WELCOME TO MARY ANN MORSE OUTPATIENT REHAB
Whether you are recovering from surgery, joint replacement, neurological disorder, injury, or illness, our goal is to restore you to the highest levels of health, functioning, and independence possible. Our experienced clinicians work with every patient to provide an individualized plan of treatment and therapy designed to maximize health and quality of life.
Non-profit Mary Ann Morse Outpatient Rehabilitation is well-known throughout MetroWest for its exceptional quality, state of the art rehab facilities and services. Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center has a 5-Star Overall rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (their highest possible rating) and is accredited by The Joint Commission.
Outpatient Rehabilitation at Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Center offers a broad range of services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Please call the number below or complete the form to learn more. We look forward to helping you achieve the highest levels of health, functioning, and independence possible on your road to recovery.
Mary Ann Morse Outpatient Rehabilitation accepts Medicare, Tufts Health Plan, and private pay.
Now Offering LSVT BIG® Treatment
Our LSVT BIG Therapy® trained and licensed clinicians now offer the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment® physical therapy program, designed to help individuals with Parkinson’s disease and other similar conditions improve skills such as walking and balance. Therapy can also help with daily living activities such as writing, dressing, standing, and job-related tasks. The program includes general conditioning exercises, functional training, and gait and balance therapy, and can be customized to individual needs and goals. With over 20 years of research, this unique treatment has shown documented improvements in faster walking and bigger steps, improved balance, and increased body rotation. Initially developed for Parkinson’s disease patients, LSVT BIG has expanded to treat body movement challenges faced by individuals with a range of neurological conditions.