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Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute

Comprehensive rehabilitation care

Shirley had been having pain in her knee for some time. It was getting progressively worse, so she decided to do something about it.

Elisa Momsen-Johnson, DPT, helped Shirley Hagerty rehabilitate her knee at Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy in Albertville. Read and watch Shirley's story.

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute is the leading rehabilitation provider in the upper Midwest. Our compassionate, experienced and specially-trained team works together to help patients achieve their personal best following an injury or illness.

From children to adults, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides a comprehensive array of rehabilitation services.

The renowned rehabilitation resources of Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute are available at four local locations:

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Buffalo Hospital

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy – Buffalo (Fitness Center)

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy – Albertville

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy – Annandale

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Buffalo

300 Catlin Street, Suite 101
Buffalo, MN 55313
763-684-3888

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Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Buffalo

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation at Buffalo Hospital.

If your health care provider has referred you to us, please call
763-684-3888
to make your first appointment.

Our experienced and compassionate therapy team helps children and adults achieve their best following an injury or illness, such as stroke, a brain injury, orthopedic surgery or diseases such as Parkinson's disease.

Services and specialty programs

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Buffalo provides a wide-range of rehabilitation care, including:

Patients and their families work together with the specialized staff to set goals and achieve maximum function.

Appointments, information

Patients do need a referral from their health care provider before beginning a therapy program. For information or to make an appointment, call 763-684-3888.

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy - Buffalo

If your health care provider has referred you to us, please call
763-684-3880
to make your first appointment.

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy – Buffalo (Fitness Center)
101 14th Street NE
Buffalo, MN 55313
763-684-3880

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Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy – Buffalo (Fitness Center)

Whether you are recovering from a back injury or a sports-related injury, our specially trained therapists provide treatment that is appropriate and effective.

Each patient at Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy receives one-to-one care and individualized home exercise programs with an emphasis on active management of their condition.

Services and specialty programs

Located adjacent to Gold's Gym in Buffalo, this location offers a variety of therapies and services including:

Referrals and appointments

Patients do need a referral from their health care provider before beginning a therapy program. For information or to make an appointment, call 763-684-3880.

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Courage Kenny Kids™ Pediatric Rehabilitation Program

Courage Kenny Kids making lives work through play

To schedule an appointment or for more information, call
763-684-3888.

Courage Kenny Kids
Buffalo Hospital
300 Catlin Street, Suite 101
Buffalo, MN 55313

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Courage Kenny Kids is a specialized pediatric rehabilitation program offered by Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.

Dedicated to treating children from birth to late adolescence who have medical conditions or syndromes that may interfere with normal development, Courage Kenny Kids emphasizes using play to engage young patients in their therapies.

Staff consists of occupational and physical therapists and speech-language pathologists who have extensive training in pediatric rehabilitation. We offer pediatric services in a kid- and parent-friendly environment.

Features

The Courage Kenny Kids therapists encourage parents to come to the therapy sessions and learn and understand what their child's needs are and how they can help at home.

Our facility offers:

  • a zip line and crash pit for work on vestibular and proprioceptive processing
  • a climbing wall and half flight of stairs for physical therapy for stair climbing skills as well as bilateral coordination and motor planning skills
  • smaller spaces for quiet reflex integration work and table top activities such as handwriting
  • a kitchen for feeding evaluations and treatment.

We provide high quality of care in a space that is conducive to children and their job of play. In addition, our speech therapy treatment rooms are large enough for parents to sit in on therapy sessions.

Staff

At-home ideas for families

Our Pinterest board is a resource for parents looking for ways to continue working with their children at home. Check it out at pinterest.com/kennykids.

Jennifer's story

Jennifer developed rheumatoid arthritis and histoplasmosis, and sustained a right intra-cerebral hemorrhage, all of which greatly affected her ability to work, play, and take care of her son and home.


Bradley's story

The first time 11-year-old Bradley Malwitz of Buffalo rode his bike, his father, Bruce, couldn’t hold back tears of joy at watching his son achieve a milestone goal most parents take for granted.


Shirley's story

Shirley had been having pain in her knee for some time. It was getting progressively worse, so she decided to do something about it.


Kannette's story

According to her physical therapist, Tamra Blahut, MPT, CLT-LANA, Sheppeard has achieved numerous successes and acquired new skills to independently manage her condition since she began therapy.


Glen's story

Preparations for joint replacement surgery include classes where Muckenhirn learned that success comes from a team effort with his caregivers at Allina Medical Clinic - Buffalo – and that his participation and willingness to work on his recovery was key to optimizing his motion.