Sports Rehab & Physical Therapy in Chelsea Piers
The care you need. The expertise you trust.
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We're here to help. If you have questions about our Sports Rehab services or need assistance, call 203.276.8592. We're located at 1 Blachley Road in Stamford.
Sports Rehab at Chelsea Piers Connecticut offers exceptional rehabilitative therapy for sports-related injuries and conditions. Conveniently located within the Chelsea Piers CT sports and recreational facility in Stamford, we are directly next door to the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) Stamford Outpatient Center and just a short distance from the Stamford Health Orthopedic & Spine Institute.
This truly unique and collaborative program is managed by HSS, the internationally recognized expert in orthopedic care. Bringing the latest protocols and best practices in rehabilitative medicine to Fairfield County, HSS program leadership will ensure patients receive the most advanced treatment practices for the best possible outcomes.
The Quality You Expect
This Sports Rehab program combines access to the exceptional resources of our new Chelsea Piers CT facility with renowned orthopedists from both HSS and Stamford Hospital. Our Sports Rehab clinicians have ongoing communication with expert specialists for the highest quality of patient-centered care.
Together, the four clinicians on our Sports Rehab team represent 65+ years of experience in the field of musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Our staff has a variety of manual and sports-related certifications, including Orthopedic Certified Specialist and Certified Hand Therapist, among others. We treat active individuals of all ages, including young athletes, competitive athletes and recreational athletes, and offer non-surgical, pre-operative and post-operative care.
The equipment at Sports Rehab includes a SwimEx physical therapy pool for quick recovery and performance enhancement, as well as an AlterG® anti-gravity treadmill. This unique device allows for early gait and mobility training in the acute phases of recovery, as well as speed work and performance training in the later phases of rehabilitation.