We offer a Pet Adoption Benefit for our past and current patients. If you choose to adopt a pet from a rescue organization or animal shelter, we will pay up to $300 in adoption fees. We’re humbled to have helped many patients give “forever homes” to homeless animals through this program. Get to know some of these lucky animals by checking out our Photostream on Flickr!
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest New Jersey was founded to enable all young people, especially those who need it most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Paramus Orthopedic Physical Therapy donates to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest New Jersey to help empower our community’s youth.
We periodically spend a day to help build a home for someone in need. With Habitat for Humanity, we are able to build our team and provide for the disadvantaged.
We work with Toys for Tots to provide presents for children who are ill or disadvantaged, and in turn, give them a joyous holiday season.
At POPT, we have a passion to help all beings, including those who have no voice. Many of us are pet owners, and we take this opportunity to donate our services and supplies to the Bloomingdale Animal Shelter by caring for the animals, walking the dogs, petting the cats, and helping to clean the facilities. We get our patients involved as well by collecting supplies that patients and friends donate.
For the past five years, POPT has been offering scholarships to students at three local high schools (Pompton Lakes, Lakeland Regional, Cedar Grove) based on academics, dedication to recovery and maintaining a positive focus during the rehabilitation process. We view this as a chance to give back to our community and support exceptional students.
PATCH is a non-profit organization that operates a cat shelter in northern New Jersey. POPT sponsors a cat at this facility and helps support the goal of PATCH: to find suitable, loving homes for all the shelter’s feline friends.
Gentle Giants Dog Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue organization specializing in giant breed rescues. We help to fund this wonderful group by collecting cell phones in our facility throughout the year.
Patients and associates in our office sponsor a Movie Day or a Bowling Day for sick and disabled children at the Matheny Medical and Education Center. We treat the children to a fun activity, snacks, and refreshments for a day of fun and laughter.
We collect food from patients and donate to help bolster the food pantry at St. Mary’s. The food collected is then distributed to families and those in need.
As a way of giving back to our younger community, POPT is a sponsor of the Butler High School Audio Visual Club through one of our patients who was involved with the club.
For the past five years, POPT has sponsored the Tricky Tray Program at the Rainbow Montessori School, where three of our patients work in some capacity.
One of our patients, now an associate, helped us to get involved as a sponsor of the Wayne Hills High School Band and Athletics Department. We provide services to keep the band and athletics department healthy and in competition.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a national program that alleviates the injustices that animals face. POPT makes an annual donation to this program to help aid in their cause and help to end animal cruelty.
Through this organization, POPT sponsors patients and makes donations. In this way, we not only help patients with MS, but we also provide funds on the research and education end.
POPT is a sponsor of the Don Bosco Baseball team. We help to continue their highly successful team by keeping the team healthy and in peak condition.
The B&B Troopers is a non-profit baseball team compiled of eleven- and twelve-year-olds from the Tri Boro area and throughout northern New Jersey. We provide funding to this little league to help young athletes achieve dreams on a daily basis.