Senior Rehabilitation in Mystic, Connecticut

Helping you get back to the life you love.


StoneRidge offers short-term senior rehabilitation services on-site at Avalon Health Center. Our highly trained staff and intimate setting are just what the doctor ordered for a speedy recovery.

Our therapy team will work with you to develop an individualized plan to help you recover from illness or surgery such as hip, knee or other joint replacement procedures. A high staff-to-resident ratio ensures you’ll get the attention you deserve from people who treat you like family. Our goal is to get you back to your prior activity level as quickly as possible. To learn more, download our Short Term Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing brochure.

Once you’ve completed your inpatient therapy, you can continue your senior rehab program as an outpatient. We’re open 7 days a week.

Our services and amenities include

  • Private suites available (Wi-Fi and cable included)
  • 24/7 nursing care and supervision
  • Physical, speech, occupational and aquatic therapies
  • Chef-prepared meals including therapeutic-dietary programs
  • Social, cultural, recreational and spiritual activities
  • Access to on-site amenities at StoneRidge Active Retirement Living Community

To learn more about senior rehabilitation in Mystic, CT at StoneRidge, fill out our Contact form.

Hear from Mike Fitts about why he chose Avalon Health Center for Outpatient Rehabilitation:

Short-Term Rehabilitation Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we accept older adults who are nonresidents of StoneRidge for senior rehab at Avalon Health Center.

At StoneRidge, our physical therapy program concentrates on building strength, improving balance, and increasing range of motion and endurance. It can help reduce pain, restore mobility and shorten recovery time after orthopedic surgery.

Occupational therapy helps people do specific daily activities that have become difficult because of a disorder or injury. For example, occupational therapists help people develop their motor skills to make activities such as eating or dressing easier. They may also use adaptive techniques to help people compensate for impairments so they can accomplish tasks in new ways.

Our speech therapy program helps people articulate words, understand what they hear or read, ease difficulties with swallowing and restore memory. Speech therapy is helpful for people who’ve had a stroke, head injury or who suffer from a nervous system disorder, such as ALS or multiple sclerosis.

Aquatic therapy is similar to physical therapy only it takes place in a pool. The buoyancy provided by the water supports your weight and reduces stress on the joints when exercising. At StoneRidge, aquatic therapy builds strength, endurance and range of motion in a warm, relaxing saltwater pool.