Health care will be offered at Catholic Enrichment Center

Therapy at CEC

Katie Williams, a first-year student in the physical therapy doctoral program at Bellarmine University, treated Sister for Christian Communities Patsy Guyton at the Catholic Enrichment Center in this 2012 file photo. The CEC will again offer free physical therapy sessions by appointment. (Record File Photo by Jessica Able)

Record Staff Report
The Archdiocese of Louisville’s Office of Multicultural Ministry and its Catholic Enrichment Center will host several programs/events over the next few months.

The Catholic Enrichment Center, 3146 West Broadway, will again offer free physical therapy sessions in partnership with Bellarmine University’s doctor of physical therapy program. Some of the areas of treatment will include: arthritis or joint paint, muscle pain or weakness, dizziness, imbalance, Parkinson’s disease, problems with walking, orthopedic issues and women’s health issues.

Appointments are required. Days and times of the sessions are to be announced.

The CEC will also offer counseling sessions free of charge for individuals and groups in an effort “to provide people with the opportunity to sit, talk and explore their story in a non-judgmental, safe and approachable atmosphere,” a news release about the program said.

This program is a collaborative effort between the Louisville Seminary Counseling Training Center and the CEC.

For more information on either program or to schedule an appointment call OMM at 636-0296 or the CEC at 776-0262.

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