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1398 SW 160th Ave, Suite 502

Weston, FL 33326 US

954-384-2925

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Weston Medical Rehab & Wellness
954-384-2925

Our mission at Weston Medical Rehab and Wellness is to provide our patients with the most comprehensive and effective treatment methods and interventions. Our staff of physical therapists, medical providers and chiropractors have treated thousands of patients with every type of musculoskeletal condition of both the spine and extremities. We treat neck and low back pain, shoulder, knee, hip and ankle conditions, headaches/vertigo, pain down the arms and legs/sciatica, and post surgical and stroke rehabilitation.The doctors and staff at Weston Medical Rehab & Wellness utilize the most advanced diagnostic equipment along with a hands-on detailed examination and history to help determine your diagnosis. We then educate you about your condition and provide you with specific, customized care. Our therapists employ exercises for core stability, strengthening, flexibility, and proper posture to help expedite recovery, prevent future exacerbations, and enable you to be as self-reliant as possible in caring for your body.You will spend approximately one hour with the doctor or therapist on your first visit, allowing ample time to explain your condtion in detail. You will never feel rushed and we never subject you to any unnecessary tests or procedures. We place emphasis on being on time and focus on patient care in a comfortable and professional environment.

The doctors and staff at Weston Medical Rehab & Wellness utilize the most advanced diagnostic equipment along with a hands-on detailed examination and history to help determine your diagnosis. We then educate you about your condition and provide you with specific, customized care. Our therapists employ exercises for core stability, strengthening, flexibility, and proper posture to help expedite recovery, prevent future exacerbations, and enable you to be as self-reliant as possible in caring for your body.

You will spend approximately 40 minutes with the doctor or therapist on your first visit, allowing ample time to explain your condtion in detail. You will never feel rushed and we never subject you to any unnecessary tests or procedures. We place emphasis on being on time and focus on patient care in a comfortable and professional environment.

Many doctors treat patients complaining of pain or health problems with treatment methods that essentially “mask” the symptoms without resolving the cause of those problems complained of. At Weston Medical Rehab & Wellness, we focus on treating the cause of our patients’ injury or condition, rather than simply alleviating their symptoms.

If you have any questions or would like to speak with one of our doctors or therapists, please feel free to call or email us at any time.


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Office Hours

Monday:

7am - 12pm

1pm - 5pm

Tuesday:

8am - 12pm

1pm - 6pm

Wednesday:

7am - 12pm

1pm - 5pm

Thursday:

8am - 12pm

1pm - 6pm

Friday:

7am - 1pm

Closed

Saturday:

8am - 12pm*

*Existing Patients Only

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Empathetic, friendly, courteous staff that really CARE about their patients rehabilitation and well being. Thank you for getting me back on my feet!"
    Joseph R. / Weston, FL

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