, with larger amounts greatly appreciated
Swag Bags will have Peak Summer Essentials:
* Individuals will receive 1 swag bag
* Teams will receive 2 swag bags
* Corporate Team/Sponsors will receive 2 swag bags and have the ability to add items to swag
* Additional swag bags can be purchased for $5.00 (while supplies last)
Prizes: We reward effort, participation, and achieving goals
International Community Health Services ICHS provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health services to improve the wellness of King County’s diverse people and communities. ICH’s doors remain open to all people. We offer a complete health care home with primary medical, dental, vision, and behavioral services. We provide care that is as individual as you are, from a dedicated health care team that works as a partner to keep you as healthy7 as possible through all stages of life.
Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. Hopelink provides a network of critical social services through a number of different programs – including housing, transportation, family development, financial assistance, employment programs, adult education, financial literacy training and five food banks. The agency’s service centers, housing and transportation programs help more than 63,000 people every year