Central Michigan Rehab is the expert:
owner of Central Michigan Rehab, is a Certified Manual Therapist
which means he has undergone extensive training. This allows him to
be hands on with each client.
He can also do wheelchair and cane fittings, and job site
analysis. Ann Lloyd is certified in Manual Lymph Drain and she can
measure and custom fit compression garments. Patients will see the
same therapist throughout treatment.
This allows for continuation of care whether it be for
speech, physical, massage or yoga.
If you need braces
for wrists, ankles, or knees, Central Michigan Rehab can provide
those. We are a small facility which means that the staff is pretty
close and we also become close with our patients.
We like to laugh and joke, but at the end of the day our
clients are our top priority.
schedule can be busy, Central Michigan Rehab works around it for
your convenience. We are
open from 7am to7pm Monday through Thursday and half days on
Fridays. We will even
work through our lunch hour to make sure that we care for our
Rehab is in network with most insurance companies.
For each client, as a courtesy, we will call and verify
physical therapy coverage. If
there is any out of pocket expense we will send out a monthly
statement. For clients that have a high deductible or do not have
healthcare benefits we offer affordable payment plans.
Q: What kind of clothing
should I wear for physical therapy?
A: In general, wear
comfortable clothing. Gowns are available for neck, back and
shoulder problems. If you are coming for a lower-extremity problem,
please bring a pair of loose fitting shorts and sneakers.
Q: Is Central Michigan Rehab in network with my insurance?
A: Chances are yes. If not,
we offer affordable payment plans.
Q: What are your hours?
A: Monday through Thursday
7am to 7pm. Friday 7am to noon. Flexible by appointment to meet the
needs of our clients.
Q: Do I need to do anything
special before starting therapy?
A: After seeing your doctor
and having a prescription for your therapy, just call us and we can
get you scheduled within 48 hours. Or you could ask your doctor to
fax the prescription to us and one of our staff members will contact
you for an appointment.
Tip of the month:
During the first 24-48
hours after an injury when swelling is present, use ice. Remember
RICE….rest, ice, compression (if needed) and elevation. When the
injury is muscular, use heat.