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Rehabilitation Services

We are your road to recovery



Our team is committed to providing the island with comprehensive physical and occupational therapy services. Our licensed therapists provide hands-on, one-on-one physical and occupational therapy sessions for patients with a wide range of diagnoses. Among the program’s highly-trained employees are eight therapists with a cumulative total of 95 years of expertise in taping and bracing techniques, sport-specific rehab, manual techniques and therapeutic exercise. Our state-of-the-art facility in Bayberry Court allows us to provide exceptional care, enhanced privacy for our patients, and comfortable, spacious setting dedicated to healing and recovery. In addition to our facility at Bayberry Court, we also provide outpatient appointments in a new space at Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s main campus at 57 Prospect Street. Call us at 508-825-8191 – appointment wait times are typically within a few days.

Our physical and occupational therapy services include:

  • Sports medicine
  • Balance and vertigo rehabilitation
  • Ergonomic assessment
  • Hand therapy
  • Orthotic assessment
  • Pediatric rehabilitation, including pediatric occupational and speech therapy
  • Developmental rehabilitation
  • Speech therapy
  • Swing bed program for short term rehabilitation
  • TMJ – temporomandibular joint dysfunctions
Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

In addition to our year-round team, we welcome additional staff each summer to provide more appointments and availability.


Office Team:

  • Amanda Bidlack, Patient Services Manager
  • Peggy Kohan, Patient Services Supervisor
  • Karin Maclellan, Patient Services Coordinator
  • Kyan Samuels-Roberts, Patient Services Coordinator
  • Elizabeth Wendelken, Patient Services Coordinator


  • Phone

    Call us at (508) 825-8191

  • Address

    Rehabilitation Services
    6 Bayberry Court and 57 Prospect Street
    Nantucket, MA 02554
    Open Monday-Friday, 7a-7p

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Our Story

In 2014, the hospital's rehab department relocated to a new state-of-the-art facility just a short distance away from the hospital campus at 6 Bayberry Court. The relocation was made possible by the Hospital Thrift Shop, which donated nearly $300,000 toward this effort. The program’s highly-skilled therapists now provide exceptional care in private patient rooms and in an environment conducive to high-quality treatment. Since moving to the new space, the number of patient visits has grown significantly.

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