SOURCE: Disaboom, Inc.

June 11, 2007 13:19 ET

Disaboom Sponsors 3,861 Mile "Ride for Rehab"

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - Disaboom, Inc. (OTCBB: DSBO), which is developing the first online community for people living with or directly affected by disabilities or functional limitations, today announced its participation as the platinum corporate sponsor of "Ride for Rehab," kicking off in San Francisco tomorrow morning.

Dr. Joel Press, President of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) and Medical Director of the Spine & Sports Rehabilitation Centers at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC), will embark on a demanding physical adventure across the country to raise awareness about physiatry and funding for rehabilitation research. He will be accompanied in California by Dr. Jerome Schofferman, a pain management specialist from Daly City, and members of the Thrive Team from Vallejo Medical Center/Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center.

An avid cyclist, Dr. Press will complete his Ride for Rehab, a 3,861 mile cross-country bike ride from San Francisco to Boston, in ten weeks. Dr. Press will cycle across the U.S. participating in local events, fundraisers and visiting rehabilitation centers to speak on a variety of topics. As he turns 50 in the coming year and joins the more than 76 million aging baby boomers, Dr. Press hopes to get more people talking about the critical role physiatry and rehabilitation play in restoring function and improving quality of life for patients.

"We are proud to support the efforts of Dr. Press in raising awareness of physiatry, or rehabilitation medicine, which is also a key area of focus for the disaboom community," said J.W. Roth, Chairman and CEO of Disaboom. "We commend him for his dedication to this important cause and wish him the best of luck on his journey."

The Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is committed to developing programs that enhance the quality of life for rehabilitation patients. All Ride for Rehab proceeds will go directly to the Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (affiliated with the AAPM&R) and RIC. During Dr. Press's 10-week Ride for Rehab, interested parties can log onto to learn more about the issue or to find out where he is along his cycling route. Donations can be directed to rehabilitation research by logging on to

About Disaboom

Disaboom, Inc. was founded to develop the first interactive online community dedicated to constantly improving the way people with disabilities or functional limitations live their lives. It will also serve as a comprehensive online resource not only for people living with such conditions, but also their immediate families and friends, caregivers, recreation and rehabilitation providers, and employers. There are more than 44 million American adults living with disabilities or functional limitations today in the United States alone. Founded and designed by doctors and fellow disaboomers to meet this untapped market's specific needs, will bring together content and tools ranging from specialized health information to social networking to daily living resources, in a single interactive site. The site is scheduled to launch in September 2007.

About The Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

The Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation strives to enhance health and function through education and research in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Each year, the Foundation administers awards to recognize excellence in rehabilitation research and grants to fund new research projects. The Foundation is committed to developing programs that advance traditional values and stimulate innovation. For more information, visit

About The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is dedicated to helping people with all levels and types of physical disabilities live a fulfilling life. U.S. News & World Report has ranked RIC the "#1 Rehabilitation Hospital in America" every year since 1991. RIC operates a flagship hospital in Chicago as well as a network of DayRehabCenters and outpatient centers located throughout the city and surrounding suburbs. It also maintains strategic alliances with other healthcare providers throughout the state of Illinois and north central Indiana. For more information, visit the RIC website at

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© Disaboom, Inc., 2007.

For more information about Disaboom, Inc., contact J.W. Roth at (720) 279-2549 or Jennifer Jarman of The Blueshirt Group at (415) 217-5866, and please visit the "About Us" section of our web site at

Contact Information

  • Contacts:

    J.W. Roth
    Disaboom, Inc.
    (720) 279-2549

    Jennifer Jarman
    The Blueshirt Group
    (415) 217-5866