Stephanie Serafimovski, CWJR owner, believes in miracles through therapy, and since 2001 she’s been making believers out of kids and adults who seek treatment.
“We make miracles happen here every day,” said Serafimovski, owner of Crawl, Walk, Jump, Run Therapy in Clinton Township, who opened the doors to a new facility last week at 42804 Garfield Road.
“We are an intensive-based clinic that provides all rehabilitation needs from therapy to orthotic fittings,” she said. “We treat our patients like family and believe in being hands on, one-on-one with each patient every treatment session.”
The CWJR clinic offers intensive therapy “dedicated to serving and improving the lives of people with neurological conditions.” said Serafimovski, noting her staff works with traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder and other conditions.
At CWJR Therapy, other services include skilled physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy.
She said therapists at the clinic believe in “treating the whole person in a collaborative team approach to offer patients the highest level of therapy for greatest functional gain.”
“I have a dedicated staff,” she noted. “I am constantly teaching my therapists new things.
Overall, the facility has 13 therapists on staff, while Serafimovski employs 30 people, including Director Kathleen Lewandowski.
Other highlights of the clinic include a 1,700-square-foot interactive sensory room designed by CWJR’s team of occupational therapists, and an expanded partial weight bearing system around a 40-foot track.