I had been troubled for many, many months with a very painful right knee. When my doctor suggested surgery, I questioned if there wasn’t something else we could do. In our conversation, I asked about the Aquatic Center which was being built on the corner of my residential street
At the Lewis Aquatic Center, our focus is on you and to help you feel better and maximize your potential. We accomplish this by:
personalizing a plan for your physical therapy visits
assessing the cause of your pain or discomfort
providing the most appropriate physical therapy or occupational
therapy to treat your problem
engaging in one-to-one occupational or physical therapy
to ensure consistent observation and optimal results
monitoring your progress and keeping your physician informed
providing free transportation within our service area for your convenience
working with you to create a Lifelong Health plan for
you to follow when you have completed therapy
As a community service, we offer free balance/fall prevention, healthy back and mobility screenings. Call us at 216-595-7345 to schedule your appointment.
We mourn the passing of Peter B. Lewis. He will be greatly missed by many members of our community as not only an ultra-creative business leader, but also as a philanthropist who generously donated funds and shared his knowledge and wisdom to propel vision and concepts into practical realities. His legacy will live on at Menorah Park with each client who benefits from the creation of our Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center that came to fruition due to his generous support. We were always humbled and honored when he would state that providing funds to build the Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center was one of his most rewarding and favorite gifts. In his name and lasting memory, we pledge to work diligently to bring those who come to the Peter B. Lewis Center comfort, relief from pain, and lasting improvement to the quality of their lives.
Menorah Park Center for Senior Living
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