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97 Thunder

Burlington Youth Soccer Club seeks to advance the sport of soccer among youth players in the Burlington community, within a safe, healthy environment that fosters the development of individual and team skills regardless of ability, encourages fair play, enjoyment, and the values of good sport, and promotes co-operation and mutual respect within the soccer community.

Burlington Orthotic Centre proudly sponsors the 97 Thunder Boys soccer team. Go Chris!

 

Stingers

Burlington Youth Soccer Club seeks to advance the sport of soccer among youth players in the Burlington community, within a safe, healthy environment that fosters the development of individual and team skills regardless of ability, encourages fair play, enjoyment, and the values of good sport, and promotes co-operation and mutual respect within the soccer community.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre proudly sponsors the Stingers Boys soccer team. Go Liam!

 

 

 

Pedorthic Association of Canada

The Pedorthic Association of Canada (PAC) is a national, non-profit organization whose main mandate is to develop and promote the study, practice and knowledge of Pedorthics in Canada. Over the last 15 years, the practice and profession of Pedorthics has matured in Canada under the guidance of PAC. Currently PAC boasts an impressive membership with more than 500 members nationwide.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre Pedorthists are proud members of the Pedorthic Association of Canada.

 

Believe Safari

Believe Safari With Believe Safari, you will be with a professionally trained, English speaking driver/guide from the moment you land in Kenya to the day you depart. Let our experience, local knowledge and commitment to safety guide you to a truly hassle free experience of a lifetime.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre travels to Kenya every year with Believe Safari to support local microeconomy and childrens rehabilitation programs.

 

Joseph Brant Hospital

Burlington Orthotic Centre is proud to organize and host the 2009 JBMH Skins Golf Classic; proceeds to further new initiatives for excellent patient care.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre also sponsored the Grand Prize Raffle draw at the 2009 Crystal Ball. Proceeds from the ninth annual Crystal Ball go towards the purchase of the Emergency Department Patient Management System.

 

Tread Powerfully

The Next Step in Power Walking. Walk your way to fitness, positive energy and good health. These 1 hour power walking sessions are an incredible whole body workout for walkers of any level.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre is a sponsor of TP and has helped many TP members with injuries related to faulty biomechanics or improper shoegear.

 

Triathlon Club Of Burlington

The Triathlon club of Burlington (TCOB) is dedicated to improving the fitness, performance, and knowledge of all triathletes from novice to experienced.

 

If you are attempting a triathlon for the first time, an active age group competitor; or working towards Ironman, TCOB creates a productive environment for training and a relaxed atmosphere for socializing. To insure that we address all types of triathletes/duathletes, each of our workouts are broken into Short Course (Try-A-Tri & Sprint distances) and Long Course (Olympic, Half and Full Ironman distances).

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre is a sponsor of the TCOB and has helped many members with foot related pain caused by overtraining or faulty biomechanics.

 

Rotary Burlington Music Festival

The festival provides an opportunity for amateur musicians through competition, to achieve excellence in their art, and assists the participants in developing character, discipline, logical thinking and perception through music.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre is a Proud Sponsor of this enriching event.

 

College Of Pedorthics of Canada

The CPC is the regulatory body that is responsible for certifying members. To be eligible to write a certification exam, every candidate must be a member of the Pedorthic Association of Canada in good standing.

To ensure that our certified members are accountable for upholding the pedorthic profession to the highest standards of practice, CPC institutes stringent guidelines that assure public safety and instill confidence in the services that our pedorthists provide.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre Pedorthists are certified members of the College of Pedorthics of Canada.

 

Party In Pink

Party in Pink is a unique and fabulous women only party in support of Breast Cancer Support Services. Located at 695 Brant Street in Burlington, Ontario, BCSS is a unique and vital organization formed in response to the lack of local support for people diagnosed with breast cancer. BCSS is a self-help non-profit organization created by survivors and friends, providing current information and education on early detection, treatments and management of breast cancer. Funding is obtained from donations, grants, membership and fundraising.
Our free programs are designed to help and support individuals affected by breast cancer.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre is a proud sponsor of the 2009 Party In Pink

 

Central Public School Kilometer Club

The Kilometer Club at Central Public School is a free school activity for all students during 2nd break at school. Participants participate for up to 20 minutes and can either run or walk around the west end of the playground. Each lap is 200 m and the students receive sticks to help keep track of the number of laps they have completed. Participation is encouraged and voluntary.

 

The Club runs for five weeks during the Fall season (September and October) and then again in the Spring (during Track and Field Season), on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The number of km each child completes during the Spring and Fall seasons is added up to determine their total achievement for the year.

At Fall and Spring assemblies, awards are handed out to the students. Weekly Lynx Paw Tokens are awarded for every 5 km completed. Certificates are awarded to each student who achieves the 25 km level, 50 km level, and 75 km level. Plaques are awarded to students who reach 100 km or better.

 

Burlington Orthotic Centre provides supplies and awards for the program.

 

McMaster University

Burlington Orthotic Centre is a proud supporter of McMaster University and shown here is a picture of the Burlington Orthotic Centre room in the McMaster Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre in the state of the art David Braley Athletic Centre. McMaster is represented by Terese Quigley then Director or Athletics, and Colleen Cupido,
clinic manager.

 

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