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    Rehabilitation Services in Wilton


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    Business Listing   Nielson Gail V PT - Wilton, CT - Phone: (203) 762-5623


    Business Listing   Procare Physical Therapy - Wilton, CT - Phone: (203) 563-0610


    Business Listing   Sunrise Assisted Living of Wilton - Wilton, CT - Phone: (203) 761-8999


    Business Listing   Wilton Meadows - Wilton, CT - Phone: (203) 834-0199


    Business Listing   Wilton Physical Therapy - Wilton, CT - Phone: (203) 761-9710


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    Helpful Definition for: Rehabilitation Services


    Rehabilitation Services are rendered for the recovery of people from different conditions that involve the mental, physical and psychological health of an individual. Rehabilitation services in Wilton are mainly of two types, namely addiction-recovery and injury-recovery. Addiction recovery is done by giving rehabilitative services which help people to control their addiction that may involve chemical as well as physical aspects. Injury rehabilitation services mainly involve regaining physical strength with the help of physical therapies.

    The rehabilitation services are offered by many rehab clinics in Wilton. The patients who need these services are either required to stay in the rehab centers in Wilton, or can avail them by visiting these centers depending upon their condition.

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