Oswego Health Rehabilitation Services 

(315) 349-5558
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy

Oswego Health Rehabilitation offers excellent physical, occupational and speech therapy at three convenient locations, all with free parking.

Our goal is to assist you in returning to your prior level of activity. We also work to eliminate any pain associated with your injury or surgery. Oswego Health Rehabilitation’s professional staff is committed to delivering effective care to each patient. Our staff uses a combination of traditional techniques and the latest technology to develop individualize programs that help our patients reach their goals.
Oswego Health Rehabilitation accepts most insurance plans. We offer early morning and evening appointments.  Our licensed therapists provide care in a comforting atmosphere, complete with relaxing music in the private treatment rooms, and upbeat music in the gym area. 

Visits can usually be scheduled within 48 hours. 
To schedule an appointment or for more information call:
(315) 349-5558.

Once you have a prescription from your doctor, call (315) 349-5558 to schedule an evaluation. Our friendly front desk staff will let you know what you need to bring. Most appointments can be seen the same day or within 48 hours. Your privacy and comfort are a priority. Remember to wear comfortable clothes and be prepared to complete a brief health history form.

At our initial evaluation, a trained therapist will determine your needs and develop a specialized treatment plan. Special tests will be performed to identify the basis for your movement problems. Our therapists have a solid knowledge of manual therapy and will make a clinical decision on what type of treatment will best meet your needs. Physical therapy requires active participation to decrease your pain and improve your movement.  Each appointment will last one hour. Your progress is tracked and measured by your therapist and you are updated on your functional improvement on a regular basis.

Office Locations:


Oswego Hospital Health Services Center
1st floor, Suite 140, 110 W. 6th St.
(315) 349-5558
Open: Monday through Friday, Saturday morning.
Early morning and evening appointments available.
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Fulton Medical Center
(315) 598-7500
Open: Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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Parish Health Services Center
10 Carlton Drive, Parish
Corner of Co. Rt. 69 & St. Rt. 81
(315) 625-4516
Open: Monday, Wednesday and Friday  
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Central Square
Central Square Medical Center
3045 East Ave, Central Square
(315) 668-5230
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Download form for your first visit here: Rehab Registration Information Form (click here)

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Services Offered
Frequently Asked Questions

Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy

Multiple Services include:
Balance and ambulation training
Fall prevention program
Flexibility and strengthening
Mobility skills
Movement control
Home exercise instruction
Evaluation and treatment of acute soft-tissue injury or sports medicine injuries
Manual therapy
Post-partum musculoskeletal assessment
Post-surgical rehabilitation
Pelvic floor strengthening/incontinence program
Pregnancy-related musculoskeletal assessment
Fitness program for chronic conditions
Vestibular rehabilitation
Neurological injuries
No fault Injuries and Worker’s Compensation
Athletic & Sports Injuries
Orthopedic Injuries & Total Joint Replacement Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What type of insurance is accepted?
A. Please call our office at (315) 349-5558 to find the most up-to-date insurance information. We will accept all local insurance plans. If we are not already an approved provider, we will apply to become a provider.

Q. I am on Medicare. What is the maximum that I am allowed to use?
A. Medicare has no cap on benefits when services are provided by a hospital-based physical therapy department, and the benefits are determined to be medically necessary.

Q. How long do patients usually need treatment?
A. Each patient is evaluated differently and a specialize treatment plan is designed for each individual. After your initial evaluation and at your first appointment, we can let you know what to expect. Treatments typically take one hour, and two to three sessions are held each week. Usually, a patient receives treatments for four to six weeks.

Q. Do I need a referral to come to Outpatient Physical Therapy?
A. Most insurance companies require a referral from a physician. We suggest you call your individual insurance company to verify your coverage, benefits and any applicable co-pay. Your co-pay is your responsibility, but we will work with you to manage your care within your means.

Q. Are the therapists trained and licensed?
A. Our therapists are graduates of accredited therapy programs and are licensed by New York State. Many of our staff hold Masters degrees in therapy, have many years of experience in orthopedic physical therapy, and hold certifications in treatment of the spine and specialties in strength and conditioning. Our therapists actively pursue continuing education opportunities in a wide range of areas including spinal disorders, shoulder and knee injuries, sports medicine injuries and total joint replacements.  

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Download form for your first visit “OH rehab registration information form

Physical therapy is a specialty service that evaluates and treats muscle and joint problems of the spine and extremities. Our physical therapists work to restore normal mobility, strength, and function with your individual goals in mind. Treatment may include patient education, therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, and pain relief modalities, such as heat, ice, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound.

What Problems Are Appropriate For Physical Therapy Treatment?
Our Physical Therapists address all of these plus more:
•    Muscle and joint pain
•    Pre & post surgery treatment
•    Headaches and neck pain
•    Spinal problems
•    Work and sport injuries
•    Gait/Balance problems
•    Arthritis
•    Fractures
•    Ligament injuries
•    Peripheral nerve injuries
•    Tendonitis

How Do Physical Therapists Help?
•    Use of specific exercise and pain relief modalities.
•    Instruction in home programs.
•    Instruction in posture awareness and body mechanics and ergonomics.
•    Instruction in self-help and injury prevention programs.

To schedule an appointment or for more information call: (315) 349-5558.
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What is an Occupational Therapist?
Occupational Therapists are licensed rehabilitation care professionals who work to restore or improve physical abilities, promote behavioral changes, adapt surroundings, and teach new skills. The goal is to have the individual achieve his or her best physical and/or mental functioning in daily life tasks. Our occupational therapists provide these services on the referral or prescription from a physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner.

What Can You Expect to Happen During a Session With Our Occupational Therapists?
If your evaluation indicates that occupational therapy is needed, our occupational therapists will design a program of activities to improve:
•    Hand/Arm Function
•    Strength and Endurance
•    Balance and Coordination
•    Mobility
•    Work Modification
•    Judgment and Problem-Solving Abilities in Daily Life
•    Self Care Skills

Hand Therapy Services:
•    Static and Dynamic Splints
•    Therapeutic modalities
•    Pain/Edema/Scar management
•    Therapeutic exercise and activities
•    A.D.L. and adaptive equipment training
•    Dexterity and fine motor training
•    Massage and joint mobilizations

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Speech Therapy specializes in the evaluation and treatment of:

Including expressive and receptive language skills, speech intelligibility, dysfluency (stuttering), and oral motor functions.

Vocal Quality

Treatment of patients with voice disorders due to physiologic impairment resulting in hoarse/breathy vocal quality.

Feeding and swallowing impairment characterized by difficulty swallowing. Dysphagia may lead to an inability to maintain adequate nutrition and/or hydration as well as the risk of aspiration. Patients are generally evaluated by the Speech Pathologist in our office. When indicated, patients may also be evaluated in Radiology via Modified Barium Swallow Study.

Cognitive Linguistic Skills
Attention and concentration, memory, safety awareness, and problem solving skills.

To schedule an appointment or for more information call:
(315) 349-5558. 
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