We have launched a new webpage designed to help new patients coming to Champion Fitness Physical Therapy for their initial time. We call it “Your First Visit,” and it can be found on our Homepage by clicking on the “About Us” link on the top panel. Once there, click on the “Your First Visit” tab, and we will prepare our new patients for what will happen once they arrive for that initial appointment. In addition, we have added for our patients’ convenience a link to our Patients Registration Form for those people wanting to fill out all of their information BEFORE coming to one of our clinics.
We hope this new service supports our company motto….”At Champion Fitness Physical Therapy, the patient comes first…always!”
Pontiac Mayor Bob Russell and former PTHS Athletic Director & Coach Don Daluga proved once again that “veteran” coaches can still get it done as their White team used two first half touchdowns and a staunch defense to upend the Orange squad of the “younger” coaches Eric Sweetwood, PTHS Social Studies Chairman and Mark Myre of WJEZ Radio 14-6 in ONE MORE GAME IV, played at Williamson Field in Pontiac on Saturday, September 4.
A total of 41 players took part in the day long event, which included morning practice, a motivational speaker during a lunch break, and an afternoon team workout before the game was played. As usual, play was a bit sloppy early with several turnovers by both teams, but once they settled in, the players provided some quality entertainment for the fans, especially on the defensive side of the ball with some solid hitting and gang-tackling. In the end, it was the passing combination of quarterback Tommy Green, a former all-stater at PTHS to Wide Receiver Jon Kidd of Maroa-Forsyth that spelled the difference. The two combined for a 50 yard TD pass and another 40-yarder that set up the second score for the Whites. The Orange team’s lone touchdown was on a 1 yd plunge by former Fieldcrest Knight Andy Lauber.
Jeff Schade, owner of Champion Fitness Physical Therapy and organizer of the annual occasion, called the day a huge success. “The weather cooperated, and the guys just had a great time. Plus, we were able to use the proceeds from the day to help benefit the Jill Bane Memorial Scholarship Fund. It was a win-win for everybody.”
Already plans are in the works for One More Game V to be played on September 3, 2011, during the Labor Day weekend.
Check out the following video and follow this year’s “Boys of Fall!”