McLean Outpatient Therapy in New Location on Campus

The McLean Outpatient Rehab Team celebrates the opening of their new clinic in the Wellness Center on the McLean campus, 75 Great Pond Rd., Simsbury.We are pleased to announce the Outpatient Rehab Clinic has moved to the McLean Healthy Living Wellness Center. Barbara Evans, MSPT, Outpatient Rehab Supervisor, reports “The Clinic is open and serving patients. Our clients have been telling us, and we have been listening….they asked for better access to the building and better parking.  The move also helps to facilitate a client’s transition from rehab treatment to use of the wellness program for continued healthy living.  This is a distinctive difference in our program versus stand-alone outpatient clinics.”

The relocation of the Outpatient Rehab Clinic is part of a strategic plan to expand The Robinson Assisted Living neighborhood in the McLean Health Center and our wish to listen to our customers, as Ms. Evans explained.

The McLean Outpatient Clinic offers teenagers and adults of all ages physical, occupational and speech therapy. Special programs include:

  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Comprehensive Joint Replacement Rehab
  • Arthritis and Osteoporosis Treatment
  • Stroke Recovery
  • COPD - McLean's unique Breathe Easy Program - respiratory care
  • Breast Cancer Recovery in Motion - a program designed for women who have had or who will have breast surgery
  • Vestibular/Balance Therapy - for people who have balance problems from inner ear disturbances
  • Living with Heart Failure
  • Golf Therapy
  • Low Vision Program for those with difficulty reading even with magnifiers and glasses due to Macular degeneration, glaucoma or diabetes
  • Driver Assessment & Rehabilitation Program

McLean was delighted to receive a letter from Carol Mathis as the clinic was moving. “We wish you a stress free move to your new location. I want to take this opportunity to compliment all of you on the care you give your patients and the atmosphere you create for them…It is obvious that you enjoy your work, and you enjoy each other. You connect with your patients in a personal way so that they know you really care about them and their progress. I am especially touched at how good you are with the elderly patients who are struggling with health issues. You treat them with dignity, respect and affection.”

For more information click here, or call 860-658-3745 to schedule an appointment.