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Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy - Albertville

Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy - Albertville
11091 Jason Ave. NE
Albertville, MN 55301
763-744-4140
Fax: 763-497-0679

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Hand Rehabilitation

Hand Therapy

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for clients who have an injury or disease of the hand or arm.

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Shirley's story

When Shirley Hagerty got tired of her knee hurting last summer, she knew she'd be in good hands if she decided to have surgery at Buffalo Hospital.

What she didn't realize was how smooth the process would be, and how well-informed she would feel every step of the way.


Hand Rehabilitation

Hand Therapy

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for clients who have an injury or disease of the hand or arm.



Courage Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy

Rehabilitation for Sports and Orthopedic Injuries

Whether you participate in organized athletics or are an avid fan of weekend workouts, you may benefit from sports medicine therapy to help you heal. Our therapists can treat everything from spine injuries to knee injuries — or strained muscles when you've simply done too much.

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Dan Seiffert

Dan Seiffert of St. Michael, Minnesota had a stroke in 2012 that severely limited the use of his right arm and leg and affected his ability to be independent and take care of himself. He received therapy at several locations of Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute: acute intensive rehabilitation at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, then transitional rehabilitation at the Golden Valley Campus, then home rehabilitation, and finally outpatient physical and occupational therapy at Albertville.

Seiffert’s therapists at the Albertville site – Kate Perry, PTA, Elisa Momsen-Johnson, PT and Cheryl Wuollet, OTR – say that he pushes himself totally at every therapy session. He does his own research on stroke recovery and discusses new ideas with them. He is continually active and striving. It isn’t unusual to find him practicing his prescribed exercises while in the waiting room or the parking lot.

Rather than feel sorry for himself, Seiffert made it his goal to return to his former lifestyle as much as possible. Now more than a year later, he is walking independently, taking care of himself, working full time (with some job modifications) and cheering on his daughters from the sidelines at their soccer and softball games. At work, he goes out of his way to exercise by making extra trips to the copy machine or doing other work-related tasks that require mobility. His hard work and determination to overcome his physical challenges have inspired his family, his therapists and other patients as well.