Services

Rehabilitation Services

Information and Referrals
For information about Rehabilitation Services or referral from your physician call Rehabilitation Services, at 617-313-1143.

Second Floor, Brooks Wing
Hours: Monday/Wednesday: 7:00am – 7:30pm
Tuesday/Thursday: 7:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

For more information please see our brochure, "Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton Outpatient Rehabilitation Services" (Click Here to download brochure)

The BID-Milton Rehabilitation Services staff is committed to promoting functional independence using a hands-on approach to help expedite your recovery process. Our physical and occupational therapists are licensed, experienced and most importantly, dedicated to ensuring you reach your maximum potential. Our patients are involved in their treatment every step of the way, and we work collaboratively with referring physicians to develop the most effective care plan for each and every patient.

Comprehensive Services
Therapists provide a complete evaluation and develop individualized treatment plan to meet each patient's specific recovery needs and goals. We work with you to help relieve pain, improve strength, and regain your range of motion, coordination and balance. Our therapists care for you with compassion, respecting and supporting your desire to return to the activities in life that are important to you.

Specific Treatments
A care plan may be designed with one or all of our therapists depending on diagnosis for the following disorders:
• Musculoskeletal
• Pre-surgical instruction
• Post-surgical rehabilitation
• Gait disorders
• Hand/Upper body extremity disorders
• Balance disorders
• Sports Medicine
• Post CVA (stroke)
• Adhesive scarring
• Headaches

Special Services:
• Pre-placement physical ability screening
• Functional capacity evaluation
• Body mechanics & back school training

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