NWRA continues to lead the way in wellness…and WE’RE NOT DONE! We have options for class participation that include:
Tai Chi for Better Balance
Tai Chi for Energy, Control, and Centering
Parkinson’s Disease Agility Class (flexibility, balance, speed and power)
Personal training 1-1 for improved quality of life, sport, or function – Kat DeGroat
These classes are offered onsite at NWRA. Registration is required. Contact Us
At the Center for Neurology and Healthy Aging, NWRA provides multidisciplinary care (PT, OT, Speech therapy) for people that are ready to start living a higher quality of life. We help people with balance, strength, agility, endurance, swallowing, self-care, visual processing, safe driving, walking, bed mobility and MUCH more! Many people that come for our renowned care at location have medical issues related to vertigo, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, neuropathy, or deconditioning after a medical event.
With the utmost sense of pride and truly humble appreciation…we announce that we have 3 positions open due to GROWTH! Thank you patients, referral sources, caregivers, friends…for all of your support. We do the VERY BEST that we can in every aspect of rehabilitation and will continue to do so. With that said, we announce that we are hiring 2 PTs and 2 front office medical receptionists. See our STAFF page for details and send a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Rehabilitation Associates will be open a full 24 hours during its “A Day to Rehabilitate Hunger,” which will help fight local hunger.
From 7 a.m. Thursday, April 10, through 7 a.m. Friday, April 11 physical therapists will see patients for 24 hours straight – at their primary location of 3270 Liberty Road S. Proceeds from the patient visits will be donated to Marion-Polk Food Share. Also, patients and the community are invited to make nonperishable food and cash donations to benefit the regional food bank.
Clinic owners Mike and Diane Studer are committed to giving back to the community and helping vulnerable families.
“When you consider that $10 is enough to deliver a 3-to-5 day supply of food to a family in need, making a difference is very doable,” said Mike Studer, additionally adding: “We encourage donations in the form of cash, as we additionally understand that MPFS’s buying power exceeds that of any of us as individuals and businesses donating food items.”
While drop-ins are welcome, it is best to call ahead to make an appointment, 503-371-0779.
Last year, NWRA collected 146 pounds of food and $2,000 from patient donations and proceeds of the clinic’s Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy visits during this 24-hour period.
The rehabilitation and wellness clinic will partner with Liberty Rd S. neighbor The ACME Café, and local companies 1-Day Signs as well as the Willamette Valley Fruit Company to benefit the nonprofit Marion Polk Food Share.