Our location in the Old Town Medical Arts Building allows us to serve our patients and families with ample designated handicapped parking, and wheelchair accessible elevator.
We are proud of both the historical significance, and the environmentally responsible characteristics of our building.
History. 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 Occupational Therapy’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.
Wellness. Old Town Medical Arts Building owner's Dr. Carla Guggenhiem and David Hopkinson take personal responsibility for health and wellness seriously. Old Town Medical Arts is a “green” building meeting Gold Level LEED certification. Green features include trapping and reuse of storm water, heating and air conditioning with geothermal technology, efficient lighting, and insulation. Green materials used in the building’s floors, walls, and ceilings are designed to emit minimal or no toxins. River View Fitness equipment is sterilized with natural and biodegradable products. Being "green" is not just better for the environment - it's better for our health!
We are proud to serve the Capital City region from our location in Old Town.
O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services, PLLC
Old Town Medical Arts Building
1106 North Cedar Street
Lansing, MI 48906
Thursday July 26th
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
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 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.
Join us! Old Town Rehabilitation Collaborative’s Open House Thursday July 26, 2018 5:30pm-7:30pm with demonstrations, refreshments, and door prizes from Old Town merchants.
The Celtic Maze pattern symbolizes the journey of life and the path of experience, & learning. It symbolizes that there are twists, and turns, the challenges and obstacles in life, but that there are always open doors.