St. Luke’s Chequamegon Clinic in Ashland has a new pediatric physical therapy room.
The room will be used by the clinic’s three therapists to treat patients from birth to age 18 with conditions and injuries including stroke, brain injury, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, developmental delays, and walking and balancing challenges. The space has toys, a ladder, swings, mirrors and a rock wall.
It will also be used to help patients with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and for pregnancy and postpartum classes.
To learn more about getting a referral to the St. Luke’s Chequamegon Clinic’s physical therapy program, talk to your primary care provider.