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Study participants needed

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute is currently recruiting participants for the below study:

Impact of LSVT® BIG on Patients at Stage 1 of Parkinson's Disease: A Pilot Study

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Mercy Hospital

Mercy Hospital offers rehabilitation services from Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, the leading provider of physical rehabilitation in the Midwest.

Talk to your doctor about whether you could benefit from rehabilitation therapy. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 763-236-8910.

Physical therapist helps a patient walk

Outpatient Services

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute offers outpatient rehabilitation services for individuals with a variety of conditions, such as stroke, balance problems, brain injury, Parkinson's disease, pelvic pain and incontinence, and multiple sclerosis.

We also offer speech-language pathology services for people with voice disorders, as well as head and neck cancer.

Courage Kenny Kids™ pediatric rehabilitation program

Courage Kenny Kids is for children who have medical conditions or syndromes that may interfere with normal development. The Courage Kenny Kids clinic at Mercy Hospital is place of indoor and outdoor fun for children during physical, occupational and speech therapy.

therapist works with Parkinson's patient

LSVT® Community Exercise Program

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute offers Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT®) Big and Loud Therapy to empower those living with Parkinson's disease to speak loud and move big. Anyone who has completed the program is invited to participate in the LSVT® Community Exercise Program at Mercy Hospital.

More Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute services in Coon Rapids

Amputation rehabilitation
Balance retraining/Vestibular rehabilitation
Brain injury services
Cognitive performance testing
Orthopedic services
Pelvic pain/incontinence
Physical therapy
Speech/voice/language therapy
Stroke rehabilitation