90th Anniversary Celebration

Join us for Cocktails, Dinner,
and a Silent Auction


Honoring:
 
Dr. Andrew McDonough
Professor Eileen Nathanson
Dr. Wen Ling

 
May 18, 2017 | 6-10 p.m.

Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012

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Sponsorship and Journal Ad Opportunities

Silent Auction:

In addition to a silent auction at the event, we will be holding an online silent auction of two brand new exercise machines generously donated by Total Gym and NuStep with winner to be announced at the event!

Proceeds will benefit scholarships for students enrolled in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.

To bid on the items, please send an e-mail to NYUPTauction@gmail.com with your bid amount, name, and phone number.

Daily highest bids amounts will be posted here, so check back often to keep bidding!

Item #1: Total Gym XLS
Starting bid: $250

The Total Gym XLS is a universal home gym that comes complete with a total fitness system of workouts and tools to take all the guesswork out of exercises for your patients/clients. With this top-line model you will have a high quality gym. The Total Gym XLS will enable your patients/clients to reach the level of total body fitness they've always wanted! The Total Gym XLS works multiple muscle groups together and allows you to train your patients/clients more productively. The result is full-body conditioning and extraordinary results at every level - for the beginning exerciser to the elite athlete.

  • Closed-chain partial bodyweight training
  • Work in all three planes of motion plus multi-plane (3-D) movement
  • Unrestricted range of motion
  • Train prime stabilizer muscles of the abdomen and back
  • Activity-specific training including sports-specific movement
  • Explosive plyometric training for upper and lower extremities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Item #2: NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer
Starting bid: $500

The NuStep T4r enables users at virtually any ability level to have a low-impact, full-body workout that combines lower- and upper-body movement. It is easy to use and has been designed to simulate the motion of walking. It has many important features: 

  • A comfortable, wheelchair seat that spins a full 360 degrees and can be locked every 45 degrees allowing users to access and transition onto the seat from any angle
  • Seat adjusts forward and backward to accommodate various leg lengths
  • Easy-to-adjust clamshell releases on arm handle for optimal arm handle length
  • Soft, comfortable, easy to clean rubber hand grips
  • Supportive and stable foot pedals with heel cups to reduce slipping off pedals
  • Easy to read and easy to use display with resistance and total steps displayed