The UConn Health Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic is located on the main Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut and offers rehabilitation services to students, faculty, staff, as well as the general public. Our clinicians provide outpatient rehabilitation services to the community utilizing evidence based treatments with a personalized focus, all delivered in a one-on-one environment. The UConn Health Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic provides rehabilitation for a variety of patient needs including:
- Orthopedic injuries
- Sports medicine Injuries
- Total joint replacement
- Neck and back pain
- Postural impairments
- Worker’s compensation injuries
- Cancer rehabilitation
Low Back NOW Program
Low Back NOW is an UConn Health public health initiative aimed at improving care for patients with acute low back pain (less than 14 days). The goals of the program is to:
- Reduce emergency department (ED) readmission for low back pain.
- Increase access to physical therapy services for patients with acute low back pain.
- Improve patient outcomes and enhance patient education.
- Facilitate referral if necessary to advanced spinal care physicians.
Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Class
Parkinson’s exercise class has been meeting at the UConn Health Nayden Clinic since 2012. The class consists of specific exercises to increase flexibility, balance, cardio-endurance, and functional mobility. Large-scale movements are performed throughout class, with a specific goal of reducing the hallmark signs of Parkinson’s disease. The class environment is very upbeat, and there is always time for questions or supportive discussions.