The Recovery Project, a leading provider of high-intensity physical, occupational and speech therapies that improve the lives and functionality of patients with spinal cord and other neurological injuries, will open a new clinic this fall in Lansing—the organization’s third location. Charlie Parkhill, co-founder of The Recovery Project, made the announcement.
Demolition of the new space, which is located at 3960 Patient Care Drive, Suite 117, is already underway. The 3,600-square-foot clinic is expected to be fully operational by mid-September. It will offer the same high-level evidence-based physical, occupational and speech therapy services the organization is known for with clients, doctors, case managers and other medical industry professionals throughout southeast Michigan. Clients will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and physical therapy programs—including functional electrical stimulation (FES) treatment techniques, which aide in motor recovery of central nervous system disorders. Additional wellness programs will also be introduced in the months following the clinic’s opening.
“Our unique blend of high-intensity, evidence-based therapies coupled with knowledgeable, compassionate staff has delivered life-changing results to hundreds of clients across southeast Michigan since 2002,” said Parkhill. “With the opening of our Lansing location, we saw an opportunity to expand our footprint to expose an even greater number of patients with spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions to our programs and ultimately help them improve their quality of life.”
In addition to the new Lansing location, The Recovery Project is currently working on expanding and remodeling its Livonia headquarters. Once completed, it will add 3,000 square feet to the existing 8,000-square-foot clinic and feature dedicated spaces for speech and occupational therapy, as well as wellness programs like adaptive yoga, PRW! gym and cardio, and Rock Steady Boxing—which is expected to launch in August.