The therapy went well. The people have a good and positive attitude.
My shoulder works a lot better, thanks for their effort.
Mr. Hart did a better job on shoulder cord, but Maren did a better job explaining exercise diagrams.
My accident happened December 2, 2020, but break was not found until two weeks later, even though I started PT for rotator cuff. I saw five different therapists during this time. Everyone had their own way, but pretty much the same exercises given. I felt I could do more and probably pushed myself but was always told not to overdo because I could do more damage. I enjoyed all my times at Physical Therapy and all the therapists that worked with me.
I recommend St. William’s Outpatient Therapy Clinic!
I had my knee replaced July 1, 2020 (on my anniversary)!
Since I work at St. William’s I requested that my rehab be done here. We tried to get my knee to be more flexible, but it would not have any of that. They did a great job giving me exercises to do at home! The bike seemed to be the best thing for my knee.
I have diabetes and am in my early 60’s which probably was a factor in my recovery. I also went back to work probably too soon. My job requires me to be on my feet the whole shift except breaks.
The physical therapists did a wonderful job working with me.
My experience with St. William’s Outpatient Therapy was absolutely amazing. It helped me get better!
I cannot thank St. William’s therapists, Maren Russman, PT (pictured with Colin below) and Kyle Hart, PTA enough.
I used to not be able to lift my right leg at all but now, with the help of St. William’s therapists, I can!
Dear St. William’s Living Center Residents, Friends, and Families:
I am writing today to inform you that a St. William’s Living Center employee tested positive for COVID-19. Visitation will be suspended until we complete two rounds of outbreak testing without any new positive cases. If there are no additional cases identified during outbreak testing, then we will reopen visitation.
Compassionate care and essential care visits are allowed in certain circumstances after review by the interdisciplinary team. To schedule a compassionate or essential care visit, please contact our activities department at 218-338-1010 or Michelle Hartmann in Social Services at 218-338-1008.
While indoor visitation is suspended, we encourage loved ones to communicate with our residents by phone, video chat, or a window visit in Vogrin Hall if possible. You may call our activity department at 218-338-1010 to set up a time to schedule a video meeting or window visit with a resident.
Residents may also leave the facility for outings if desired, so when the weather is nice visitors may take residents for a walk around the block or go for a car ride.
We currently have the following active COVID-19 cases:
The Minnesota Department of Health has set up a free hotline for anyone who has questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19). Call the MDH hotline at: 1-651-201-3920.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: Tim Kelly, Administrator at 218-338-1001; Lori Roers, Director of Nursing at 218-338-1009.
Tim Kelly, Administrator
My Therapy Story
By John Schauland
After rotator cuff surgery in March 2021 the therapists at St. William’s Living Center Outpatient Therapy helped me so much to get motion back in my shoulder.
Their knowledge of what I needed to do, and patience to teach me the exercises and how to do them properly, made a world of difference in my recovery.
I feel I am on the road to a full recovery thanks to all the care I received from the therapists at St. William’s Living Center Outpatient Therapy!