Donations To RMPI

ING The Makers Of OrthoSleeve, OS1st, And Foot Gym Matches Prior Year Donation - Totaling $120K
 
Published Tuesday, November 29, 2016

 
ING the maker's of OrthoSleeve, OBrands and Foot Gym is proud to announce sponsorship of The Robert M. Palmer, MD, Institute Of Biomechanics with a matching contribution from 2015 of $60K to 2016 totaling $120K to educate pedorthists and allied healthcare practitioners; improving patient and consumer outcomes.
 
ING Source holds several patents and is the creator of the innovative OrthoSleeve brand products: the FS6 Compression Foot SleeveCS6 Compression Calf Sleeve; KS6 Compression Knee Sleeve; PS3 Compression Patella Sleeve; and ES3 Compression Elbow Sleeve. New products are on the horizon and targeted for launch in the upcoming months. Visit ING's website at: http://www.ingsource.com/about-ing-source/
 
This donation will contribute to the RMPI capital campaign towards pedorthic education, research and scholarships in honor of the advancements in footcare product designs by innovative pedorthic practitioners. As a leader in Applied Biomechanical Theory the RMPI serves students and healthcare practitioners both internationally and nationally as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit school for pedorthic certification, continuing medical education and clinical and retail internships.
 
Visit www.rmpi.org or email online@rmpi.org to learn about the vision and mission of the RMPI or to make a contribution to the RMPI Capital Campaign to support Pedorthics Education Globally and improve patient outcomes.  Scholarships available due to the generosity of ING; tuition includes dormitory housing and shuttle service. Mention this press release to receive the ING scholarship on pedorthic certification education for the years 2015-2016.
 
Please visit the RMPI booth at the upcoming 2016 PFA Symposium where Pam Haig, C.Ped., will be speaking on Applied Foot And Ankle Biomechanics  titled: "Range Of Motion" and also at the AOPA meeting in 2017. Abstracts are being submitted for the 2017 PFA Symposium where Dr. Patrick DeHeer has agreed to lecture on Equinus with Pam Haig providing a workshop on performing the Silfverskoild test.

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