Thank you to all those who supported and attended FRAME’s inaugural fundraising dinner on April 17, 2019 at Bryant Park Grill in New York, NY.
Among the attendees were a number of influencers in the medical community including Dr. Thomas Blanck, past Chairman of Anesthesiology at NYU Langone, Dr. Robert Cancro, past Chairman of Psychiatry at NYU Langone, Dr. Arthur Jenkins, co-director of the Neurosurgical Spine Program at Mt. Sinai, and Dr. Neel Mehta, co-director of the Comprehensive Center for Spine Care at Weill-Cornell Medicine.
Also in attendance were corporate sponsors, including LiteCure, Cisco, Lenovo, Broadcom, NetApp, and VasoMedical.
FRAME held a silent auction with 17 items, including four week-long badges to this year’s PGA championship, a goalie stick signed by Lundqvist of the NY Rangers, a weeklong all-inclusive trip to a Maine lodge, restaurant gift certificates, artwork, as well as personalized and autographed Howard Stern books.
All proceeds went directly to FRAME, whose mission is to perform groundbreaking research on muscle pain.
The foundation was created to address the problem that even though muscles are the most common reason for low back and other pain complaints, most doctors tend to overlook this organ system.