The Recovery Project, a provider of aggressive, focused and effective physical and occupation therapy and training to people with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, and other neurological disorders, announced today that they will sponsor and exhibit at the 11th Annual Spring Expo at Schoolcraft College on Tuesday, April 29. The Recovery Project co-CEO and lead physical therapist Polly Swingle made the announcement.
The yearly Spring Expo is designed for adults seeking beneficial lifestyle information, including health and wellness, finance and more. Local business experts will share valuable advice and resources through workshops and demonstrations. The event will take place from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., and is free and open to the public.
“The Spring Expo is an excellent way for our team to engage with the community and connect people with crucial health and wellness resources, whether its area seniors or adults caring for their aging parents,” said Swingle. “At The Recovery Project, we offer a wide variety of programs designed to help seniors live healthier lifestyles, and battle the symptoms and injuries caused by aging or neuromuscular diseases. This event is the perfect way to share how we can help the aging community.”
The Recovery Project’s aging and wellness offerings include everything from fall prevention exercises and home consultations, to supported fitness memberships in which seniors can work out at the firm’s facilities under supervision, to physical therapy for those with Parkinson’s Disease. Polly Swingle, who is a Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult, built each program from the ground up using evidence-based research and her in-depth industry understanding.
For more information about The Recovery Project, please visit www.therecoveryproject.net.