We’re just DAYS away from our Rock for Recovery Gala Fundraiser and we couldn’t be more excited. We’ve got our Rock-N-Roll costumes ready and we’ll be dancing through the rock eras, after we eat of course! We’re hoping you can twist and shout the night away with us next Friday, November 10, 2017. If only every fundraiser could be this fun! Our rockin evening starts at 6:00 PM and tickets can still be purchased at RockForRecovery Last year was
Many times a week I get asked, “why did you become a nonprofit?” I usually say, “because we are here to care for people, and it made sense to do that as a nonprofit.” Although, admittedly, the answer is quite broader than that. And, maybe the question is much deeper than that. What does being a nonprofit business mean? Well, society usually has many different answers to this. Factually, a 501c3 public charity is generally
June 30, 2017 – Rochester, Minn. — Melanie Brennan announced today that Exercisabilities received an important grant from Mayo Clinic for the support of their Forever Strong Medical Fitness and Rehabilitation Program. “Without donations from the community such as this, many of our clients with difficult physical abilities and medical conditions would not be able to afford access to this level of assistance with their ongoing rehabilitation and wellness. The assistance that we provide is
Job Description: Physical Therapist/PT Assistant May 25, 2017 Exercisabilities, Inc is a progressive, young, and growing nonprofit practice in Rochester, MN. Exercisabilites, Inc is a physical therapy and medical fitness facility with a unique model of blending physical therapy with medical fitness to service special populations including neurologic disorders, geriatrics, and chronic pain management for all ages. We also offer aquatic therapy, group exercise and specialized personal training, NRN based neurologic recovery for SCI and
By Zach Curry, CPT I have been working with clients who are living with Parkinson Disease for the past three years now. I wasn’t sure how it was going to go or how I was going to feel about it. All I had ever heard when it came to Parkinson’s was that it was a neurological disease like Alzheimer’s and dementia and that researchers were trying to find a causation and a cure.