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Minneapolis

43 Main Street S.E. Suite 223
Minneapolis, MN 55414

612-331-5757

 

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Eagan

2119 Cliff Road
Eagan, MN 55122

651-688-7500

 

Reynolds Rehab Physical Therapy

Our History

 

Reynolds Rehabilitation Enterprises started as a consulting business in Galesburg, IL in 1997. At that time, founder Jonathan Reynolds, then a physical therapist in private practice, was assisting in the design of two software programs, one for Functional Capacity Evaluations and the other for job site analysis, that are currently used in the industrial rehabilitation industry, as well as acting as an advisor to various companies involved in the industrial rehabilitation field.

Jonathan left Galesburg in August 1999 to pursue a PhD degree in physical therapy at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, and the consulting business continued to operate. Jonathan transferred to the University of Minnesota in the summer of 2001 and he and his wife Maja expanded the business to a private physical therapy practice in the historic Riverplace complex east of downtown Minneapolis. At first, Jonathan worked alone, and the practice has grown steadily since. The focus of care has been on the treatment of performing artists (dancers, musicians, actors and singers), as well as on general orthopaedic outpatient rehabilitation and workers´ compensation patients. Currently, there are three physical therapists (Jonathan, Brooke Darst Rice and Brandon Busch) working at the original Minneapolis office.

In April 2007, a second office was opened in Eagan, MN and it is situated in the Cedar Cliff Center at the intersection of Cliff Road and Highway 77 (Cedar Avenue). Jonathan works with two additional staff members (Sandra Ohlenschlager and Meagan Binenstock) at the Eagan office, and the clinical focus is similar to that of the Minneapolis office.

We are proud of the excellent staff that we have employed at each office. Our approach is different in that every patient is scheduled for a 1 hour one-on-one session with the physical therapist. The focus of treatment is on functional restoration, pain relief, strengthening, balance and proprioception, core strengthening, and addressing the cause of pathology and preventing a recurrence of the injury. Our therapists attend regular continuing education seminars to further their knowledge and expertise, and monthly in-service sessions are held in-house to ensure that they are up to date with the latest information regarding physical therapy care. Treatments invariably utilize manual therapy techniques (joint and soft tissue mobilization) and our therapists have received specialized training in several manual therapy techniques, such as Maitland, Cyriax, McKenzie, Kaltenborn, Travell and others.

Some therapists have published research, or contributed to educating their peers, in various peer-reviewed medical journals.