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Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Clinic – Bristol on West State

A Department of Bristol Regional Medical Center

About

Bristol Regional Outpatient Rehabilitation
1996 W. State St.
Bristol, TN 37620
(423) 844-6111
36.5945296
-82.2055171

Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Center in Bristol, Tenn.

About the center

Outside the hospital setting, Bristol Regional Medical Center’s outpatient rehabilitation facility on State Street provides patients with convenient access to:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy

…all in a single location, which minimizes the need for multiple appointments and extra travel.

Located next to Marsh Regional Blood Center, Bristol Regional Outpatient Rehabilitation is unique in the area, offering Bristol’s only pool dedicated to aquatic therapy and more than 10,000 square feet of space.

And our therapy staff members have an impressive range of expertise.

Hours

  • Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Outpatient rehabilitation services in Bristol

For surgical and non-surgical conditions, Bristol Regional offers exceptional outpatient rehabilitation services, including:

Aquatic therapy

Hand therapy

Lymphedema and post-cancer therapies

Neurologic rehabilitation

  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy

Orthopedic therapy and rehab after surgery

  • Total joint replacement, including knee and hip
  • Rotator cuff repairs
  • Neck and back pain
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • ACL reconstruction
  • Ankle and foot injuries
  • Joint sprains and strains
  • Fall and balance disorders

Pediatric therapy

  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy

Sports medicine therapy and conditioning
 

Getting started

Talk to your doctor

Beginning outpatient rehabilitation or other therapies in Bristol can be as simple as discussing with your physician any conditions you have that may be causing pain or restricting your activities.

Your physician may then provide a referral for the appropriate therapy, after which you or your physician’s office may contact Bristol Regional rehabilitation services to schedule an appointment.

Your first appointment

Please plan to arrive no later than 15 minutes before their first scheduled appointment to complete the necessary paperwork

You should bring your physician order for therapy, as well as your insurance card and photo identification.

All patients younger than 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for their first visit.

What to wear

Patients are encouraged to wear loose, comfortable clothing that won’t restrict movement.

What to expect

You’ll review and discuss your medical history with a therapist who will assist in designing a specialized treatment program.

You can expect to begin treatment on the same day as your initial visit and evaluation.

Contact us

Call Bristol Regional Outpatient Rehabilitation at (423) 844-6111.

Ballad Health has outpatient rehabilitation locations across the Tri-Cities region. Find another rehabilitation center near you.

 

What's New

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization

With novel coronavirus (COVID-19) hospitalizations at record levels, Ballad Health is providing feedback to the communities it serves, intended to optimize healthcare resources for those who need it most. ... read more about Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19

An increase in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Appalachian Highlands has prompted Ballad Health to postpone all elective and non-emergent surgeries, including already-scheduled procedures. ... read more about Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19.

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children

Ballad Health unequivocally supports taking all appropriate measures to keep children in schools for in-person learning. We believe taking the steps recommended by medical boards and the CDC are most likely to enhance the opportunity to keep children in school. ... read more about Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children.

Patients & Visitors

What's New

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization

With novel coronavirus (COVID-19) hospitalizations at record levels, Ballad Health is providing feedback to the communities it serves, intended to optimize healthcare resources for those who need it most. ... read more about Ballad Health issues statement on emergency department utilization.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19

An increase in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Appalachian Highlands has prompted Ballad Health to postpone all elective and non-emergent surgeries, including already-scheduled procedures. ... read more about Increase in regional COVID-19 cases leads Ballad Health to delay all elective surgical procedures, limit visitation to patients with COVID-19.

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children

Ballad Health unequivocally supports taking all appropriate measures to keep children in schools for in-person learning. We believe taking the steps recommended by medical boards and the CDC are most likely to enhance the opportunity to keep children in school. ... read more about Statement in support of in-person learning and protection measures for children.