What is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy is the treatment of a physical impairment or disability by methods such as therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and modalities, rather than drugs or surgery, intended to reduce pain and improve or restore function and mobility.

A patient must be under the supervision of a physician, therefore a prescription is required before treatment can begin.  Since Barrington Rehabilitation is an independent, therapist-owned facility, we receive referrals from a wide variety of physician groups.

From athletic injuries to hip replacements, Barrington Rehabilitation’s staff of physical therapists has a combined 60 years of experience in the rehabilitation of a wide range of orthopedic injuries and conditions.  Barrington Rehabilitation and Sports Physical Therapy offers treatment for:

 The staff at Barrington Rehabilitation treats each patient on a one-on-one basis.  Several therapists are certified in the Graston Technique of Manual Therapy and/or the McKenzie Method of Back Therapy.

Barrington Rehabilitation offers pre-work screenings and also functional capacity evaluations, working hardening and work conditioning for patients receiving benefits under Worker Compensation.