Streamwood Park District Partners with RUSH Physical Therapy
Park Place Family Recreation Center will now be called “Park Place Family Recreation Center in Partnership with RUSH Physical Therapy”
The Streamwood Park District has partnered with RUSH Physical Therapy. With the 5-year partnership, the room once held by Advocate Health for years at Park Place Family Recreation Center will now be home to RUSH Physical Therapy.
RUSH Physical Therapy will bring professional rehabilitation services to the Streamwood community at a more centrally-located facility. The renovations to the space will be complete by the end of June. The partnership with RUSH Physical Therapy gives the Streamwood Park District and Park Place Family Recreation Center an added level of credibility to the health and wellness of the Streamwood community. Residents will now have access to a physical therapy provider with the proven pedigree and prestige of Rush University System for Health.
Some specialties unique to RUSH Physical Therapy’s facility include aquatic therapy, personalized blood flow restriction, cupping, dry needling, hands-on therapy techniques, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, sports medicine, concussion rehabilitation, video analyses, pre-and post-rehabilitation, WorkStrategies® Program, and much more.
“RUSH will be a great partner for the park district. They will sponsor events such as races as well as major special events. They will be involved with community members and users of the facility and will provide seminars and lectures pertaining to various healthcare topics. RUSH Physical Therapy may discuss exercise training with members on occasion, which will better allow those members to incorporate new details into their workouts.”, said Steve Muenz, Superintendent of Recreation at Streamwood Park District.
RUSH Physical Therapy center manager Jacob Livingston, P.T., DPT, CDNT, said, “We are excited to partner with the Streamwood Park District and offer outpatient physical therapy services to the community. We provide a wide range of specialties and are truly looking forward to helping those in need. We are committed to providing each person an exceptional experience that promotes healing and recovery in a safe, compassionate environment.”
Scheduling or questions can be directed to Mr. Livingston at 847.934.7330 or JRLivingston@rushpt.com.
For more information on the new partnership, please contact Streamwood Park District Superintendent of Recreation Steve Muenz at 630.483.3091 or SMuenz@spdcares.com.
ABOUT STREAMWOOD PARK DISTRICT
The Streamwood Park District serves over 40,000 Streamwood residents, offering hundreds of seasonal programs. Ranging from fitness, aquatics, youth, and adult athletics, the Streamwood Park District strives to accommodate the diverse Streamwood community on a daily basis with a multitude of programs, events, and classes.
The Streamwood Park District has been serving the Streamwood community since 1966.
ABOUT RUSH PHYSICAL THERAPY
Throughout the country, the Select Medical family of brands comprise a national network of more than 1,800 centers in 38 states and the District of Columbia. Select Medical empowers its therapists by providing industry-leading continuing education opportunities. Select Medical’s Outpatient Division provides physical therapy and athletic training services to professional sports teams, colleges, universities, and high schools and serves as the exclusive physical rehabilitation provider to several major U.S. corporations.
RUSH brings together the brightest minds in medicine, research, and academics. Driven by discovery, innovation, and a deep responsibility for the health of our communities, RUSH is a national leader in outstanding patient care, education, research, community partnerships, and empowering a generation of health care providers. RUSH includes Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Copley Medical Center, and Rush Oak Park Hospital, as well as an extensive providers network. Rush University comprises four colleges: Rush Medical College, the College of Nursing, the College of Health Sciences, and the Graduate College.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PARTNERSHIP?
Superintdendent of Recreation