New space for Plateau Rehab | Plateau Business

Plateau Rehab is not new to Enumclaw, but recently moved to a new quarters to better utilize the staff’s special equipment and training. The clinic now occupies space in the Becker Building, 1427 Jefferson Ave.

  • Thursday, January 15, 2015 8:42pm
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Plateau Rehab staff

Plateau Rehab is not new to Enumclaw, but recently moved to a new quarters to better utilize the staff’s special equipment and training. The clinic now occupies space in the Becker Building, 1427 Jefferson Ave.

Physical therapists Katey Lent and Suzanne Lewis, along with Kathy Conzelman, PTA, and Carol Garcia, have created an outpatient clinic designed to address the needs specific to the Plateau’s senior population. After years of treating patients in busy outpatient orthopaedic clinics and skilled nursing facilities, Lent and Lewis became frustrated with the high volume of patients they were expected to treat. Plateau Rehab was opened with the intention of allowing them time to provide quality, one-on-one care.

Clinic specialties include balance training for seniors, vestibular rehabilitation and treatment of vertigo, along with physical therapy for back and neck injuries, shoulder injuries and post-surgical joint surgeries.

Address: 1427 Jefferson St, Suite B-1

Phone: 360-802-0244

Website: www.balancedenumclaw.com

Email: ihrontheplateau@live.com

Hours: 9 a,n, to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and by appointment.

 

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