Clint Lutterman outlines rehab work for Perry Lions Club

Clint Lutterman, right, director of 21st Century Rehab, was welcomed to the March 13 meeting of the Perry Lions Club by Lions Club President Roger Niemeyer, left, and Lions Club Treasurer Lou Hoger. Photo courtesy Perry Lions Club

The March 13 meeting of the Perry Lions Club featured a talk by Clint Lutterman, director of 21st Century Rehab, a clinic housed at the Dallas County Hospital.

Lutterman said his company that has six offices in central Iowa. The 22-year resident of Perry also did his training here when he was a student at Creighton University.

He spoke about the physical therapy services that are offered at the Dallas County Hospital, including physical therapy to assist with body movement, occupational therapy to help with the basic needs of living such as dressing and speech therapy to help with swallowing.

Physical therapy can help with jaw pain and pelvic pain, he said.

Lutterman also works with the Perry High School athletic department, which means he is at most of the athletic events in order to evaluate injuries that might occur during an event.

He said that patients can come to his office without a physician’s referral for an initial evaluation.

Ray Harden is the secretary of the Perry Lions Club.


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