Best Physical Rehab Facility: ProRehab Center

Location: Fargo

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ProRehab Center has been named Best Physical Rehab Facility in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Why do customers choose you? 

“There is no secret to our success; our mission is to provide the best rehab services to our patients and help them achieve their goals as quickly as possible,” Owner Tom Baumgartner said. “We also have a wide variety of therapists who have specialties such as pelvic health, vestibular rehab, TMJ, soft tissue work. We have been practicing in the community for over 20 years and have developed a strong bond with patients and referral sources.”

What do customers enjoy the most about what you do? 

“I feel our patients enjoy our one-on-one focus in their rehab from beginning to end,” Baumgartner said. “We are more than just providers; in many cases we become friends. We receive many compliments on the friendliness of our front staff to the professionalism and expertise of our therapists.”

  • Second place: Bethany Retirement Living
  • Third place: Apex Physical Therapy & Wellness Center
  • Fourth place: Eventide Senior Living Communities
  • Fifth place: PAM Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Fargo

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