Physical Rehabilitation Services
UMass Memorial - Marlborough Hospital Physical Rehabilitation provides comprehensive physical, occupational and speech therapy to patients of all ages.
After a thorough evaluation of your medical condition and capabilities, a treatment plan is tailored to your individual needs and goals to help you regain strength, mobility and independence.
Physical rehabilitation services are offered at our state-of-the-art center located at 340 Maple Street in Marlborough and our brand new, 3,000 square foot facility located at 151 Main Street in Shrewsbury.
The Center for Sports & Physical Therapy offers an astroturf area for sports conditioning, before and after work hours, free parking and is handicapped accessible.
Conditions We Treat
After an injury or treatment, you may need physical therapy to regain full strength and function. Physical therapy can help aid in the recovery process when dealing with:
- Sports Injuries
- Rotator Cuff
- Strains/SprainsOrthopedic Trauma
- Repetitive Use and Overuse Injuries
- Joint Replacement Surgery Recovery
- Status Post Acute Injury
Services We Provide
- Graduated Exercises
- Sports Specific Regiments
- Surgical Recovery
- Therapeutic Massage
- Electrical Stimulation
- Golf Fitness Program
Physical Therapy at Marlborough Hospital
Licensed physical therapists and physical therapy assistants use a combination of:
- Graduated exercises
These therapies help to restore normal health and functions and can help prevent a disability from getting worse.
Occupational therapists use selected activities to help you reach your maximum level of function and independence in all aspects of daily life. Therapists also provide:
- Assessments of assistive devices
- Adaptations in the home
Speech therapists supervise the rehabilitation of patients who are unable to speak coherently due to congenital causes, accidents or illnesses, such as stroke. Our services include: Lee Silverman Voice Treatments for Parkinson's, language services after stroke, memory, swallowing disorders, dyslexia treatment, fluency, tongue thrust, articulation disorders and language development/expansion, among others.
To schedule an appointment, a physician referral is required.