Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic Serving Western New Yorkers 18 and Older
The Russell J. Salvatore Outpatient Therapy Clinic is located on the 5-star Brothers of Mercy Wellness Campus, next to the Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.
Open to individuals 18 years and older in the Western New York area, we specialize in geriatrics, sports injuries, neuro disorders and MORE!
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What makes us Different?
One of WNY’s only clinics optimizing your healing process with these factors:
- 3 types of specialized therapies: One convenient location!
- One-On-One sessions provide you with individualized therapy
- Avoid the hospital, heal faster, and return to daily activities
Suffering from any of these conditions? We can help!
Chronic Pain | Nerve Damage | Vertigo, Dizziness, Headaches | Carpel Tunnel Neck, Back & Hip Pain | Sports injuries | Sciatica | Stroke or TIA | Dysphagia TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) | Neurological Disorders | Cognition & Memory | Joint Replacement
Outpatient Therapy Clients Share Their Experiences:
“A great rehab. I enjoyed this rehab from the first session. The staff was warm, helpful and made the workout fun. I know that we chose the best rehab. Thanks guys. You couldn’t have made it more fun!”- Kevin
“This is the 2nd time I have had the pleasure of using the outpatient therapy. All of the people working there are both professional & courteous. They also make your experience there feel like you are part of a family. I wouldn’t think of going anywhere else for care. ”- D. D.
“I was a patient at The Brothers of Mercy Physical Therapy for several weeks for a pain in my neck. After much massaging and other treatments by all members of the therapy team my pain is gone. I would like to commend Lauren, James and John for their proficient hands on treatment. I looked forward to my appointments. Every one of the staff was friendly and appeared to be happy that I was there. I would certainly recommend the Brothers of Mercy outpatient physical therapy to anyone needing this service.” – Lois