Join us Saturday for a free pancake run! We will meet at Fleet Feet Lincoln at 7:00 AM for a few miles and pancakes with two special guests. All paces and distances are welcome! Dr. Kelly from Advanced Medical Imaging will be available to answer any questions you may have about their facility and services. Amanda from Rawson Recovery will also be available for assistance in massage and stretching after the run. EVENT DETAILS: Date: First Saturday of every month Place: Fleet Feet Lincoln Time: 7am - 9:30am Distance: 6-10 Miles (Long Run) MORE ABOUT ADVANCED MEDICAL IMAGING: Advanced Medical Imaging (AMI) is the largest independent radiology group in Nebraska. AMI’s mission is to provide compassionate, patient-focused care through regional awareness, advanced technology, unsurpassed operational excellence, teamwork, and leadership. Advanced Medical Imaging’s history started over 70 years ago with the founding of the group Radiology Associates. The original partnership included Dr. John T. McGreer, Jr., Dr. J. Marshall Neely and Dr. Orvis A. Neely and formed in 1947. The group became a professional corporation as Radiology Associates, P. C. (RAPC) in 1970. In 2001, the then 10 physicians of RAPC opened the doors of Advanced Medical Imaging in Lincoln, the first full service digital imaging center in Nebraska. The physicians of Advanced Medical Imaging provide service for their full-service imaging clinic in Lincoln, critical access hospitals across Nebraska, and various clinics around the region. MORE ABOUT AMANDA FROM RAWSON RECOVERY: In 2017, Amanda became a Licensed Massage Therapist and opened her own practice in south-central Nebraska. Her passion for learning and sharing about the human body is what sparked her evolution from a massage therapist focused on helping people feel better, to a massage therapist focused on helping people perform better in their sport. With this evolution, she began taking different continuing education classes that focused on meeting the specific needs of athletes, including stretching. She also realized she needed to be in an arena where she would have access to a larger pool of athletes. So, in October of 2021, she moved her practice to Lincoln.