UPDATED APRIL 30, 2020: Both of our COAST Physical Therapy offices are OPEN regular business hours and are seeing new and established patients. Our COAST PT staff is dedicated to helping you stay healthy. We are following CDC protocols in regards to social distancing, PPE, and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our patients and staff. In addition to in-person visits, we are also now offering Telehealth visits. If you are in need of physical therapy services, please give our office a call at 315-253-3291 to schedule your appointment. We thank you for your support during this challenging time, and we hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.
Physical therapy is the medical science of restoring function and movement. The physical therapists at Cayuga Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy (COAST Physical Therapy) are the professionals uniquely qualified to do this. Our manual therapy approach, combined with individualized specific corrective exercises, help you achieve great results. The physical therapists at COAST Physical Therapy are licensed medical professionals trained to help you get results by evaluating and treating your musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, and thus helping alleviate your pain.
COAST Physical Therapy specializes in orthopedic, sports, and manual therapy. It is our goal to provide services that satisfy and improve the lives of our patients. At COAST Physical Therapy you will find therapists and staff that have a passion for what they do and compassion for those they meet.
We believe physical therapists should always incorporate a “hands-on” manual therapy approach to treating patients. We believe that our role is to diagnose and treat our patients through a combination of manual therapy and exercise. Our physical therapists have completed extensive manual therapy training and can identify dysfunctional joints that are not moving optimally, and soft tissue changes in the muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and neural system. Our therapists are committed to maintaining and updating our education through attendance and participation in continuing education conferences.
In an attempt to salvage supplies and resources during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, many U.S. hospitals and medical institutions have opted to postpone elective surgeries. This includes non-emergency surgeries scheduled to relieve pain