Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset offers an extensive range of therapeutic programs and services based on the most advanced treatment approaches and technologies in rehabilitative and sports medicine. Our physical therapy and sports training experts treat injuries of the musculoskeletal system, including sports-related injuries, arthritis, and post orthopedic surgery recovery.
The Sports Medicine program includes three main components:
• Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset Rehabilitation Services
• RWJ Sports Physical Therapy & Performance Center
• RWJ Sports Physical Therapy
The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset Rehabilitation Services
has helped thousands of inpatients and outpatients in the Central New Jersey region overcome their rehabilitation and physical challenges and resume the activities and enjoyment of their daily lives at home or in the workplace. RWJ Somerset offers a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to meet the diverse needs of patients recovering from a wide variety of injuries, illnesses and surgeries. Our integrated approach to rehabilitation sets us apart. We are built, staffed, and programmed for continuity of care and for utilizing every opportunity to improve quality of life for our patients and their families.
RWJ Sports Physical Therapy & Performance Center
is the leading provider of comprehensive sports-based programs in the Central New Jersey region to treat and prevent injury, aid recovery and enhance performance. The Center, located in a 10,000-square-foot facility in the TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, New Jersey, serves as the official healthcare provider for the Somerset Patriots minor league baseball team. This modern setting includes an athletic performance-training center and state-of-the-art cardiovascular exercise equipment, including treadmills, bikes, elliptical machines, rowing machines, recumbent bicycles and Stairmasters.
RWJ Sports Physical Therapy
, at three near by locations (in Flemington, Hillsborough, and Princeton) has raised the standard of physical therapy service for the local community through ongoing research, clinical education, and providing the latest treatment techniques to assist patients in achieving functional goals. As a part of the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Sports Medicine team, all three facilities have a long history of providing comprehensive rehabilitation services to area residents, as well as serving the United States' Olympic Men's and Women's Rowing Teams throughout the season and at national and international competition venues.
To accommodate individuals with busy schedules, we offer early morning and evening hours at all of our locations (and most major insurance plans are accepted). For more information about our services or to register for a program, call 1-855-SPRTS-MED (1-855-777-87633).