ATI Physical Therapy holds The Rehoboth Beach Great Chili Cook-Off

East Coast Division to hold Metal Walk, cook-off Nov. 9 in Wilmington
The Rehoboth Beach Great Chili Cook-Off participants getting ready for the taste test are (l-r) Lisa Cirillo, PT; Jessica Haines; Mabel Jean Jennings; Meghan O’Brien, COTA; Karen Yuen, PT; Linda Pavlekovich; and Dr. Phil Allen, DPT. SOURCE SUBMITTED
October 27, 2013

The ATI Physical Therapy staff in Rehoboth Beach held The Rehoboth Beach Great Chili Cook-Off Oct. 18 on behalf of the ATI Physical Therapy Foundation. Patients and staff donated more than $300 to the foundation during the event.

Founded in 2003 by ATI Physical Therapy, the ATI Foundation was created as a way for ATI employees and patients to give back to the community. The foundation is committed to aiding children with physical impairments in need of medical resources and funding to enhance and sustain a better quality of life. ATI is committed to exceeding customer expectations by providing the highest quality of care in a friendly and encouraging environment.

The winner of the The Rehoboth Beach Great Chili Cook-Off, Meghan O’Brien, COTA, will represent Rehoboth in the ATI Chili Cook-off Saturday, Nov. 9, in Frawley Stadium in Wilmington. The event will be held in conjunction with the ATI East Coast Division's Metal Walk, a 1K or 3K walk and 5K run designed to interest those who have had metal implants as a result of fractures or total joint replacements, along with the general public. Both events will raise funds on behalf of the ATI Physical Therapy Foundation.

For more information, go to or call Dr. Philip Allen, DPT, clinical director in Rehoboth Beach, at 302-226-2230.


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