21st Century Rehab, PC Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary!

21st Century Rehab, PC Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary!

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Three Staff Members Graduate in Different Programs!

Three Staff Members Graduate in Different Programs!

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Steve Cassabaum, MSPT,DPT is 21st Century Rehab’s first Post Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate!

Steve Cassabaum, MSPT,DPT is 21st Century Rehab’s first Post Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate!

On May 15th, 2009, President and Founder, Steve Cassabaum became the first of 21st Century Rehab’s therapist to receive his post professional DPT from Washington University in St. Louis. 21st Century Rehab has made a commitment to the of physical therapy profession by providing the opportunity for therapists to obtain their Post Professional Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

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Steve Cassabaum, MSPT, DPT and Tracy Porter, MSPT prepare for 24th Annual American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Conference

Steve Cassabaum, MSPT, DPT and Tracy Porter, MSPT prepare for 24th Annual American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Conference

May 19, 2009 – Steve Cassabaum, MSPT, DPT and Tracy Porter, MSPT, of 21st Century Rehab, P.C. will be speaking at the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) 24th Annual National Conference at the Gaylord Opryland Conference Center, June 19-21, in Nashville, Tennessee.

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21st Century Rehab announces new clinic opening in Carlisle!

21st Century Rehab announces new clinic opening in Carlisle!

(May 2008) – 21st Century Rehab, PC is pleased to announce the opening of their newest clinic in Carlisle. They are located next to SNAP Fitness at 125 North 1st Street. The decision to open at this particular location in Carlisle was due in large part because of the relationship formed with SNAP Fitness. “It makes perfect sense to have these two businesses together because we hope to serve a lot of the same clients” stated Steve Cassabaum, owner and physical therapist at 21st Century Rehab, PC.

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Be well. 21st Century Rehab, PC Launches Corporate Wellness Program

Be well. 21st Century Rehab, PC Launches Corporate Wellness Program

(October 2007) –Many businesses and organizations have recognized the value of healthy employees. At least 25% of a company’s healthcare costs are attributed to modifiable health risks such as employee’s poor diet and lack of exercise. Studies have shown for every $1 the average company spends on worksite wellness programs, it receives an average net benefit of $3.40 to $7.88.

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Nevada Physical Therapist, Steve Cassabaum, Receives 2007 Outstanding Alumni Award from Washington University

Nevada Physical Therapist, Steve Cassabaum, Receives 2007 Outstanding Alumni Award from Washington University

September 27, 2007 – Nevada physical therapist, Steve Cassabaum, MSPT was awarded the 2007 Outstanding Alumni Award from Washington University’s Program in Physical Therapy on September 15, 2007. This award is given to former graduates of the program.

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Jason Horras, Vice President for 21st Century Rehab, PC named to Iowa Illinois Safety Council Board of Directors

Jason Horras, Vice President for 21st Century Rehab, PC named to Iowa Illinois Safety Council Board of Directors

April 2007 - Jason Horras, MPT is named to Iowa-Illinois Safety Council Board of Directors for 2007-2008. Jason is the Vice President for 21st Century Rehab, PC and is certified in Isernhagen Work Systems’ Work Injury Management Programs, is a certified occupational hearing conservationist and is also certified in DOT drug collection and testing.

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April is National Occupational Therapy Month: A Profession that Focuses on Life Skills

April is National Occupational Therapy Month: A Profession that Focuses on Life Skills

April 2, 2007 – In celebration of National Occupational Therapy Month, the occupational therapists with 21st Century Rehab would like to educate you on the profession that focuses on life skills.

For millions of people, the service of occupational therapy is a lifeline.  People of all ages receive it to help them participate in the activities of their daily life.  Sometimes people need occupational therapy to do things we take for granted: like getting dressed, being productive at school or work, eating unassisted, or even socializing.

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