Peak Performance Physical Therapy, specialists in orthopedic manual physical therapy, wrapped up their April PPE donation drive and are now working to distribute the supplies to healthcare workers in the Greater Lansing area.
“We are so happy with the number of donations that were collected, and we thank our community for coming together during this time,” said Jill Marlan, CEO and founder of Peak Performance Physical Therapy. “We are proud to be a part of this community.”
Donation boxes sat next to the front doors of the three clinics during April. By the end of the month, the clinics came together to combine the donations of gloves, gowns, hand sanitizer, masks, and disinfectant sprays and wipes. The donated items have been distributed to local physicians and clinics in the mid-Michigan area, and the gowns donated were distributed to labs working to test for COVID-19. The team at Peak Performance Physical Therapy thanks the community for coming together when they were needed.
The PPE donation drive was organized in anticipation of supply chain challenges as local healthcare providers and hospitals, as they continue to fight COVID-19. Every precautionary measure gets the state of Michigan one step closer to being back to normal. Through community initiatives like this, the community is able to show healthcare workers gratitude for all they do.
For more information about Peak Performance Physical Therapy, please visit https://peakperformanceompt.com/.
About Peak Performance Physical Therapy
Peak Performance Physical Therapy was founded by Jill Marlan in 2011. By 2015, they had outgrown that clinic and relocated to their current Lansing location at 7402 Westshire Dr. In 2017 Jill was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year by the Greater Lansing Business Monthly and continues to improve the health and wellness of the community through their physical therapy approach and community education. In 2018, Jill received the 2018 North American Ernst and Young Winning Women Entrepreneur of the Year award over a pool of 2,000+ applicants across the United States and Canada. They continue to provide outreach and education to the local communities through their community relationships and partners.