Orthopedic Rehab

The Witherell Adds New Physiatrist Service to Enhance Recovery and Well-Being

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

A “physiatrist” is a physician not be confused with a “psychiatrist” or a “physicist.” A physiatrist is a doctor who helps patients recover faster from an injury or surgery by maximizing their physical and psychological potential. They use a variety of techniques to help minimize pain that can include exercise, injections, medication, prosthetics, physical therapy…

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The Witherell Gets an Update: Historic Charm With Modern Amenities

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Nathaniel Witherell holds a cherished spot in Greenwich history. But history aside, delivering the utmost comfort to our residents is our top priority. So, we recently undertook a substantial renovation project to further enhance our historic property with modern updates. The result will be a campus…

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Aging in Place: How to be Safe & Healthy at Home

Cardiac Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Home is where the heart is. That’s why it’s no surprise that some seniors are choosing to age in the place where they raised kids, doted on grandchildren, and enjoyed some of the best memories of their lives. But aging in place can create challenges, especially when it comes to doing routine tasks like cooking,…

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New! ‘Witherell at Home’ Offers At-Home Care for Our Short-Term Residents

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Now at The Nathaniel Witherell we’re pleased to offer a new service to support the Greenwich seniors we serve—Witherell At Home, which is in-home care for our newly discharged short-term rehabilitation residents. The new service comes through a partnership with DanielCare Caring Choice, LLC, a leading home care organization serving the Fairfield County community. “We…

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The Journey to Recovery Starts at Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Sustaining a fracture is painful and recovery is often a long road. When you’re 93 years old, that journey can be even more difficult. But, Ann Selden, who was an avid golfer at 93 years of age when she fractured her femur while golfing last July, wanted to get back in the swing. She got…

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