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Race for RehabRace For Rehab

In 1999 a group of physical therapy students in the School of Public Health were looking for a way to raise money for the Achilles Track Club (ATC), a worldwide organization that encourages people with physical disabilities to participate in running and exercising with the general public regardless of speed, level of ability or age. They launched "Race for Rehab," a 5-kilometer and 400 meter run, now in its 10th year of benefiting the ATC.

Read more about the Race for Rehab from the pages of InTouch.


December 2008 - Physical therapy students celebrate tenth annual Race for Rehab

December 2007 - Nine years after inception, the Race for Rehab is still running strong

October 2006 - D.P.T. students host most successful Race for Rehab to date

November/December 2005 - Physical Therapy students host seventh annual Race for Rehab

Visit the Race for Rehab website.