Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Known for its high level of expertise, personal attention and quality of care, Greenwich Hospital’s Physical Medicine Department offers integrated care from a variety of specialties, dedicated to the recovery of the whole person. Our Team consists of physiatrists, exercise physiologists, occupational and physical therapists as well as speech language pathologists who care for patients with a wide array of medical conditions resulting from injury, disease and surgery.
Our therapists work with patients and families—in and out of the hospital—to deliver the most clinically effective rehabilitation services. We offer three convenient outpatient locations at West Putnam Medical Center in Greenwich, Long Ridge Medical Center in Stamford and West Main Campus in Stamford.
Physical medicine services are provided in all patient care areas. Occupational and physical therapists as well as speech language pathologists evaluate and treat patients based on their individual needs and goals. Therapists collaborate with the patient, family and caregivers to determine the appropriate plan of care. Our team works closely with multiple disciplines to maximize the patient's functional recovery.
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The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at Greenwich Hospital offers specialized treatment at three convenient outpatient locations in the Greenwich / Stamford area. Our team of highly skilled professionals will complete a thorough evaluation and will develop an individualized treatment plan to address your challenges. Our treatments are one-on-one with a licensed professional and often include a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and modalities.
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Center for Healthy Living
The Richard R. Pivirotto Center for Healthy Living at 500 West Putnam Avenue focuses on rehabilitation, prevention and wellness for patients with cardiovascular, pulmonary, peripheral vascular disease and other chronic diseases. Programs are designed to assist patients to improve their physical fitness and overall health.
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