Infinity Rehab Blog

Infinity Rehab Expands Regional Leadership with Three Promotions and Two New Hires

We’re excited to announce three promotions and welcome two new members to the Infinity Rehab team. Carolyn Staples was promoted to the position of area rehab director in Washington. Stacey Turner was named the regional director of operations of Oregon, Utah, southern Idaho and Colorado. JoLynn Munro is now the regional director of operations of Washington, Alaska, Illinois and northern Idaho. We’ve also just hired two Oregon area rehab directors: Sean Luzania and Derek Fenwick. “Infinity Rehab is in an exciting growth phase which opens up many opportunities within our company,” said Michael Billings, president of Infinity Rehab. “We’re excited … Continue reading

Infinity Rehab recognized by Washington Health Care Association at Annual Conference May 19th, 2010.

We were so fortunate to be recognized by the Washington Health Care Association during their annual conference in May. Having been members since 2000, we have had the opportunity to work with WHCA in education, sponsorships, specialized training, and service to members. Tim Lehner, Chairman of WHCA notes: “As Chairman of the Washington Health Care Association I was extremely pleased to present Infinity Rehab with The Above and Beyond Award. Infinity has distinguished itself by being a wonderful partner to the long term care industry by sponsoring our events, being a resource of providing education, and helping send the message … Continue reading

Meet President Mike Billings, PT, MS

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Welcome to the Infinity Rehab Blog! When we founded Infinity Rehab in 1999, our goal was to create a company that provided exceptional care to the senior population and fulfilled our mission to enhance the life of every person we serve. Our intentions haven’t changed in the 10 years we’ve been in business, but many other things have. Entering into the new decade, we wanted to create this blog to serve as an online gathering place for our employees, patients, industry partners, prospective employees and other therapists – a place where we can share triumphs and knowledge, as well as … Continue reading

Client Reviews: Mira Vista


Mira Vista, a skilled nursing facility in Mt. Vernon, Washington, wanted more than what their in-house rehabilitation therapy program was delivering. Challenges with inefficiency and low intensity had resulted in lower clinical outcomes and lower reimbursement for the facility. In 2001, Mira Vista teamed up with lnfinity Rehab and converted their in-house program while maintaining previous staff. Currently their skilled census has improved from 6 to 35 and their patients are receiving high quality and high intensity services. In addition, Mira Vista is enjoying an improved reputation in their community, as well as an improved financial position due to the … Continue reading

Working at Infinity

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Infinity Rehab is a company managed by therapists. We enjoy coming to work and being part of a team that knows how to have fun while making a difference. We provide excellent clinical support, strong team environments, and have a passion for caring for our residents and therapists. We value each other as therapists and reward longevity through our comprehensive benefits package. Are you or someone you know interested in joining our team? Our recruiters can assist you with opportunities in SNF, CCRC, outpatient, hospital, home health and schools. Come be a part of our Infinity family.

Foreign-trained Therapists

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Infinity Rehab does work with Foreign-Trained Physical and Occupational Therapists who are interested in working in the United States. U.S. Visas The United States issues several types of visas that allow foreign-trained therapist to work in this country. Infinity Rehab works with H-1B, E-3, TN and Immigrant Visa’s. The most common method we use is the H-1B employer sponsored temporary work visa for skilled trained foreign workers. The H-1B visa is initially good for three years and can be renewed when that time expires. Steps in the process Foreign-Trained Physical Therapists must have successfully passed the TOEFL iBT and gained … Continue reading

Client Reviews: Mary's Woods


Marie Rose Health Care Center, the health center of brand new CCRC Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst in Lake Oswego, Oregon, selected Infinity Rehab to assist them even prior to becoming Medicare certified in their skilled section. The practice at Mary’s Woods grew from a part-time program to a vibrant, full-service therapy practice that fosters health and wellness for the post-acute residents and the entire campus. Monthly “Health Seminar Series” educate and screen the residents in independent living, providing services where needed and adding value to their CCRC residency. “After examining several other options, we chose lnfinity Rehab because of their … Continue reading