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Overall Rating 2.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Janelle Palmer
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I will be honest and say I can't be sure how this place compares to other rehab centers in the area. It may be better for all I know. What I can say is that they are not always ethical. This is perfectly demonstrated in the fact that at least 2 of the reviews on here from people that claim to be patients but are actually staff members (Don Adams and Donna Schwartz) who are clearly trying to bolster their online ratings. Pretty shady. I don't think they treat their employees very well--yes I did work here, but it has been years and I am not coming here to spite them. I had to look up their phone number for a volunteer application and was curious about the reviews, and was disappointed to read the fake ones, which prompted me to publicly state a little bit of what I think about the place. I would be very hesitant to send my vulnerable loved one to a place that operates the way they do.

  • Donna Schwartz
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    I had a reverse shoulder surgery and had outpatient physical therapy at EC. My first day my therapist put me at ease by telling me that she had researched my surgery over the weekend. I have nothing but praise for my therapist and those that filled in for her. They are very patient and compassionate therapists. I was challenged which helped me get back to work in a timely manner.

  • don Adams
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    I received Physical Therapy at Eisenhower Center following recent knee issues. The Physical Therapy department was very professional from my past experience with another PT company. The therapist I worked with listened to my concerns and helped develop a plan with my input. I would HIGHLY recommend Physical Therapy from Eisenhower Center.

  • Ondria Hernandez
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    The place is a joke. The staff is great but the higher up staff don't care about anything for the clients and how they feel. Clients are just dollar signs.

  • Kevin Mills
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    The After the Impact Program (ATI) at the Eisenhower center in Manchester, Michigan saved my life, literally. I was injured overseas in 2013 and have been through the ringer of military medicine and I had lost all hope until a family member called Eisenhower center and Maggie got me there within 2 weeks. What makes this place unique and work so well is that they have various specialists all working together to address the different ways traumatic brain injury effect the individual patient ie. Neurology, Endocrinology, psychiatry etc. These physicians are all working in sync mainly because there is a head nurse in the ATI program name Marsha who actually knows how to utilize them and identify who you need to see. That woman is a miracle worker if you or struggling with tbi or ptsd or a combination of the two. I had a coordinator (Laura) who handled every single detail of my rehabilitation so there was no stress on my end. They were even able to find me a charity to cover the bill and worked with the clinics and pharmacy for me ( I live all the way in Maryland) to get all my medications filled for me and paid for by my insurance (one of the meds is 3k a month and it is completely covered thanks to Marsha and the Endocrinology clinic they use!) The program is for NFL players, veterans and first responders and everyone becomes a family and all the staff treat you like family (there is actually a lady we call mom there because she takes such good care of us). The daily therapys consist of recreational, speech, ocupational, massage, phsycotherapy, group therapy, physical therapy and even a nutritionist. They transported us to a nice gym everyday and will tailor the program to meet every ones specific needs (and they really will do some extradonary things to make you confortable) The food is amazing and is all you can eat for the most part and you do lots of fun trips and activities in your off time. Everything at the ranch is first class amenities( everything new, flat screens in your room with a large cozy bed -no roomate- and plenty of lounge areas in and around the place for everyone to hang out. The place is beautiful. Its literally a working farm and you can spend as much time as you want playing with the therapy animals (ducks, horse,pony etc) I owe my life to Eisenhower, they exceeded my wildest expectations and gave me and my family our lives back. I am forever grateful to these people. This is truely the holy grail of rehabilitation you will not find another place like this trust me I've tried them all.


Other Information

Facility TypeFamily Home (Capacity Of 1-6)
License NumberAM810015275
License Effective Date2014-05-21
License Expiration Date2016-05-20
License StatusRegular
Serves Physically HandicappedYes
Serves Developmentally DisabledNo
Serves Mentally IllNo
Serves AgedNo
Serves Traumatically Brain InjuredYes
Serves AlzheimersNo
Has Special Certification For Developmentally DisabledNo
Has Special Certification For Mentally IllNo
Has Certification For Developmentally DisabledNo
Has Certification For Mentally IllNo
Licensee NameMoriah Incorporated
Has Rules Violations Within The Last YearNo
Licensee Street3200 E Eisenhower
Licensee Street2
Licensee CityAnn Arbor
Licensee StateMI
Licensee Zip48108
Licensee StatusActive

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