Community Involvement

New York City is a living, breathing ecosystem filled with dynamic people from all walks of life. At SPEAR, we feel it is vitally important to stay engaged with this NYC community—with our patients, with the city’s active youth, with our professional colleagues, and by showing up for causes that are dear to our hearts.

Whether its hosting a baseball screening for the local Little League, giving a talk at a local gym, or cycling to support cancer research, we are ever aware that we are part of something much bigger than simply our practice and our team. As such, we are continually searching for ways to show NYC how much we care, and to give back to this community that has always been so supportive of us.

T.E.A.L. 5K Run/Walk in Prospect Park benefiting Ovarian Cancer research
SPEAR therapists volunteer at the annual New York City Triathlon. And some even compete!
Helping racers at the 2017 NYC Triathlon Expo
Team SPEAR representing at the Autism Speaks Walk
SPEAR hosts a Baseball Clinic for the Peter Stuyvesant Little League
Raising funds for Cancer Research at the 2017 Cycle for Survival
SPEAR Co-Founder Dave Endres with Dr. Charles Goodwin at the 2017 JP Morgan Tournament of Champions held in Grand Central Station
Watching hoops at the 2K Classic benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project
Silver medal winners at the OrthoFit Challenge to help raise funds for Metro NYC's Muscular Dystrophy Association summer camp
2016's Walk to Cure Arthritis across the Brooklyn Bridge
2016 Cycle for Survival
Celebrating the NYU DPT Program's 90th Anniversary
Keeping racers safe at the finish line of the 2015 NYC Triathlon
SPEAR representing at the NYPTA's PT Day of Service in Central Park
Collecting donations for Toys for Tots during the Holidays
SPEAR FiDi's team volunteering at The Bowery Mission
Our crew at Cycle for Survival supporting the Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center
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