Buffalo Therapy Services - Amherst
705 Maple Road, Williamsville, NY 14221
Maple West Plaza
Amherst, NY 14221
Buffalo Therapy Services
Buffalo Therapy Services provides complete physical, occupational and speech therapy, and work therapy/retraining.
Orthopedic - Musculoskeletal
Treatment of patients who have suffered injury to their muscles, bones or joints such as back/neck injury, sprains/strains of knee, ankle or shoulder. Also specializes in post-surgery rehab of total joint replacements, shoulder surgery, knee cartilage/ligament repair, as well as all sport-related injuries.
"Neuro Rehab" is the treatment of patients recovering from a neurological disease or injury, such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, MS, Guillain-Barre, Parkinsons, etc. Neuro rehab focuses on restoring the patient to their highest level of function through a team effort involving physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists, if indicated.
Speech Therapy/Voice and Swallowing Rehabilitation
Licensed speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat individuals with a variety of communication disorders. They specialize in improving speech, language, cognition and swallowing function resulting from problems associated with strokes, head injury and neurological disease processes including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and A.L.S. They are also experienced in the evaluation and treatment of a wide variety of voice problems, including hoarseness resulting from vocal nodules/polyps/cysts and vocal changes due to neurological conditions.
Vestibular Rehab involves the rehabilitation of patients with the following symptoms: loss of balance, dizziness or nausea due to either a problem with the inner ear or from a problem originating in the central nervous system. This very specialized therapy requires treatment by therapists who have received advanced training in this area.
Specially trained occupational therapy clinicians provide therapy to remediate visual deficits that affect a person’s performance in self-care, work and leisure activities. Such visual deficits may be the result of a neurological event or low vision secondary to age-related disease.
Rehabilitation professionals including Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Therapists can help with a wide variety of treatment related conditions and their symptoms including - pain, weakness, fatigue, shoulder problems, balance and gait problems, memory and concentration issues, swallowing and speech problems and lymphedema. Survivor Steps: Cancer Rehab and Recovery is a Kaleida Health program which provides you with coordinated cancer rehabilitation supported by a team of specialty certified STAR Clinicians. The STAR program is a nationally recognized cancer survivorship certification that is focused on improving the lives of cancer survivors.
Certified Lymphedema Therapists are trained to provide complete decongestive therapy – a non-invasive approach to treat lymphedema and related conditions. This specialized treatment consists of a combination of manual manipulation of the lymph through gentle rhythmic massage to stimulate return to the circulatory system, compression bandaging, exercises to promote fluid reduction, skin care and education. Treatments take from 45-60 minutes.