As 2023 comes to an end, Infinity Rehab is reflecting on our accomplishments as a company. Here are some highlights we are looking back on in our year in review.


Stacey Turner, Vice President of Operations, recently advocated for several healthcare and therapy issues on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. While attending the Advion Legislative and Regulatory Conference, she met with several senators to discuss important issues. It was the first time Infinity Rehab has met in person since 2019.


Infinity Rehab relaunched and rebranded its newest business division, Management by Infinity Rehab (MIR), in March 2023.

Initially introduced in April 2022, Management by Infinity Rehab gives healthcare providers flexible solutions. The program can help providers assess their readiness for rehab management options and determine the cost-benefit of making a change successful. In addition, customer programs are created explicitly based on the needs of their patients, residents, and facility circumstances.


The Symposium conference was held virtually on May 20, 2023. It provides therapists the opportunity to network and build their clinical skills, as well as earn continuing education credits.

Team members and clinicians at Infinity Rehab, as well as outside therapists, attend from different areas throughout the United States. During the one-day event, clinicians networked and learned by attending courses tailored specifically to them and their daily practice. This year’s event had a new shortened one-day format and featured both live and on-demand sessions. We welcomed keynote speaker Christopher Ridenhour.


We took time to honor our amazing clinicians! Fellow teammates nominated heroes for Occupational Therapy Month in April, Better Hearing and Speech Month in May, and Physical Therapy Month in October. Congrats to all the nominees.


The 2023 edition of the annual quality report is a summary of 2022 data, including the number of employees, states, locations, patient visits, lives enhanced, awards, President’s message, quality and growth updates, and employee stories of milestones and accomplishments.

Infinity Rehab enhanced 43.3K lives during 2022 with a team of 1.3K employees across 243 locations in 18 states. Of those locations, 17 were new contracts.


Infinity Rehab announced a new partnership with Alinea, a platform for therapists to facilitate productive, profitable, person-centered care and elevate engagement with patient and resident families. Infinity Rehab is arming its outpatient teams with a tool to reduce burnout and make their day-to-day work schedules a little easier.


Mike Billings, co-founder of Infinity Rehab, assumed the role of President of the company in September 2023. He previously served as President for about a decade and more recently held the Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer role before resuming his role as President.

Derek Fenwick was promoted to a new position with Infinity Rehab: Vice President of People and Culture. With the company since 2010, he previously directed rehab operations in two different Oregon regions for Infinity Rehab and served as the director of professional development, followed most recently by his role as senior director of human resources.

Read the full update here.


Patty Scheets, VP of Quality and Compliance, shared a message of gratitude for employee efforts to uphold the highest standards of ethics, integrity, and regulatory compliance. Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week, overseen by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, was recognized November 5-11, 2023.


The American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) granted Kim London PT, DPT, GCS, with Infinity Rehab, the honor of being an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Geriatric Certified Specialist (GCS). Geriatric care encompasses a wide range of medical issues such as fall prevention, polypharmacy, neurological diagnoses like MS/Parkinson’s disease or strokes, dementia, osteoporosis, heart/respiratory failure, wound care, lymphedema management, cancer, and orthopedic injuries.

Luc Leech, Occupational Therapist (OT) and Director of Rehab (DOR) with Infinity Rehab in Idaho was recently honored with the Becki Stephens Award of Excellence in Occupational Therapy from the Idaho Occupational Therapy Association (IOTA). The award goes to an occupational therapy practitioner who demonstrates the passion, dedication, creativity, compassion, and ethical character that makes this practitioner a valued team member, role model to their peers, and a respected provider to the people and families they serve.

Mike Billings, President and Co-Founder of Infinity Rehab, was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Duke University School of Medicine Doctor of Physical Therapy program and the Duke Physical Therapy Alumni Association. The Distinguished Alumni Award is given to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, achievement, and service in advancing healthcare through the physical therapist profession. Read the press release here.

The year 2023 has been fulfilling and we can’t wait for 2024 when we celebrate our 25th anniversary.

Happy holidays and happy new year!

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