Sister Kenny Institute
Allina Hospitals & Clinics
Offers Rehabilitation services in nine hospital locations, consisting of more than 20 Sister Kenny Sports & Physical Therapy Center locations, and three Sister Kenny Spine Center locations throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Kenny Kids Pediatric Rehabilitation: http://www.allina.com/ahs/ski.nsf/page/kennykids
Kenny Kids is a specialized pediatric rehabilitation program offered by Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Coon Rapids and in Owatonna. We are dedicated to providing personalized treatment for children from birth to late adolescence who have medical conditions or syndromes that may interfere with normal development. (Pediatric therapy is also offered at many of our other Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute sites). The Kenny Kids staff consists of occupational and physical therapists and speech-language pathologists who have extensive training in pediatric rehabilitation
Kenny Kids – Buffalo
300 Catlin Street, Suite 101
Buffalo, MN 55313
The Kenny Kids therapists at Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Buffalo encourage parents to come to the therapy sessions and learn and understand what their child's needs are and how they can help at home.
Our facility offers:A zip line and crash pit for work on vestibular and proprioceptive processing; A climbing wall and half flight of stairs for physical therapy for stair climbing skills as well as bilateral coordination and motor planning skills; Smaller spaces for quiet reflex integration work and table top activities such as handwriting; A kitchen for feeding evaluations and treatment.
Kenny Kids – Coon Rapids
3111 124th Avenue, NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
Kenny Kids is a specialized pediatric rehabilitation program offered by Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Coon Rapids and in Owatonna.
Kenny Kids – Owatonna
2250 26th Street NW
Owatonna, MN 55060
The Kenny Kids™ therapists at Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – Owatonna are dedicated to helping children who have medical conditions or syndromes that may interfere with development, as well as helping student-athletes recover from an injury. Our staff of physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists work as a team to integrate individual therapy goals with the goals of the child, family, school programs and other health care providers