SLST proudly sponsors the annual National MS Walk. The 5K walk/run takes place in Downtown San Luis Obispo and benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Come join us for a morning of fun and exercise while supporting a great cause and help find a cure! Along with this, each year SLST hosts a March Madness Bracket Challenge where all proceeds go directly to the National MS Society. Stop by your local clinic in March and donate to receive an exclusive t-shirt and instructions how to join our challenge.
SLST proudly presents an Annual Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament benefiting wounded soldiers and their families. The summer event is held at SLO Elks Lodge in San Luis Obispo with a silent auction and prizes for all participants. It is a fun filled afternoon of great fun, food, and friends all benefiting the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. All proceeds benefit American soldiers wounded in the line of duty and their families.
SLST supports the Cancer Support Community- California Central Coast chapter by fundraising and wearing pink every Friday in October to help rally support for Women's Health. The Cancer Support Community provides emotional and educational services for all people affected by cancer.
SLST proudly sponsors Family Care Network's Miracle Miles for Kids in Morro Bay, which raises funds that support the crucial needs of children, youth and families impacted by trauma. Together, our community can truly make the difference in the lives of children and families on the Central Coast. Join our team today!
SLST supports Jack's Helping Hand in fundraising to help provide assistance to children in the community with cancer and special needs who have unmet physical, mental and medical needs. For more information on how to help, visit http://www.jackshelpinghand.org/.
SLST provides certified athletic trainers (ATCs) to 9 local high schools on the Central Coast. In cooperation with team physicians, our ATCs are on-site daily to provide care to over 4,500 athletes.â€‹ In addition, our ATC staff extends into the industrial setting: providing pre-employment screens, post-offer pre-employment physical function screens, return to work screens, and ergonomic work-site training as well as assists with Cal Poly Club Sports teams and other athletic events within the county.
SLST’s involvement in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life has grown throughout the years. We have teams that have hosted soup Fridays, community barbecues and breakfasts, and dunk tank fundraisers to support the fight against cancer. Our teams walk together at the local events and strive to have at least one person walking during the entire 24 hour walk.
SLST supports the Arthritis Foundation. A Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s annual community fundraising 5K walk event. The funds raised from the 5K support our nonprofit mission and research aimed at finding a cure for arthritis, America’s leading cause of disability. Whether you have a family member or loved one who suffers from arthritis, or are simply looking for a walking or running event for charity, the Walk to Cure Arthritis is a great way to get moving in support of a worthwhile cause!
SLST supports Project Surf Camp. PSC is a charitable and educational, nonprofit organization designed specifically for individuals with special needs. While great strides have been made in recent years to increase access to goods and services for special needs individuals, opportunities for leisure or recreational activities are often still difficult to access. Sometimes we forget, especially living on the coast, that not everyone has experienced the ocean. One group in particular that has been deprived of such a privilege is those persons with disabilities. Our hope is to introduce people to the water who would otherwise never receive such an opportunity.
SLST supports the American Heart Association by fundraising and attending the annual Heart Walk in Avila Beach. This event is designed to promote physical activity, community involvement and heart-healthy living, the Heart Walk creates an environment that's fun and rewarding for the entire family. Join our team today!
San Luis Sports Therapy is grateful for the opportunity to work with the Noor Foundation to provide free physical therapy services to uninsured people living in our community. The SLO Noor Foundation, founded and led by Dr. Ahmad Nooristani, has been providing high quality free healthcare to uninsured people in our community since December of 2009. The Noor Clinic, on Phillips Lane in San Luis Obispo, provides various medical services to SLO County residents regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, immigration or socioeconomic status. We have opened our doors to qualified Noor Clinic patients during regular business hours Monday thru Friday at all of our locations. Partnering with the Noor Clinic allows for a greater synergy between our companies that greatly prioritize accessible healthcare.
"Proud to live here On September 16supthsup, at our first home football game this fall at SLOHS, an Oxnard football player suffered a severe head injury He is now making a recovery and with this positive news I would like to thank the incredible community that helped to facilitate this young mans recoveryWhen our administrative team first heard of the incident, we wanted to help the family However, our efforts to pay for the familys hotel rooms were met by George Newland from Quality Suites He made it his priority to provide the family with comfort and a home base during their threeweek stay This generosity was also displayed by the Gridiron Club at SLOHS, which arranged meals and other services for the familyThen, the outpouring of help continued from anonymous members of the community who provided donations Our staff and administrators, along with Superintendent Eric Prater, continually showed support This community spirit was truly amazing, as was the hard work of the team Athletic Trainers from San Luis Sports Therapy, Amanda Snyder and Stacey Ritter, along with Dr Weise, the staff as Sierra Vista hospital and all of the ICU nurses, doctors and EMT staff who helpedAs a newcomer to the community, I was impressed with the cooperative spirit and compassion shows for this athlete and his family I am proud to live in and be a part of the San Luis Obispo community"~ Leslie O’Connor, Principal of SLOHS