Dobie’s Outpatient Therapy Clinic features state-of-the-art equipment and a diverse team of highly skilled professionals. Our team works together to focus on your recovery, offering a variety of innovative approaches & therapies including physical, occupational, speech, warm water aquatic, and PREhab. Patients receive the individualized care for their entire appointment, motivation, and support to achieve the best possible results.
The pool at Dobie features an underwater treadmill and a water temperature that is kept between 90 and 94 degrees. Our pool deck and air temperature are also heated – adding to your overall comfort. Research has shown that therapy and/or exercise in a warm water pool helps:
Warm water therapy and exercise is beneficial for those with:
Concerned with driving safety? Dobie’s off-road driving assessment provides physicians and family members with information to help determine if a patient or loved one still has the ability to operate a motor vehicle safely. The assessment will review:
Upon completion of the driving assessment, a full report will be provided to you.
The cost of our driving assessment is $225.00
Kristen has worked at Dobie Road since 2005 and has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Public Relations and Marketing from Michigan State University; she also has a nursing degree from Jackson College. Kristen and her husband have two sons and 3 grand-dogs, they enjoy traveling, camping, and spending time with family.
Kristen began her career at Dobie working midnights as a floor nurse and worked her way up becoming the Medical Records auditing nurse, the Infection Control Nurse and eventually one of the restorative nursing supervisors. When the Marketing & Business Development Director position was established in 2013, Kristen truly felt as though this was her “dream” job and a perfect fit for her and has thoroughly enjoyed it since.
Kristen loves working at Dobie Road because believes and lives the mission of improving lives. “It’s easy to promote and market an establishment like ICMCF because from our staff to our core values – we are the best around!”
Amy Robertson has a bachelor’s in health science From Kaplan University. Amy and her husband have 2 kids, a girl and a boy, along with two dogs and a cat.
Amy worked at Dobie as an RA/CNA after high school for 3 years before spending 8 years as a military wife traveling the world. Upon returning home, Amy worked at Origami Brain injury Rehab center as a direct care worker until she decided she wanted to come back to Dobie and since 2016 has been our outpatient and wellness assistant.
Amy loves working for Dobie because it is a loving and supporting place to work, where the staff dedicates themselves to ensuring the best quality care. Amy also enjoys spending time with her family and reading.