The Center for Physical Rehabilitation: Grand Rapids – Cascade
5060 Cascade Road SE, Suite A
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Fax: 616-954-1728 www.pt-cpr.com
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Our physical therapy Grand Rapids location is just off the corner of Cascade Road and Spaulding in Cascade Trails. Plenty of lot parking is available. If you have trouble finding us or have a question about physical therapy please call us at 616-954-0950.
Our Physical Grand Rapids Clinic
Orthopedics Grand Rapids
Manual Therapy Grand Rapids
Balance & Vestibular Rehab
TMJ/Jaw Pain Program
Lymphedema & Cancer Wellness
McKenzie Method Grand Rapids
Return to Play/Sportmetrics
Back Pain Grand Rapids
Sports Medicine Grand Rapids
Golf / Thrower’s / Swim / Video Gait Analysis
The Center for Physical Rehabilitation specializes in all inclusive physical therapy services, such as: Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Post -Surgical and McKenzie Therapy. Our state-of-the-art physical therapy Grand Rapids clinic is also home to our Academy for Sports & Wellness.
At the Academy for Sports & Wellness anyone in the community can commit to ongoing learning: keeping your body healthy and strong. Classes target the diverse needs of our community and are taught by certified, highly-credentialed professionals.
Whether you are an athlete wanting to improve sports performance, or a senior looking to age in place, our physical therapy Grand Rapids location has the tools needed to make your goals a reality. We invite you to stop by to see how The Center for Physical Rehabilitation is the place for physical therapy in Grand Rapids.
Along with our outpatient physical therapy clinic on Cascade, PTandMe has affiliated outpatient physical therapy clinics throughout Grand Rapids. Our local locations include:
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