O'Connor OT announces Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative 

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC is proud to announce program growth, expanded treatment space and new partnership as Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative with Chris Sovey, DPT, BSN, RN, Healthy Consumer Physical Therapy.
Old Town Medical Arts Building is housed in the former Cedar Street School built in 1916. We are on the site of Lansing’s first school built in 1847!  
O’Connor OT’s strong emphasis on patient and family education fits perfectly in a building that educated generations of Lansing students, and has been carefully rehabilitated and re-purposed for medical, health, and wellness practices. 
Dr. Sovey’s background in nursing and practice in pain management, dynamic neuromuscular stabilization, and his commitment to quality rehabilitation are all reasons I am excited about the potential to collaborate for those we serve at O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services PLLC!
Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative’s shared space serves patients and families with ample designated handicapped parking, wheelchair accessible elevator, and patient access to fully accessible studio clinic. 
For more information on Chris Sovey, DPT, BSN, RN, and his practice Healthy Consumer Physical Therapy please visit http://healthyconsumerpt.com/



I am humbled by the support and participation in our recent Open House and Ribbon Cutting. 


Thank you for your generosity of time for attending to celebrate with us.

Thank you to the Old Town merchants* for generous contributions of amazing door prizes.


Thank you Dr. David Grimshaw for the introduction of Chris Sovey. Thank you David for recognizing that Chris Sovey and I may be kindred and may be a good match share this space and to partner our practices.  I am grateful for this opportunity to partner to Chris – with mutual value for bringing clinical skill, to do what’s right for the patient, and attention to detail in the business-sense.  I am excited to partner with another passionate provider such as Chris.


I am humbled and grateful for the support of our debut of Believe Gallery to honor the legacy of Nikki and Chris.  It belongs to you, the community.  You are welcome to here anytime. 


With much gratitude,

Slainte (to your health), 




*Please support our generous friends and neighbors in Old Town who donated fantastic door prizes to support the success of our open house!


Listed alphabetically. 




Absolute Gallery - Kathy Holcomb



Center of Healing Arts - Lena Maxson



Clear Minds of Michigan - Julie Haan



Cravings Popcorn - Chad Jordan



Cypress Home Care - Amanda McClain



Grace Boutique - Summer Schriner



Dr. David Grimshaw



Dr. Carla Gugenheim



Healthy Consumer PT - Chris Sovey



Lotus Life - Alexis Schneider



Michigan Muay Thai Academy – Dan Smith



Mother and Earth Baby Boutique - Lynn Ross



O'Connor OT Services - Michael O’Connor



Old Town General Store - Rhea Van Atta



Potent Portables Project - Lisa McMahon





Preuss Pets - Kirbay Preuss



Retail Therapy - Celeste Saltzman



Where the Wild Things Bloom - Britt Simmons



517-881-1302 michael@oconnorot.com

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