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It takes longer for foot injuries to heal because we never stop using our feet!

Don't jump into a new exercise program too quickly; always progress slowly and let your muscles, joints and bones adapt to the new stresses.

When sitting use a firm chair with a straight back, maintain an adequate lordosis (using a lumbar roll will help support your low back).

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Ridgefield Physical Therapy

66 Grove Street, Suite A
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877

Phone: 203.438.1898
Fax: 203.438.1864

E-mail: kbushbrown@ridgefieldphysicaltherapy.com

We are open: Monday–Friday: 7:00 am–8:00 pm
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From 95: Take 95 to Exit 15 (Norwalk/Rt. 7). Take Rt. 7 North (towards Danbury). Turn left onto Rt. 102 (into Ridgefield). Turn right onto Main St. Turn right onto Prospect Ridge (across from CVS). Turn left onto Grove St. Go through two stop signs. After second stop sign, turn right into our driveway, 66 Grove St.

From I-84: Going 84 East or West, take Exit 3 (Rt. 7/Norwalk). Take Rt. 7 South. At first stop sign turn right onto Rt. 35. Follow Rt. 35 for four lights. At fourth light turn left onto Grove St. We are at 66 Grove St. on the left.

From the Merritt (15): Take 15, get off at the exit for Rt. 7 North (towards Danbury). Turn left onto Rt. 102 (into Ridgefield). Turn right onto Main St. Turn right onto Prospect Ridge (across from CVS). Turn left onto Grove St. Go through two stop signs. After second stop sign, turn right into our driveway, 66 Grove St.