20 Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035
Main Number: (508) 718-4040
Fax: (508) 718-4041
Monday-Thursday: 6 am - 7 pm
Friday: 6 am - 5 pm
Rehabilitation Services, composed of Brigham and Women's Hospital physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses, and athletic trainers, is committed to working closely with patients to return them to the highest level of activity possible after injury or illness. The Rehabilitation Service will develop collaborative programs with both external physicians and with those physicians who practice at the Center for areas of identified patient need. Our program includes:
After a comprehensive evaluation, our professional staff will design and implement an individualized program to allow patients to achieve the greatest level of function and fitness possible. We have state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, including a full weight training area, cardiovascular training equipment, computerized strength and balance testing equipment, a functional training area and therapeutic pool.
Executive Director, Department of Rehabilitation Services
Reg B. Wilcox III, PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Matthew Travers, PT, OCS
Kristina Dunlea, PT, DPT, NCS
To schedule an appointment or to learn more about our Rehabilitation Services program in Foxborough, please call 1-508-718-4040.
Below is meant to be a partial list of services offered or conditions treated by the Rehabilitation Services team at Brigham and Women’s Foxborough location. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 1-508-718-4040.
Individualized therapy provided to patients with various conditions including, but not limited to Brain injury, Concussion, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Stroke, and other neurological disorders. Therapy may include the following:
Individualized rehab for pulmonary conditions, as well as for cardiac conditions that do not qualify for cardiac rehabilitation.
Lymphedema is swelling that may occur in individuals that have been diagnosed cancer, have undergone surgeries related to removal of the tumor(s), removal of lymph nodes, radiation therapy, scar tissue, or infection, and less typically, lymphedema can be hereditary. Physical Therapy (PT) for the management of lymphedema involves a thorough initial evaluation and development of an individualized treatment plan. Treatment may include manual lymphatic drainage (MLD), compression bandaging, exercise and the recommendation of appropriate equipment such as compression stockings, and pneumatic pumps.
Including but not limited to:
Involves the evaluation and treatment of an extensive range of musculoskeletal conditions involving the extremities and the spine. Including but not limited to:
Back and Neck Conditions:
Pre- and Post-surgical Conditions:
Evaluation and treatment of a wide range of pediatric diagnoses in children ages birth to 18 years, including but not limited to:
The evaluation and treatment of individuals of all gender identities and sexual orientations, for both the adult and pediatric population, including but not limited to:
Including but not limited to:
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