What does OBO mean?
Occupational and Biomedical Outcomes
OBO is a programs for rehabilitation from spinal injuries. Trained staff focus on occupational and biomedical outcomes – to get students back to school, work, their home life, or just getting around as independently as possible. OBO serves individuals of any age with neuromuscular impairments (SCI is not required), in the greater metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul; rural Minnesota; Iowa; North Dakota; and northwest Wisconsin. Programs offered include assessment services, passive trunk stabilization training program at no cost to families with children ages 5-18 who are medically fragile or have an incomplete spinal cord injury (TAPSA).