Compassion. Expertise. Results.
Our rehabilitation team is proud to provide our very best therapy care, built on this foundation.
"Michelle, I again want to thank you for all your help. You have been great, attentive and very helpful to me in understanding my situation, and in planning a course of treatment. I really appreciated the extra time you spent in researching my condition and potential solutions."
"They are the CARE in Generation Care. What a difference YOU make in my life."
"I had vertigo from the beginning of the year, I am now dizzy-free! You have young people with new ideas. Tracy Lee is a great therapist.”
"Excellent staff, especially my P.T., Katie Hanson."
"The care is outstanding! I have recommended to two friends now, very satisfied with their care at Generation Care."
"Beautiful state-of-the-art facilities & fantastic therapists that completely go above and beyond!!! I give Holly & her team at Generation Care my highest of recommendations!!"
With us, it’s always personal.
Our team of physical therapists will listen carefully to your story, assess your unique situation, your movement, strength and balance, and establish the best plan of care to address your individual needs.
Take Back Your Health.
It is always YOUR CHOICE where you attend therapy. Whether your doctor orders it, or you actively seek services on your own, we provide health care services the way they are intended to be.
JAN 16 - GET MOVING SERIES: HOW AQUATIC EXERCISE CAN BE JUST WHAT YOU NEEDED TO GET MOVING!
Join one of our aquatic specialists, Laura Kate Covey Morse, to discuss the benefits of aquatic based exercise. There are many forms of exercise, but one of the most beneficial can also be one of the most under-utilized: aquatic exercise. Come learn how getting moving in the water can add to your existing routine or provide an exercise routine that you can stick to.
JAN 30 - GET MOVING SERIES: EXERCISE IS FOR YOUR BRAIN TOO!
While the benefits of exercise, as it applies to the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems, is pretty well understood. How exercise benefits the brain and nervous system, isn’t! Prepare to dig into how exercise, in many different forms, can help to protect and even change the brain with Brian Keenoy, DPT, Certified and experienced physical therapist.
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