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Welcome to the web site of Connecticut Orthopedic Rehabilitation Associates (CORA). Our practices are concerned with the prevention of disability and with the evaluation, maintenance, and improvement of the functions of the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems of traumatically injured individuals. Evaluation procedures may include tests of sensorimotor, circulatory, and neurodevelopmental status, as well as the assessment of muscle performance, joint motion, and levels of independent function.

Treatments at CORA are designed to assist the individual in achieving realistic goals consistent with his or her functional capacity by improving joint function, muscle strength, coordination, and endurance, developing motor skills, and relieving or managing pain. Physical therapy is implemented through preventive intervention, direct patient care, instruction of patients, families, and supportive personnel, and coordination and consultation with other health-care professionals.

We are here to serve you

CORA offers the unique advantage of personalized care. It is our goal to provide quality outpatient physical therapy that is cost-efficient and effective.

What is a Physical Therapist?

Physical Therapists, or P.T.s, are health care professionals who evaluate and treat people with health problems resulting from injury or disease.

History of Physical Therapy

With roots as far back as 3000 B.C., physical therapy came to the U.S. in the early 1900’s as a profession started and practiced largely by women.

Why use CORA?

Wide-Access – Provide services to as many populations as possible with as many ailments and financial circumstances as possible.