SALEM, Ore. — Capital FC announced today a partnership with Northwest Rehab (NWRA). The partnership will complement CFC’s competitive programs by providing access to customized training plans centered on performance training and injury prevention.
Northwest Rehab’s mission is to provide the highest level of care possible while delivering it in a personal, friendly manner.
The partnership will coincide with the upcoming competitive season for 2021-22.
“I’ve been really impressed with the approach that Northwest Rehab takes towards athletes,” says Collin Box, CFC’s Executive Director. “After working with them to customize plans that are soccer-specific and tailored to each age group, we are grateful for the opportunity to partner and excited to increase the quality of our programming for our players.”
NWRA has always had a community-first approach. From volunteering at the food bank, to volunteering medical services at local sports events, to donating services for raffle / auction in local fundraisers, they believe in Salem and in supporting our community. This partnership is an amazing opportunity to support Salem’s youth as a whole.
The NWRA team believes that CFC does an incredible job of championing our kids through soccer, and are pleased to play a role in furthering that mission –
“We are most excited about sharing our passions for sports performance and positively affecting young adults with the families of CFC,” said NWRA’s Coordinator of Athletic Performance, Kyle Davey. “We know first-hand the immense impact sports can have on student athletes. Keeping athletes out of the doctor’s office and on the pitch means more children reap the benefits of the teamwork, competition, and personal betterment that CFC instills. The importance of such cannot be understated, and we’re very excited to positively impact Salem’s youth and, through our children, Salem as a whole.”
To learn more about NWRA and their services, visit https://northwestrehab.com/.