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Inpatient Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy helps to restore function, improves mobility, relieves pain, and prevents or limits physical disabilities following injury or disease. Treatment often includes exercises that focus on improving strength, balance, coordination and endurance. We provide education on the safe use of assistive devices such as walkers, canes, and crutches to provide stability with ambulation and mobility.


The Physical Therapy team:

Michelle Mattei, MS, PT

  • Clinical Supervisor Rehabilitation Services
  • University of Massachusetts, Lowell, graduated in 1998
  • Employed at Memorial Hospital since 9/2004

Patty Keane, PT

  • Northeastern University, graduated in 1980
  • Employed at Memorial Hospital since 10/2015

Cindy McGrath, PTA

  • PTA Massasoit Community College, graduated in 1998
  • Employed at Memorial Hospital since 6/2016

Sue Anderson, PT

  • Washington University, graduated in 1984
  • Employed at Memorial Hospital since 1/2020

Services we provide

Our inpatient physical therapy services can provide patients with the opportunity to gain strength and use their bodies for its intended purpose. Examples of our services include:

  • Evaluations and treatments for inpatients
  • Assistive device training for ambulatory surgery or ER patients
  • Pre-operative teaching classes for total joint candidates
  • Balance/Vestibular therapy

Phone: 603-356-4949 x 2135

Inpatient physical therapy is located in the main hospital building off the main lobby. It is a separate facility from our outpatient physical therapy practice which is located in a building just north of the main hospital building.