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Outpatient Rehabilitation Center -- Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Care

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Click here for map: 39141 Civic Center Drive, Suite 120
Fremont, CA 94538
Tel: 510.794.9672

Patients and staff discuss the extraordinary care provided by Washington Outpatient Rehab Center—Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Care.

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The Washington Outpatient Rehabilitation Center (WORC) is a spacious facility featuring the latest in physical therapy equipment. The goal of the Washington Outpatient Rehabilitation Center is to provide our patients with the most up-to-date therapeutic services and help the patient return to either their prior level of functioning or to increase their level of functioning. The center provides outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and outpatient occupational therapy. Click here for a list of conditions treated at WORC.

All of the services are provided by highly educated physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants and occupational therapy assistants. All of our therapists stay abreast of the latest techniques and technology in their respective fields by regularly attending continuing education courses. The therapists are supported by a friendly staff of aides and front office receptionists.

The large exercise area includes a recumbent and upright bicycle, an upper body exerciser, therapeutic exercise balls, and a variety of stretching, strengthening and stabilization equipment for the upper extremities, lower extremities, and core regions of the body.

Allow our facility to serve all of your outpatient physical therapy and outpatient occupational therapy needs.

Legacy Strength Training Program

Located within the Washington Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, the Legacy Strength Training Program trains people using an approach called "slow-motion" exercise. Click on the link above for more information.

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