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Spinal cord injury and neuro rehab therapy services provider also promotes six internally

The Recovery Project, a leading provider of progressive, effective neuro rehab therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, has added 10 new members to its growing team and promoted six individuals to new roles internally. Charlie Parkhill, co-founder of The Recovery Project, made the announcement.

Recent new hires at The Recovery Project include:

  • Livonia Clinic:
    • Mari Galea, ATC
    • Corinne DiPrima, OTRL
    • Emily Neff-Coughlin, PTA
  • Clinton Township Clinic:
    • Madeline Wideman, DPT
    • Andrea Thomas, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS
  • Lansing Clinic:
    • Hayley Woodward, DPT
    • Megan Rotter, OTR
    • Cheris Grasse, PT
    • Camden Iwasko, PTA

Recent promotions at The Recovery Project include:

  • Meghan Malley to Lead Physical Therapist
  • Megan Reid to Supervisor of The Recovery Project’s Lansing clinic
  • Jordyn Funk to Lead Occupational Therapist
  • Ashley Bloch to Physical Therapist Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Education
  • Marie Miller to Occupational Therapist Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Education
  • Nikki Warner to Staff Clinical Trainer

The new hires and promotions underscore a period of strong growth for The Recovery Project. Over the course of the last 12 months, the company has added a new location in Lansing and undertaken a physical expansion of its Livonia clinic that nearly doubled its size. The company has also added several new wellness programs, like Rock Steady Boxing, to its existing extracurricular offerings, as well as expanded the scope of current programs into different levels based on the functional ability of clients. New dates and times have also been added, including evening classes for some programs, to accommodate client schedules. This has helped The Recovery Project create a true continuum of care that supports the physical, occupational and speech therapy needs of clients and then allows them to continue their recovery through a bevy of ancillary programs in between prescribed therapy treatments.