Committed to offering our patients direct access to a comprehensive continuum of care, the specialty-trained physical and occupational therapists in our therapy department provide a range of services to help you recover after injury, surgery, or illness.
Offering therapy treatment for all your orthopedic health needs, our therapy team will work closely with you and our other providers to develop your customized treatment plan. Our therapists accept outside referrals and are dedicated to using their exceptional skill and experience to help you reach all your rehabilitative and fitness goals.
Used typically as a nonsurgical treatment method, physical therapy (also known as physiotherapy or PT) involves hands-on techniques like manual therapy to actively treat patients with injuries or chronic pain related to medical conditions. You may need orthopedic physical therapy if a musculoskeletal condition is causing you pain or is limiting your movement.
Therapists trained in physical therapy are health professionals distinguished with a PT or DPT credential, depending on their level of education. The goal of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants is to make movement and activity easier, reduce pain, and restore function and strength. From a child athlete with a sprain to an adult with advanced arthritis recovering from a pelvic fracture, physical therapists help a broad range of patients feel better and return to their previous activities.
Our physical therapists specialize in orthopedic physical therapy and sports physical therapy, providing comprehensive therapy and rehabilitation services for any stage of the healing process. These services include conservative treatment, pre- and postoperative treatment, and spine care and management.
Your doctor may recommend physical therapy to treat an issue with your musculoskeletal health. Physical therapists may also help you recover after surgery. Our physical therapists offer therapy treatment for patients with a variety of needs and diagnoses, including:
Using the most advanced rehabilitation techniques and state-of-the-art modalities, including exercise, stretching, specialized splinting, core strengthening, dry needling, cupping, and weight lifting, our physical therapy specialists offer a diverse array of options to meet your orthopedic physical therapy needs. To learn more about our cupping and dry needling services, use the buttons below.
Dedicated to providing the specialized, personalized physical therapy you need when you need it, we offer expert services from our physical therapy team at two locations with extended, convenient hours.
245 Alvord Park Road
Torrington, CT 06790
Monday – Thursday:
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
281 North Main Street
Bristol, CT 06010
Monday & Wednesday:
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
A therapist specializing in occupational therapy has clinical experience focused on restoring functional strength for activities of daily living (or ADLs). An occupational therapist (or OT) uses their skills to help patients with various injuries, medical conditions, and disabilities learn self-care and gain greater independence. Orthopedic occupational therapy involves the evaluation of your functional strength, abilities, and areas in need of improvement, especially in the upper extremity.
Our occupational therapists understand that orthopedic conditions and injuries can limit your daily life. Committed to helping you or your child gain independence, our therapy experts use the latest methods and proven science to keep you moving. Our occupational therapists will also help modify any home or work environment and train patients and caregivers in the use of assistive devices, adaptive equipment, and orthotics.
Our occupational therapists offer services for a variety of bone, joint, and muscle needs, diagnoses, and disabilities, including:
Our occupational therapists evaluate and develop individualized and occupation-based care plans. These plans are always designed to address the specific needs and treatment goals of our patients. From rehabilitation to skill training and activity modification for everyday living, therapy treatment plans may include various modalities and forms of therapeutic exercise to enhance function and strength. The goal of our therapists is to return our patients to better physical and mental health with pain-free daily living.
Our state-of-the-art occupational therapy department works together to provide patients with individualized nonsurgical and postsurgical rehabilitation programs to help patients restore joint and muscular function, strength, and range of motion. Combining patient education with specific exercises and activities, our occupational therapists help patients increase mobility, enhance posture, improve motor skills, and correct body mechanics.
At Litchfield Hills Orthopedic Associates, our therapy team includes physical therapists (PTs and DPTs), physical therapist assistants (PTAs), registered occupational therapists (OTRs), and certified hand therapists (CHTs). With advanced education, training, and certification, our therapy health professionals are devoted to clinical excellence. They use evidence-based treatment plans and hands-on therapy programs to provide the highest level of care and help you improve your overall health and wellness.
Whether you're the parent of a child with an orthopedic injury or condition or you're seeking physical or occupational therapy in your own recovery, get the comprehensive therapeutic care you need at the region’s most preferred orthopedic practice. Our physical and occupational therapists at Litchfield Hills Orthopedic Associates also accept outside referrals.