Physical Therapy

If you or a loved one have suffered a stroke or fractured bone, had a knee or hip replaced, have a neurological condition such as Parkinson’s disease, or have a chronic illness that makes it hard for you to move from one place to another, your doctor may prescribe physical therapy. Brockton Visiting Nurse Association’s physical therapists can help you regain mobility by combining the latest technology and research with hands-on care to ensure that you or your loved one gets the treatment needed. Our goal is to help you improve your strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination so you can move in and out of bed or a chair, walk on level ground and navigate stairs or curbs, use a cane or walker safely and effectively, Improve your posture and balance, conserve your energy and limit strain on joints and muscles and learn about fall prevention and exercise programs.


Brockton Visiting Nurse Association’s therapists will visit you at home and design a program specific to your needs.  They will help you to develop the physical skills and the confidence necessary to regain independence. The therapists will educate you and your caregivers about the goals of physical therapy, and answer questions and explain the best ways to achieve these goals.


Whether you hope to prevent a fall from occurring or need help getting back on your feet after a stroke or injury, Brockton Visiting Nurse Association’s physical therapists will provide the right care for you.