Grand Opening!

What an amazing night!  Exercisabilities staff could not be happier with the turn out at our Grand Opening Open House and Fundraiser. We hosted well over 100 friends, clients, family, sponsors, and community partners for the open house and 62 people attended our Spring Tasting Fundraiser held at our facility.  The Rochester Chamber did a wonderful job with the Ribbon Cutting as we celebrated the opening of our new facility at 2530 North Broadway.  I spoke of the dream that has become a reality for the second time.  The first was when we opened our first facility at 5335 East Frontage Road exactly 4 years prior.  Today, we look forward to the next 4 years and beyond as we continue to grow to better serve the Southeast Minnesota community and beyond!  Thank you to all!!

Volunteers ready??

Who likes to paint and help a good cause??!! We are all set to start painting our new builidng, all 9300 sq feet of it!! Come one come all! Bring your paint pan, your spackling spatula, your roller and extension, and paint close and join us this Saturday and Sunday 9-5 at the new place – 2530 North Broadway. We will put you to work!

Happy Holidays!

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We have many things at Exercisabilities this holiday season to be grateful for.  Our clients are the best in the world!  Our staff are amazing!  And we finally have news that we purchased a new facility this week!!  The 9,300 sq foot facility will make it possible for us to expand our services and better serve all of our current clients with more space, more equipment, and less chaos!!  We are working to add massage therapy, a pediatric rehabilitation program, and speech therapy, to name a few.  After only 4 years in our current facility, we have grown from 2 employees to 14 and from 6 clients to well over 200!  We hope to be able to serve many more people in need of our services in the years to come in our new space.  Stay tuned to this blog to learn about many topics from the need for more neurologic rehabilitation services to nutrition and health in the setting of medical illness.  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Dr. Melanie