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Orthopedic Group Supports Two Upcoming Non-Profit Events

Sarasota, FL, February 20, 2019 360-ORTHOPEDICS will once again partner with two local non-profit organizations in raising money and awareness for each group. 360 Orthopedic supports several local non-profit organizations throughout the year in their commitment of giving back to the community. This will be the third year in a row that 360-ORTHOPEDICS will sponsor the signature events of Nate’s Honor Sanctuary and Southeastern Guide Dogs.
On Saturday, March 9th, 360-ORTHOPEDICS will help underwrite the 10th annual “Ponies for Pups” Charity Polo Match to benefit Nate’s Honor Sanctuary, a no-kill animal shelter in Lakewood Ranch. The event will be held at the Lakewood Ranch Polo Grounds with gates opening at 11am and game beginning at 1:00 pm. Information and tickets for general admission and tailgating may be reserved at www.nateshonoranimalrescue.org.
The following weekend on Saturday, March 16th at 8:00 am, the 360-ORTHOPEDICS team “Woof Pack” will join the Southeastern Guide Dogs Walk-a-thon at Benderson Park. SEGD raises, trains, and provides guide dogs at no cost to sight impaired individuals as well as veterans with PTSD. To donate or join the team, go to www.guidedogswalkathon.org/soa-woof-pack.
360-ORTHOPEDICS delivers comprehensive orthopedic care in three locations at Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, and Venice, FL. Same day and next day appointments are available to accommodate urgent care conditions. The mission of 360-ORTHOPEDICS is to get our patients back on their feet, back to work, back in the game, and back to life. Learn more at www.SOA.md or by calling 941-951-BONE.

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