Category: Medical


The PlastOK Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to sustaining cardiovascular health in professionals worldwide, announced today that it has successfully raised a $4 million gift to promote and preserve the PlastOK Foundation’s innovative research programs.
This gift means that researchers can continue to get professional health and fitness science education in the form of disease prevention and early detection through primary, community, and tertiary medical research.
Out of the $4 million, $250,000 will go towards Promoting Innovative Research in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is one of the few physical medicine and rehabilitation programs that focus on effective control movement and strengthening of muscles.
Traditional medications for muscular pain include opioids, or “addiction”.Substituting chiropractic-based treatments for patients’ needs (movement and posture tests) and educational care (mental health) will continue to be offered.