Physical therapy is often used in hopes of avoiding surgery or to rehabilitate following surgery. New England Baptist Hospital offers both inpatient and outpatient physical therapy where caring professionals will help you regain function and get your life back. Our experienced and knowledgeable team specializes in delivering superior care that result in excellent outcomes that often exceed patient’s expectations.
Inpatient Physical Therapy
Our inpatient physical therapy service focuses on rehabilitating patients who are having inpatient surgery. Following surgery, it is important to get patients out of bed and moving as quickly as possible. Because NEBH is a specialty organization in treating musculoskeletal disease and conditions, our inpatient physical therapists are trained in the latest protocols to achieve the best results for each individual patient.
Our team examines, evaluates and treats patients with a wide range of impairments, functional limitations and disabilities. While orthopedics is our primary area of expertise, our physical therapists are also experienced in managing a variety of specialties that can help meet the special needs of some patients (e.g. cardiopulmonary, respiratory or neurologic dysfunction; lymphedema; wound care). Our staff includes board-certified clinical specialists in many of these areas.
Outpatient Physical Therapy
Our outpatient physical therapy centers have caring professionals who are top in their field. As a center of excellence for the treatment of orthopedic disease, NEBH offers a comprehensive, progressive and proactive approach to rehabilitation. Every patient, whether recovering from a surgery or rehabilitating an injury, receives personalized attention and a customized therapy plan that is sure to yield excellent results.
Some of the most frequently treated disorders include:
- Rotator cuff pathology/repair
- Post-surgical hip and knee arthroscopies and replacements
- ACL reconstruction
- Foot and ankle sprains, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis
- Spine pathologies (i.e., cervical or lumbar disc herniation, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, sprains and strains)
- Pre- and post-spinal surgery
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Knee sprains
- Patella-femoral pain
- Many other
NEBH offers patients personalized attention with generous therapist to patient ratios and multiple locations for our patient’s convenience. Most insurance plans are accepted.