Rehab Resources provides a range of therapy services in Central New York. Settings include Acute Care, Long Term Care/Short Term Rehab, Outpatient Clinics, School Systems, Developmentally Disabled Adults, and Pediatrics including Early Intervention & Preschool. We employ Physical Therapists (PT), Licensed Physical Therapy Assistants (PTA), Occupational Therapists (OT), Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA), Speech Therapists (ST) and Speech Language Pathologists (SLP).
After being hired for one setting, employees can choose to move to a different setting or location without changing jobs. Some therapists prefer to work in one setting and location for several years, while others prefer to work in different settings and locations. Rehab Resources will work to accommodate each therapist's preferences.
Yes! Rehab Resources offers a comprehensive, flexible benefits package to meet your individual needs. Competitive pay and an excellent compensation package make Rehab Resources the employer of choice in Central New York. We can provide everything from medical, dental, and life insurance, to 401(k) retirement and malpractice insurance. We even offer a childcare and gym membership discount! Click here for more information
Our corporate office is in Oswego, New York (near Syracuse)
Our therapists provide services throughout Central New York Central New York is less than 5 hours from New York City and 3 hours from Niagara Falls and Canada.
Feel free to contact Rehab Resources at 800-342-9575 or by email email@example.com.
A Physical therapist (PT) is a health care provider that identifies, corrects and alleviates an acute or prolonged musculoskeletal or neurological dysfunction. Physical therapists design an individualized program for each patient following an evaluation. A physical therapy program includes a variety of exercises, functional activities, and treatment modalities to achieve strength, flexibility, and independence. A specially designed home exercise program, along with education in self-care, is also provided. Click here to visit the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) website and learn more.
An Occupational therapist (OT) focuses on the assessment and treatment of conditions that affect an individual's ability to perform daily life tasks. These include self-care activities, cooking, homemaking and job-related activities. Therapists design a treatment plan and assist patients with a variety of functional activities to improve upper extremity function, visual skills, cognitive thinking skills, and general coordination skills. In addition, the need for adaptive equipment to improve function and increase independence is assessed. The ultimate goal of occupational therapy is to enable a person to perform with the highest degree of independence possible. Click here to visit the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) website and learn more.
A Speech Therapist (ST) will diagnose and treat a variety of speech, voice, and language disorders. Speech therapists set up a program of speech exercises to reduce the disability or disorder. Tremendous attention to detail and sharp focus are necessary in the evaluation of the patient's progress. Therapists also work with families on treatment techniques to use at home and on how to modify behavior that impedes communication. Click here to visit the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) website and learn more.