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ExercisAbilities is all about helping you stay healthy and fit in a safe manner adjusted to your level of ability. Afterall, what’s safe for someone recovering from a stroke is quite different from what’s safe for someone recovery from a traumatic brain injury! That’s why we’ve developed an assessment tool to match you to the fitness programs that are best suited for your level of physical and cognitive ability. First Things First — Physical and
A letter from Melanie – I am filled with hope! Happy New Year 2018! 2017 was a great year!  We had so many wonderful achievements: A move into our beautiful and spacious new building, growing programs such as our Diabetes Prevention Nutrition and Exercise Program, Healthy Lifestyles Corporate Group Wellness Education Program, the addition of a full occupational therapy and hand therapy practice, Our first Run, Walk, Roll at Ironwood Springs, new office, exercise, and
Pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapy now available at Exercisabilities! We are excited to announce that Exercisabilities will open our new pediatric practice on January 16, 2018.  Christine Hollman, OTR/L and Tessah Skoog, PT, DPT are ready to begin seeing pediatric patients in our developing new Pediatric Clinic Rooms. Christine has 27 years experience in the pediatric field.  She has an interest in treating children with autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, sensory processing disorders, history of trauma and
Hand Therapy  Specialized Services in Occupational Therapy Exercisabilities provides high quality recovery from disorders of the hand in our state of the art occupational therapy gym. We work with all major insurance and worker’s compensation to assist you in many areas of hand and arm rehabilitation. Recovery after surgery, pain recovery, mobilization, splinting, prosthetics education and use, and much more. Call today for your evaluation for your hand therapy assessment.  We accept direct access for
$30,000 for general operations to provide rehabilitation services to individuals with physical, cognitive, and medical unstable conditions   ROCHESTER, Minn. – ExercisAbilities was recently awarded a $30,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Trust. The grant will be used toward support of our services and programs to support rehabilitation services to under-served individuals with physical, cognitive, or medically unstable conditions at ExercisAbilities. “This grant will support our operations to improve our ability to provide rehabilitation services