Choice Therapy of Hibbing offers exceptional care, knowledgeable customer service, and prompt, cost-effective physical therapy treatment for our patients. Since opening in the Fall of 2016, our singular goal is to provide personal, one-on-one treatment in a timely manner to the people we serve. In October of 2017 we added our pediatric team to provide speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Our team is constantly striving to improve ourselves as professionals so you can be confident you’ve made the best choice for your rehabilitation.
Locally owned and operated by Physical Therapist Kevin Schulte with support from Choice Therapy company founders, we are a private practice clinic serving the greater Iron Range area. We live by our Up North community values and work hard to earn your trust through top-notch local service, flexible scheduling and a can-do attitude.
Your new choice for healing and injury prevention for Hibbing, Chisholm and the Iron Range!
- General physical therapy
- Orthopedic rehab
- Sports injury treatment
- Work-related injuries
- Neck, hip and back pain
- Knee and arm injuries
- Post-surgery rehabilitation
- Manual therapy
- Repetitive motion strains
- Spinal conditions
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
Occupational Therapy: activities of daily living, fine motor, neonatal and infant development, Autism spectrum disorders, sensory processing and sensory integration, assistive technology assessment and training, adaptive equipment and positioning, upper extremity, orthotic fabrication and fitting, visual motor and visual perceptual skills, handwriting, as well as emotional and behavioral regulation.
Physical Therapy: muscuolskeletal conditions, orthopedic conditions, neuromuscular conditions, gross motor developmental assessments, coordination and balance training, mobility training and mobility planning, as well as adaptive equipment assessment and training
Speech Therapy: Articulation and phonological disorders, oral motor skills, swallowing and feeding disorders, fluency disorders, hearing disorders, language disorders, cognitive deficits, voice deficits (hoarseness, vocal nodules, polyps), Autism spectrum disorder, auditory processing disorders, cochlear implants, augmentative and alternative communication, Craniofacial abnormalities (cleft lip and/or palate), as well as apraxia.