Rehabilitation Services

Helping you, and all our neighbors, reach their peak level of physical recovery following an illness, injury or surgery.

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Rehab Dynamics located at 975 Farmington Avenue, Bristol will reopen and return to its regular hours on Monday, August 24th.

Return to Healthy

Regaining your physical powers and returning to an active, comfortable life should be a positive and invigorating experience. Rehab Dynamics is accredited by the Joint Commission, Rehab Dynamics consists of staff skilled in diverse physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy all focused on getting you back to your best. Our staff continuously receives advanced training to supplement their professional skills.

A Wide Range of Rehabilitation

Rehab Dynamics offers many programs, including rehabilitation for injuries occurring on the job, in a motor vehicle accident or on the sports field, treatment for surgery patients, and education and treatment for persistent conditions. During your first visit, we will perform a thorough evaluation of your condition. We also work closely with your physician to develop a treatment plan specifically designed for you. Our team approach guarantees that you will receive coordinated, comprehensive care to enhance your recovery.

Short-term rehabilitation is proudly offered at Ingraham Manor - Bristol Health's highly-rated skilled nursing facility. When you’re ready to leave the hospital but need more care before you return home, Ingraham Manor offers the rehab you need to get back where you want to be - home and living your life.

More on Short-Term Rehabilitation

Multiple Services. Multiple Experts. Multiple Locations.

Our Joint Commission accredited services and facilities provide Greater Bristol the best in Physical, Occupational and Speech therapy in two convenient locations. Our accreditation ensures a level of competency and standards not found at all rehabilitation and sports medicine centers. 

Our team includes Orthopedic Clinical Specialists, Certified Hand Therapists, vestibular trained therapists, low vision therapists, lymphedema trained therapists, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue mobilization trained therapists, Mulligan and Kinesio taping trained therapists, and certified myofascial decompression therapists (cupping).

For more on rehabilitation services contact:

Rehab Dynamics - Medical Care Center:  860.582.9355
Rehab Dynamics - 975 Farmington Avenue: 860.589.3587
Rehab Dynamics - Wound Care Center: 860.585.3397
Ingraham Manor: 860.584.3400

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