Individualized care for every patient
Your partner in musculoskeletal health

Exeter Hospital's Rehabilitation Team of experienced physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, athletic trainers, and assistants are dedicated to offering customized evidence based care.  We are committed to a team approach of care in which the patient's goals and needs are considered at every step.

To schedule an appointment please call 603-580-6548.

 

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Our Massage Therapy is not only an excellent way to release tension and relax, it has several positive medical benefits to your musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, circulatory and respiratory systems.

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We provide a full scope of therapy services for diagnosis including, but not limited to; fractures, tendon injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, arthritis, tendonitis, soft tissue injury and wound care and Dupytrens disease.

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The Oncology Rehabilitation Team at Exeter Hospital has specialists trained in the treatment of cancer related physical impairments.

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Orthopedic and sports focused outpatient rehabilitation is provided at all of our 8 outpatient locations. We offer expertise and focus on the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases, post-operative care, spine care and sports injuries.

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 Pediatric Rehabilitation is ready, safe and open for patients!

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Urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control) is not normal at any age and should not be left untreated. The American Urology Association recommends conservative treatment such as the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor muscle, before considering medication or surgery.

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With eight convenient locations, Exeter Hospital rehabilitation offers comprehensive physical and occupational therapy for all orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions.

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Speech Therapists assess and treat communication and language deficits.

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