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$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
Exercisabilities Medical Fitness Program Prediabetes is a sign that you may be on the path to full blown Type 2 Diabetes and nobody wants that! What if there was a program to help you help yourself, now, before your pre-diabetes flourishes into something much harder to manage. We have good news for you! There is such a program at Exercisabilities. January is Medical Fitness month here at Exercisabilities, a month where we focus on sharing
January is Medical Fitness Month at Exercisabilities and we are excited to help you reach your 2018 fitness goals. Here’s the obvious question: What is Medical Fitness and how does it differ from the rest of the fitness industry? We’ve got the answer! Commercial fitness programs and gyms sometimes focus on the physical appearance and fun more than the actual health of the client. Have you ever seen a bulked out, steroid induced muscle man
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  $10,000 grant to develop a Pediatric Rehabilitation Outpatient Program   ROCHESTER, Minn. – Exercisabilities was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Rochester Area Foundation. The grant will be used to develop a pediatric rehabilitation outpatient program at Exercisabilities. “This grant is a blessing to the families in Rochester who are seeking access to high quality pediatric rehabilitation services” explains Melanie Brennan, Exercisabilities Director and Founder. “There is a current shortage in openings at
What is ReWalk? It’s More Than Walking ReWalk is a wearable robotic exoskeleton that provides powered hip and knee motion to enable individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) to stand upright and walk. ReWalk is the first exoskeleton to receive FDA clearance for personal and rehabilitation use in the United States. The ReWalk Personal System 6.0 is designed for all day use at home and in the community. The ReWalk is custom fit for each