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A Place of Healing

"As you drive up to Stonhenge of Orem, you first notice a complete replica of the famed Stonehenge with its mysterious rock columns out on the front lawn. You then take in the building's appearance, a stunning combination of stone and woodwork with dramatic archways. You get the feeling you are pulling into a grand ski lodge. Inside, the lobby is open and airy with broad passageways, high ceilings, wooden beams, and a beautiful fireplace built of stone. The vibe is warm, homey and inviting; the exact opposite of your notion of a typical rehabilitiation center, which conjures images of dimly lit, cramped hallways with flickering green fluorescent lighting and musty smells.

Of course, Stonehenge was designed to be anything but a typical rehabilitation center. After all owners Cory Robison and Wyatt Cloward, and building administrator Chris Yeates had named the center after one of the seven-wonders-of-the-world upon discovering that Stonehenge has always been a destination where people would go to touch the stones to be healed. Stonehenge was a place of healing, making it the perfect name for a rehabilitation center whose every purpose is to heal.

Everything, form the design of the 23,000-square-foor building with the largest individual patient rooms in the state, complete with personal bathrooms and showers, to the high-tech equipment, to the company philosphy, reinforce the commitment to helping peopl heal. The majority of the facility's patients need rehabilitation and physical therapy for hips or knees, but Stonehenge also works with patients needing upper body rehabilitation as well as post-heart attack and post-stroke patients requiring occupational and speech therapy."

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