Short-term Rehab

Physical Therapy Gets Breath of Fresh Air at Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by supermaster

When physical therapy assistant MaryAnn Piamonte joined the staff of The Nathaniel Witherell back in May, she literally brought in a breath of fresh air. Piamonte, a Stamford resident who does triathlons and loves the outdoors, noticed that many of her short-term rehab patients enjoyed being outside on nice days. She took the initiative to…

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In Search of a Top-Notch Rehab Center? Look No Further Than The Nathaniel Witherell

Cardiac Rehab | 0 comments | by supermaster

Need to find a great rehab center to recuperate from surgery or an injury? Put the state-of-the-art Rehabilitation Center at The Nathaniel Witherell in Greenwich, CT on top of your list. It features person-centered care, a long list of comprehensive programs to suit your needs, top-notch therapy equipment, a professional and caring staff, and more….

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Rehab Success Story: Peter Sanders and The Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by supermaster

Stamford resident Peter Sanders has played sports for over six decades, and his sports injuries date nearly as far back. Sanders, 65, first injured his knees playing high school football. Then, as a young man right out of the army, he reinjured them on the basketball court. But that didn’t stop him. He turned to…

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Why Neurological Rehabilitation Is So Effective at The Nathaniel Witherell

Neurological Rehab | 0 comments | by supermaster

The nervous system, made up of the brain, spine, and nerves, coordinates our movements, thoughts, and sensations. It not only transmits the messages from our brains to our arms and legs so that we can move them, it also controls breathing, memory, and just about everything that keeps us interacting well with the rest of…

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Seven Tips to Prevent Falls

Healthy Living | 0 comments | by supermaster

Simply put, a fall can put you at risk of serious injury. As you get older, physical changes and certain health conditions, as well as some of the medications used to treat those conditions, make falls more likely. Falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults. Each year, one out of three adults, ages…

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