Recently, Adam Elberg, founding partner, president and CEO of Professional Physical Therapy, received the 2015 Gary M. Sherman Humanitarian Award. This award is designed to honor one’s commitment to philanthropy, professionalism, community and family.
Earlier this month, Elberg was honored by the New Leadership Division (NLD) of Pediatrics at Cohen Children’s Medical Center during the 26th Annual NLD Golf Classic for his dedication to helping the children. In addition to his involvement on the NLD Committee, Elberg has been a driving force in making philanthropy an integral part of Professional Physical Therapy’s company culture, including events such as:
• Miracle Jeans Day: Professional staff raises funds for children treated at the Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York through the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital System
• Annual Charity Challenge: Employee-driven teams support community charities of their choice through fundraising events. Professional matches the winning team, this year donating $26,356 to the winners’ charity of choice.
Whether supporting therapeutic treatments for people with special needs, cutting-edge cancer research, or vital community services through Long Island, Elberg and the rest of the team at Professional Physical Therapy are proud to serve the community and make a difference.
Visit Professional Physical Therapy‘s website to learn more.
Liz Zarins contributed to this article.