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Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation Expands Their Team Of Experts In Kalamazoo

August 4, 2020

Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation is pleased to announce that Chelsea Kishler, PT and Erin Krug, OT have recently joined the clinical team in Kalamazoo; providing patients with even more opportunities to reach their highest levels of independence.

Chelsea Kishler, PT

Prior to joining Hope Network, Chelsea Kishler provided acute care evaluations, examinations, interventions, and discharge planning for patients with neurologic and orthopedic concerns at Beaumont Rehabilitation Services. While there, she established their after-care wellness program for patients with Parkinson’s disease to help bridge the gap patients face when continuing their rehabilitation in the community following discharge. An APTA Certified Clinical Instructor, Chelsea also mentors physical therapy students at Grand Valley State University.

Erin Krug, OT

Occupational Therapist, Erin Krug’s experience spans more than a decade of working along the entire rehabilitation continuum of care. She has extensive training working with adults and older populations following traumatic brain injury, stroke, surgical spine surgeries, joint replacements, lymphedema, and cardiac conditions, and has provided occupational therapy services in hospital, inpatient, outpatient, and home care settings. She is Lymphedema and LSVT Big Certified, and also serves as a supervisor and mentor to occupational therapy students in the area.

Chelsea and Erin work with patients in both outpatient and inpatient transitional programs in Kalamazoo. Their insight, along with the other experts in Kalamazoo, provide rehabilitation services and specialized medical care for those who have sustained a moderate to severe brain or spinal cord injury, suffered a stroke, or have other neurological conditions reach their highest level of independence. Visit to learn more.

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