The Recovery Project News: Q1

March 23, 2017

At The Recovery Project, we’re constantly looking for new ways to enrich the lives of clients and help them improve physically, mentally and emotionally. Learn more about some of these initiatives in our Q1 edition of The Recovery Project News, which features information about the launch of our one-of-a-kind FES Specialty Center at the Livonia clinic and the game-changing equipment we have invested in, our Spinal Cord Injury Program, Client Profiles and more!

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The Recovery Project Continues Rapid Growth With Four New Hires

March 1, 2017

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has added Jessica Pulliam, Ashley Bloch, Katie Mittelstaedt and Steve Styes to its growing operations. Polly Swingle, president and co-CEO of The Recovery Project, made the announcement.

“The Recovery Project continues to rapidly expand, necessitating the need for us to bring in exceptional physical therapists and support staff who are committed to helping clients improve physically and emotionally as they strive to meet their goals,” said Swingle.…Read More

Macomb Township man turns his tragedy into a dream

February 21, 2017

Andre Edwards of Macomb Township doesn’t remember much about the car accident that broke his spine and left him paralyzed from the waist down.

He was only 4 years old.

What he does remember is before the crash he was able to run around and pester his sister like a lot of boys his age. Since then he’s become a young man of 21 who must rely on a wheelchair to get around. And while he could be bitter about the road rage that led to that dreadful day in the fall of 2000, he…Read More

The Recovery Projects hosts ReWalk 6.0 on April 4, 2017

February 16, 2017

The Recovery Project is hosting a ReWalk clinic on April 4 at our Livonia location! The ReWalk 6.0 helps people with spinal cord injuries stand and walk. Send us a message or call 855-877-1944 if you’re interested in trying this exoskeleton technology. All participants must have an initial screening conducted prior to the clinic to see if they’re an eligible candidate.

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The Recovery Project Hosts 10th Annual Fundraiser to Benefit the Mary and Charles A Parkhill Foundation for Spinal Cord Rehabilitation

January 25, 2017

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, will once again serve as presenting sponsor for the 10th annual Bocce Palooza event on Saturday, Feb. 25, with all proceeds from the event benefitting the Mary and Charles A. Parkhill Foundation. Polly Swingle, president and co-CEO of The Recovery Project, made the announcement.

The mission of The Mary and Charles A. Parkhill Foundation is to raise funds that will be granted to individuals, in the form…Read More

The Recovery Project Named Partner In MS Care by National MS Society

December 13, 2016

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has been officially recognized as a Partner in MS Care in the area of Rehabilitation through the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Partners in MS Care program. The Recovery Project Co-CEO Polly Swingle, PT, GCS, CEEAA, made the announcement.

“The Society’s Partners in MS Care program acknowledges committed providers whose practices improve care for people with MS,” said National MS Society President & CEO Cyndi Zagieboylo. “High quality…Read More

WXYZ Workers Wanted: The Recovery Project is hiring physical and occupational therapists

November 23, 2016

A Livonia-based provider of high intensity, evidence based physical therapy and occupational therapy is rapidly expanding.

The Recovery Project focuses on improving the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries.

Right now there are a number of positions open at the company’s Livonia and Clinton Township locations:

  • Speech Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physical Therapy Assistants
  • Physical Therapy Techs
  • Administrative Professionals (billing, scheduling, clerk)

Those interested in applying can contact Stephanie Villalobos at (734) 953-1745.

The Recovery Project recently became one of the only clinics in Michigan to have a dedicated Functional Electrical Stimulation…Read More

Heather Dupuis joins The Recovery Project as Director of Business Development

November 15, 2016

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has hired Heather Dupuis to serve as director of business development. The Recovery Project Co-Founder Charlie Parkhill made the announcement.

In this role, Dupuis will oversee internal marketing efforts for The Recovery Project’s East side location in Clinton Township. She will also help identify and pursue new business development opportunities, as well as conceive and implement marketing initiatives to help grow the company.

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Jennifer Zimmerman joins The Recovery project as a Medical Scheduler and Biller

October 27, 2016

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical and occupational therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has welcomed Jennifer Zimmerman to its growing team. Charlie Parkhill, co-CEO of The Recovery Project, made the announcement.

In her new role with The Recovery Project, Zimmerman is responsible for coordinating patient and therapist schedules, as well as ensuring that proper medical documentation is in place and submitting medical billing claims to the proper insurance organizations. She most recently worked for Livonia Public Schools, and prior to…Read More