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UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Johnson City
607-763-6033
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Binghamton
607-762-2100 
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Chenango Bridge
607-648-9292
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Endicott
607-757-2600
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Pennsylvania Avenue
607-762-2176
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Vestal
607-729-7000
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Norwich/CV Stratton Center for Therapies
607-337-4227
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Walton
607-865-2155

UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation serves inpatients and outpatients, providing physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and neuropsychology services, as well as lymphedema management.

At every inpatient and outpatient location, our staff works closely with all members of the patient’s health care team to develop and implement care plans that meet each individual’s treatment and recovery needs.

Physical Therapy

We provide individualized treatment services for all patients affected by personal or work injury, illness or disability. Our staff members evaluate each patient, developing treatment plans using techniques that promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.

Our physical therapy and rehabilitation services include, but are not limited to, the following:

Transitional Care Unit

The Transitional Care Unit (TCU) is a 20-bed, Medicare-certified, skilled nursing unit for patients who have progressed beyond hospital care, but who still require 24-hour supervision for a short period of time before returning home. The unit cares for patients who require IVs, tube feeding, daily injections and therapies, sterile dressing changes, nutritional assessments or skilled medical observation. 

Patients are admitted into the TCU following discharge from an acute care unit at a UHS hospital. TCU patients may be recovering from surgery, a recent acute disease process, or an illness or accident that required a hospital stay. For most patients, an extra week or two in the TCU is all they need before they can be discharged. Thus, the unit eases a patient’s transition from hospital to home. 

Our staff of rehabilitation specialists provides inpatient physical, occupational and speech-language pathology services for patients on the unit, which is located on the sixth floor of UHS Binghamton General Hospital on the Krembs side of the facility. Our unit staff consists of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified nursing assistants and administrative personnel. In addition, staff members from ancillary areas of the hospital (for example, laboratory, radiology, food and nutrition, respiratory services, social services, chaplaincy services) also assist patients and their families as appropriate.

To encourage independence with daily activities, the unit offers a home-like, comfortable setting that includes a:

  • Centralized nursing station 
  • Nutrition center 
  • Dining and activity area 
  • Cable television 
  • Private conference room for patients and families 

Visiting Hours
Visiting hours on the Transitional Care Unit are from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. every day.

To Learn More
For more information, to speak with an admissions coordinator or to tour the unit, please call 607.762.2652 or 607.762.2158.

Sandiford Rehabilitation Center

Patients experiencing a functional disability due to neurologic, surgical or medical diseases or injuries have convenient access to a highly integrated system of inpatient rehabilitative services through our Sandiford Rehabilitation Center at UHS Binghamton General Hospital. Within this acute rehabilitation facility, we deliver a contemporary, interdisciplinary inpatient program using a holistic care model where our professional staff works with each patient and members of the patient’s family to meet functional goals and maximize independence. 

During a typical stay at the Sandiford Rehabilitation Center, a patient is evaluated and treated by a team that includes a physiatrist, rehabilitation nurses, a clinical social worker, and physical and occupational therapists. Speech-language pathology, recreation therapy and neuropsychology services are also available if needed. Our individualized patient care approach is designed to help patients avoid medical complications, maximize functional abilities and make a smooth transition home. Most of our patients (85 percent) are discharged to a home setting, which compares favorably with regional (72 percent) and national (76 percent) averages (based on 2011 data).

Typical Patient Conditions

  • Stroke 
  • Neurological condition
  • Brain injury or dysfunction
  • Spinal cord dysfunction
  • Arthritis
  • Orthopedic condition
  • Cardiac condition
  • Amputation of limb 
  • Pain syndromes
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Burns
  • Total joint replacement
  • Pulmonary condition
  • Congenital deformities 
  • Major multiple trauma
  • Debility
  • Other disabling impairments

While the majority of our patients are adults or seniors, we also deliver care to school-age children (age 6 is the youngest accepted) through adolescents.

Length of stay at the center is based on each patient’s rehabilitation diagnosis and treatment plan.

