Salem Physical Therapy Clinic

Salem, NH – Stiles Rd.

29 Stiles Road,
Salem, New Hampshire 03079

(603) 893-2889

Open Early Mornings
Open Evenings

Closed Weekends

Location Details

We offer outpatient rehab services near downtown Salem, NH.  Our specialized services include programs for adults needing treatment for orthopedic and neurological conditions. Highly trained physical, occupational and speech therapists work closely with the patient, their family and physician to provide a customized plan of care to maximize strength, endurance, mobility, communication, memory and functional abilities.

Patients will benefit from our expansive facility, equipped with a therapy pool and large outpatient gym. At Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network, we provide outpatient therapy services to individuals impacted by a loss of function. As part of our continuum of rehabilitative care, we  offer outpatient programs at many convenient locations in Southern New Hampshire, the Seacoast, and the Merrimack Valley.

Conveniently located near I-93 and 495

Sports Medicine

Our vision is to provide the community with direct access to the treatment and prevention of athletic injuries affecting all athletic abilities. We believe that it is not only important that an athlete understands his or her injury but learns how to prevent re-injury and returns to their sport as quickly and safely as possible.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy addresses illnesses or injuries that limit your ability to move and function in your daily life. Our physical therapists use an individual’s history and physical examination to arrive at a diagnosis and establish a management plan.

Physical therapy commonly includes specific exercises, manual therapy and manipulation. As well as:

  • Mechanical devices such as traction
  • Education
  • Physical agents (heat, cold, electricity, sound waves, radiation, rays)
  • Prescription of assistive devices
  • Prostheses
  • Orthoses
  • Other interventions

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help people of all ages (from newborns to older adults) who have an illness or disability to do things that are important and meaningful to them. They help people by making changes in any of the things that may limit an individual’s ability to do those tasks, including the environment, the task or the person’s skills needed for the task.

 

 

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