October 08, 2015

Walk & Roll Thank You!

The 2nd annual Walk & Roll for Mobility fundraising event for the Voluntary Action Center held on September 26, 2015 was a great success! Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists and Creative Therapeutics wish to thank the community for supporting our walk along the DeKalb Nature Trail from Creative Therapeutics to Northern Rehab's Lincoln Highway office in celebration of Physical Therapy month. We love celebrating everyone's freedom to be active and enjoy their mobility. All donations collected at this event went directly to the Voluntary Action Center of DeKalb County to help support their active programs aiding our community.

Our appreciation is extended to First National Bank (formerly Castle Bank), Hy-Vee, Hearing Help Express, Shaw Media - The MidWeek, Resource Bank, B95 WDKB FM radio, Voluntary Action Center,  Tim and Joe Roloff, DeKalb Police Department, Brett Whitacre Art, and students from the NIU Physical Therapy program.

We extend our gratitude to all of the community members that walked, rolled, strolled, and rode their bikes at this family-friendly event! Your support made the 2nd annual "Walk & Roll for Mobility" event another huge success! We look forward to next year's event and hope the community will join us again to celebrate your freedom to "Walk & Roll"!


Ken Olson, Melissa Beck, and Deb Loitz of Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists    

Lynn Batalden, Mark Mattson, and Becky Rogers of Creative Therapeutics

Should I ask my doctor to refer me if I think I may need therapy?

Definitely. When you have a problem you think may be helped by physical therapy ask your doctor or give us a call and we will help you to determine if this is a problem that may be helped by physical therapy.

freedom to move

Your Right to Choose

The decision of where you go to receive treatment is
yours. If you have a specific therapist or practice you
would like to go to, you should let your doctor or
insurance company know this. Not all physical
therapists or practices are the same and the choice
of your provider is yours.