Fast Forward Chiropractic Press Release

In addition to my wife, Dr. Alan Lundeen, D.C. has motivated me to conquer my first triathlon on September 20. I attend his Wednesday running group when I can because he's a fun and encouraging coach.

Recently. he and the Fast Forward Chiropractic Running Group, named for his Tempe practice, have been raising money for Miles That Matter, a fundraising program for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation (PCHF). 

As a way to help, I worked on a press release that I sent out to local publications to help get the attention his efforts deserve. If you can support Dr. Al, pass this along or attend the running group if you can. Details are below. If you need help getting attention for your latest endeavor, please contact me.


Local Chiropractor Gets Community Moving With Fundraising Efforts

TEMPE, Ariz. - As temperatures continue to rise, Fast Forward Chiropractic’s (FFC) small but dedicated track practice team continues to put their best foot forward Wednesday nights as they train for the 2015 Life Time Tri Tempe, which takes place on Sunday, September 20th. 

Dr. Alan Lundeen, D.C., who patients lovingly call “Dr. Al,” started the training group as a way for clients at his practice to meet their fitness goals and train for upcoming races, but recently he believed they were capable of something more while giving back to the community.

Dr. Lundeen and the FFC team are training together to support Miles That Matter, a fundraising program for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation (PCHF). Members of the group can voluntarily start fundraising for the PCHF as they work to meet their racing and fitness goals. 

To kick off the event, Dr. Lundeen introduced the team to the Ted E. Bear, the PCHF mascot. He ran a few laps around the track with the group at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe (and beat a few of elite runners to boot!). Each participant received a t-shirt and wristband to encourage the team to finish strong in their fundraising efforts. 

Dr. Lundeen, who is a father himself, wanted to show how his modest group can touch the lives of the community. “I’ve seen how people can make a difference by working together,” says Dr. Lundeen, “I know the positive effect that community support can have on the little kids and their families.”

The track practice team is already beginning to see how their efforts are changing lives. The group is becoming more involved in events that benefit Phoenix Children’s, sharing their ideas with each other on improving fundraising efforts, and continuing to see their paces increase on the track.

FFC's track practice team meets rain or shine every Wednesday night at 6:30pm at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe. The group is open to everyone, including non clients of FFC, and beginning and experienced runners. For pictures and more information on FFC or Dr. Alan Lundeen, please visit or click Like on the clinic’s Facebook page at

Contact Information:

Dr. Alan Lundeen, D.C.

(480) 203-6609

Jason Keil