Sammy on his bike
Sammy began attending physical therapy at Northeast Rehab many years ago, most recently attending therapy at our Tewksbury clinic with Sarah Prime, DPT. Sammy enjoys coming to his therapies at Northeast Rehab and hugging all the girls as well as working on independent walking, standing, and bouncing on the physioball…
Pediatric patient and her therapist
Reese started coming to NRH when she was almost two and had yet to begin walking without help.   Rehabilitative therapy was recommended and Reese started her plan of care at Northeast Rehab. Crystal Yule, her physical therapist, clearly has a special fondness for Reese.  When asked to talk about…
Patient Stories
Watch how our therapists are making a world of difference in the lives of children like Jamilah!
Wendy getting her diploma
This is a day for celebration for Wendy who is ready to go home.  She has been away from home for three months while she was treated at a local acute care hospital and then transferred to Northeast Rehab for her rehabilitation needs. Wendy made amazing progress with us.  When…
Pediatric patient playing superhero
How do we keep therapy fun for our youngest patients?  We dress up!  Check out this hard-working little boy at our new Methuen clinic as he gets his physical therapy playing Superman while one of his therapists played Batman and they had an epic superhero battle! And what a great…
Patient Standing with Walker
We would like to share the following comment from Val Marier, one of our former patients at our Portsmouth facility.  Val also blogged about her experience at Northeast Rehab with her post called Back in Gear!  Good luck to you, Val, in your continued recovery. “I had the wonderful opportunity…
Daughters dancing in Mom's room
We love when our patients and families have fun during their stay! Thanks for sharing! #laughteristhebestmedicine
Oscar Pichardo Graduation
When Oscar arrived at Northeast Rehab after his stroke he did not have use of the left side of his body.  After much hard-work Oscar is going home and walked up the stairs to accept his “diploma” surrounded by his rehab team!  Oscar even gave an acceptance speech saying, “From…
The Harding triplets sitting outside
Looking at these bright, smiling faces you would never suspect the challenges that these adorable children have overcome. Madison, Cameron and Matthew were born at Tufts Medical Center in Boston at 25 weeks old. Needing special medical care, the children remained at the hospital for extended periods of time. Matthew…
Portsmouth Hospital
“On 17 March 2017 I arrived at your facility via ambulance from Wentworth Douglass Hospital. I had just had a bi-lateral knee replacement operation on the 15th and was very confused to say the least with all the pain meds I was on. After I was delivered to my room…
Jeff from Andover High
Andover High student shares his story about one of NRHN’s athletic trainers.  
Lena and her rehab staff
Lena came to Northeast Rehab on January 1st after surviving a traumatic brain injury resulting from a serious automobile accident in November of last year.  Her condition was further complicated when she had a stroke after the accident. As part of her recovery plan, Lena participated in several of the…
Mary-Gail and Larry
Larry and his wife Mary-Gail started their lives together 48 years ago and that journey has only strengthened their commitment to one another. They met when they were in junior high school and were married at the age 21. That same year Larry was involved in an automobile accident while…
Arleen accepts her diploma
Arleen’s number one goal when she came to Northeast Rehab was to walk on her own before she went home.  Well, look who walked up the stairs on her own to accept her “diploma” for a job well done!  Arleen’s rehab team (who she fondly refers to as her “drill…
Patient in outpatient gym
Northeast Rehab Plaistow Patient Rich Charette talks about his rehabilitation experience.
Patient with therapist
I suffered a stroke and came to Northeast Rehab in Nashua for therapy. The outstanding nursing and therapy staff have given me back my life. I arrived here paralyzed on one side of my body, unable to do anything for myself. I expect to walk out in a few weeks.…