Rehabilitation therapy for children
Addressing pain and rehabilitation issues
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute helps people with
disabilities, injuries or complex medical conditions achieve health and
wellness, and maximize their quality of life.
The Institute offers a nationally
unique combination of rehabilitation, support and lifestyle services that
address the needs of the whole person:
More than 85,000 lives are touched per year with more than
375,000 annual client visits. This is accomplished through the work of
approximately 1,500 employees and 2,000 volunteers. Together, we make lives
Our therapists provide treatment for back and orthopedic injuries. We also offer specialty sports medicine services for athletes.
Courage Kenny Kids provides physical, occupational and speech therapies for children.
Cancer rehabilitation options address your unique needs at each stage of treatment and survivorship. View the Twin Cities Public Television documentary Late in Life: Cancer in Between.
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Adaptive sports and recreation
Aquatics, fitness & wellness
Courage Kenny Spine Centers
Outpatient therapy services
The ADA is one of
America's most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation that prohibits
discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same
opportunities as everyone else to participate in the mainstream of American
life – to enjoy employment opportunities, to purchase goods and services and to
participate in state and local government programs and services.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has proudly played a
major role in advocating for people with disabilities. This includes advocating for polices that improve
health care access and quality, social services, housing, transportation,
education and employment, to name a few. We’re committed to this work to
ensure all those we serve achieve their dreams and realize their full
potential. Learn more by watching the video or visiting the Minnesota State Council on Disability site.