OCPN Rehab was established in September 2003 with one goal in mind: to provide the best care available for patients in southeastern MA

The practice has grown from 3 therapists to 7 therapists since that time. Currently across the parking from the Orthopedic Care Center (in the Roche Bros Plaza) in Easton, MA, the clinic provides state-of-the-art facilities with private treatment rooms, 22 treatment beds, a hand rehab and splinting department, and Cybex® fitness equipment.

OCPN Rehab is an outpatient clinic with specialties in multiple areas of orthopedics. These include general orthopedics, pre- and post- operative care, hand therapy and splinting, bio-mechanical analysis and orthotic fabrication, gait/running analysis, injury prevention programs, etc. Our well-rounded staff is dedicated to patient care. Each patient is overseen by one therapist throughout their care to ensure continuity and patient comfort. Our support staff includes full and part time staff to help facilitate a smooth, efficiently running clinic.

OCPN Rehab is involved in supporting many of our local high schools and club sports. Whether it’s simply financial support, injury prevention programs, and post-injury rehab, our goal is to keep the local athletes in the game at the highest and safest level possible.
We are confident that we provide the most current, evidence-based treatment methods used in rehab today. Check out the rest of our site or simply call us at 781-573-1686 for more information. Start feeling better today!

About Physical Therapists (PTs) and Occupational Therapists (OTs)

Physical therapists (PTs) can help improve or restore the mobility you need to move forward with your life. PTs are primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, evaluation, diagnosis and physical intervention. If you are looking for a possible alternative to surgery and/or pain medication, to recover after surgery, or to simply take care of that nagging injury, consider a physical therapist.

Occupational therapists (OTs) help people of all ages to improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. They work with individuals who have conditions that are mentally, physically, developmentally, socially or emotionally disabling. They also help them to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills. Occupational therapists help clients not only to improve their basic motor and reasoning abilities, but also to compensate for permanent loss of function. OT also plays a major role in the rehabilitation and recovery of patients who have hand or upper extremity injuries. They play a significant role in liasing with Hand Surgeon/Orthopeadic Surgeon and patients employers or case managers in providing the best client centered rehabilitation program. Occupational Therapist treats conditions ranging from overuse to post-surgical conditions of the upper extremity. Treatment modalities such as orthoses/splints, soft braces and education are some of the common treatment tool that an occupational therapist will use during treatment. Hand Therapy is a specialized field of occupational therapy and it requires therapist to be highly skilled and knowledgeable in upper limb anatomy to be able to work in this area.

Intensive Education and Clinical Expertise

Physical / Occupational therapists apply research and proven techniques to help people get back in motion. They are trusted health care professionals with varying levels of academic degrees and extensive clinical experience who examine, diagnose, and then prevent or treat conditions that limit the body’s ability to move and function in daily life.

Easy Access to Professional Care

In most states, you can make an appointment with a physical therapist directly, without a physician’s referral. A physician referral, may however, be required for insurance coverage and payment.

The Optimal Combination of Treatments

Blending science with inspiration, your therapist will teach you how to prevent or manage a health condition and help motivate you during your treatment so you can function optimally. Your therapist will work with you to help you understand your body so you will achieve long-term health benefits.