Northern Rehab Presents Donation to DeKalb County Community Gardens


Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists held a community contest to choose a local organization to support in honor of Physical Therapy Month. DeKalb County Community Gardens (DCCG) was chosen as the recipient! Northern Rehab gave a donation to DCCG to support their mission to strengthen access to fresh, local, and sustainably-grown organic food for people in need in our community.

Brandon Clement, physical therapist at Northern Rehab’s DeKalb Main clinic, was pleased to present DeKalb County Community Garden’s Executive Director Dan Kenney the donation. Brandon comments, “As part of Physical Therapy month and as part of our company’s mission, Northern Rehab wanted to give back to an organization that promotes an active and healthy lifestyle in our community. We are pleased to support DCCG in helping to end hunger in DeKalb County.”

Dan Kenney comments, “We are very thankful for this donation and the support we’ve received from Northern Rehab! This support assists us in continuing to provide locally grown food and educational programs to improve the health and nutrition in the DeKalb County community. Thank you for this donation!”

Chosen as DeKalb County’s Finest Best Physical Therapists six years in a row, Northern Rehab is a privately-owned local business and has built a solid reputation and strong relationships within the communities it serves. Northern Rehab strives to treat patients in a professional, yet fun and friendly atmosphere providing quality, skilled hands-on physical therapy with an emphasis on one-on-one physical therapy care provided by the physical therapist. For more information about Northern Rehab, please visit, call 815.756.8524, or find us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google Plus.

Image caption: Northern Rehab’s Physical Therapist Brandon Clement (right) presents a donation to DeKalb County Community Gardens Executive Director Dan Kenney (left).

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