Peak Performance Physical Therapy, specialists in orthopedic manual physical therapy, has organized a donation drive to help protect frontline health care workers in the continuing fight against COVID-19.
Items that can be donated include gloves, N95 masks, hand sanitizer, cloth masks with filters, disinfectant sprays and wipes and headbands with buttons or straps for masks. Donations can be dropped off in the bin outside of the main entrance at all three clinic locations in Lansing, Okemos and Dewitt. The drive will continue through the end of April. Items will be distributed to health care workers in hospitals and physician offices in need.
“The health care providers on the frontline of treating COVID-19 patients have supported our community for years, and now it’s time we return that support,” Jill Marlan, CEO and founder of Peak Performance Physical Therapy, said in a news release. “It’s more important now than ever that our community stands together.”
The drive is to help keep those on the frontlines battling and treating the pandemic safe by getting them the necessary supplies. Every precautionary measure gets the community one step closer to being back to normal. Through such initiatives, residents can show health care workers gratitude for the work they are doing during this crisis.
Drop off locations are 7402 Westshire Drive, Suite 105 in Lansing, 2301 W. Grand River Ave in Okemos and 13105 Schavey Road in Dewitt.
Peak Performance Physical Therapy was founded by Marlan in 2011. By 2015, it had outgrown the original clinic and relocated to the current Lansing location on Westshire Drive. In 2017, Marlan was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year by the Greater Lansing Business Monthly’s Greater Lansing Entrepreneurial Awards. In 2018, Marlan received the 2018 North American Ernst and Young Winning Women Entrepreneur of the Year award over a pool of more than 2,000 applicants across the United States and Canada.
For more information about Peak Performance Physical Therapy, visit peakperformanceompt.com.