The Sandiford Rehabilitation Center is Medicare certified and also works with many commercial insurance plans. For more information, to speak with an admissions coordinator or to tour the unit, please call 607-762-2652 or 607-762-2158

UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Norwich

UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital Center for Therapies
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital’s Center for Therapies offers outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language therapy in the newly renovated space in the back of the Eaton Center.  The CV Stratton Center can be accessed by Conkey Avenue.
We deliver high-quality care to patients with conditions such as:
  • Pre-operative and post-operative orthopedic concerns
  • Arthritis
  • Neurological disorders
  • Stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident or CVA
  • Sports injuries
  • Work-related injuries
  • Acute or chronic low back or neck pain
  • Joint sprains
  • Muscle strains
Our skilled staff uses a variety of techniques including:
  • Manual therapy
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Balance training
  • Massage
  • Gait training
  • Neuromuscular re-education
 
Our spacious therapy center features modern rehabilitation equipment and renovated space.
Questions
If you have any questions about the services available at UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Norwich, CV Stratton Center for Therapies, please contact our rehabilitation services manager at 607-337-4302
Location and Hours
UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Norwich
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital Center for Therapies
26 Conkey Avenue, Norwich, NY (access from the back of the Eaton Center parking lot)
607-337-4227
 
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Walton

UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Walton, located at UHS Delaware Valley Hospital, is well-equipped to treat inpatients and outpatients of all ages. All services require a physician prescription/order. 
Physical Therapy
A complete menu of physical therapy services is provided. The Physical Therapy Department, located in a new building on the main campus of the hospital, boasts a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment and a highly trained and experienced staff that including physical therapists, an occupational therapist, a speech-language pathologist and assistants. 
Services available include:
  • Mechanical traction
  • Ultrasound
  • Body mechanics
  • Prosthetic training
  • Therapeutic massage
  • Hot packs and paraffin dip for arthritis sufferers
The department also provides rehabilitation for:
  • Joint replacement
  • Stroke and surgical patients
Focus is also placed on building endurance and muscle strengthening through the use of:
  • Stationary bicycles
  • Treadmills
  • Free weights
  • Pulleys
  • Recumbent step machines
  • Iontophoresis, a system to deliver medications into the tissues without a needle 
  • Phonophoresis, a system that uses ultrasound to deliver deep heat through sound waves
  • Posture and gait training
  • Various balance training methods
Occupational Therapy
Our experienced occupational therapist works with people of all ages who — because of physical, developmental, social or cognitive problems — need specialized assistance to lead independent, productive and satisfying lives.
Occupational therapy services provided include:
  • Hand therapy
  • Ergonomic instruction
  • Joint protection technique
  • Home and work modification
  • Job simplification
  • Therapeutic activities
  • Time management
  • Energy conservation
  • Training in the use of assistive devices
Occupational therapy can play a key role in helping patients to regain their independence, reduce the impact of repetitive stress injury, prevent future disabilities due to chronic conditions and improve the quality of their lives.
People with the following concerns or conditions may benefit from occupational therapy:
  • Heart attack or stroke
  • Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ALS, or other debilitating chronic disease
  • Burns, spinal cord injuries or amputations
  • Broken bones, joint or nerve damage from sports, falls or accidents
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Hand or wrist surgery for tendon repair, traumatic amputation, muscle adhesions, fractures or nerve damage
  • Work related injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome
Speech-Language Pathology
Our speech-language pathologist is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and licensed by the state of New York. Through referral from a physician, we provide services to a wide range of patients.
Our comprehensive program consists of individualized evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of the following:
  • Patients with feeding and swallowing difficulties
  • Speech and language disorders following a neurological event such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, ALS
  • Voice disorders due to vocal abuse/misuse or vocal pathology, such as vocal nodules
  • Post-laryngectomy voice restoration therapy including esophageal speech training, artificial larynx with electrolarynx training and tracheoesophageal prosthesis consultation and management
  • Fluency disorders/stuttering
  • Cognitive disorders such as impaired memory or problem solving following a stoke or traumatic brain injury
Contact Us
Please contact UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services Walton at 607.865.2155 for an appointment or more information about our physical, occupational or speech-language pathology services. The office is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Swing Bed Program
For patients who have recovered from an acute care hospital stay, but need additional recovery time before going home, our “Swing Bed Program” allows patients to remain in the hospital and receive physical, occupational, or speech-language therapy as they gain strength and stamina following a debilitating illness or injury. The program enables area residents to recover close to home, where it is easier for family members and friends to visit. Our rehabilitation specialists work closely with our patients as they re-learn or re-train their body to do simple, everyday tasks. For more information about the Swing Bed Program at UHS Delaware Valley Hospital, please call 607.865.2141.

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