NWRA News

 

Wellness, Classes, and Personal Training

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 […]

   

 

Neurology and Healthy Aging

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 […]

A Day to Rehabilitate Hunger – 4/10/14

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 […]

Geriatric Clinical Excellence Award Winner – Mike Studer!

I would like to extend a sincere and humble thank you, going out to the friends, family, colleagues and fans of NWRA.  I, Mike Studer, am writing this blog and am honored to report that I have received the 2014 Clinical Excellence Award from the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy (formerly Geriatric Section) of the […]

Tai Chi classes at NWRA

A warm-welcome extended to Tricia McMahon, certified Tai Chi instructor, who is hosting our Tai Chi program on Tuesdays and Fridays; classes at 3-4 and 5-6pm. Those interested may wish to view the attached flyer and call to register for this series of 8 weeks, or a future offering. Tai Chi at NWRA