Allison Zipser,


Allison enjoys treating shoulder, arm and hand injuries to get people back to exercise and activity.


Allison Zipser graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2016 with her Bachelors of Health Science and Minor in Sociology. She continued on to receive her Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2017. In 2021 Allie became a Certified Hand Therapist after completing 4,000 hours of direct practice of the hand and upper extremity and passing her certification exam. She enjoys treating shoulder, arm and hand injuries to get people back to exercise and activity. When not working, Allie enjoys all things sports, fitness, and health, and became a certified Exos Fitness Specialist in 2020 to help others find this passion. Allie resides in South Eastern Connecticut with her husband.

Working with us

Our Process



At your first rehabilitation evaluation, your therapist will assess your movement quality, pain levels, and lifestyle needs  to get started on your orthopedic recovery.


Identify Goals

Depending on your unique lifestyle factors and movement needs, your therapist will help you break down the recovery journey into attainable milestones to reach your long-term movement goals.



Your therapist will customize your home exercise program, guide you through rehab exercises, administer pain-relieving therapies, and be your ultimate resource to track and support your progress.

our team of experts are here for you

Our Physical and Occupational therapists communicate with our Fellowship-Trained Surgeons and Orthopedic PAs daily to improve patient care and outcomes. This regular communication between our surgical and rehabilitation teams helps all our providers stay current with the latest research and best practices to optimize your recovery.

Our offices will be closed the remainder of the day.

We will re-open for normal hours Monday. If this is a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room.