The most important keys to a successful and sustainable recovery are getting the knowledge about the intricacies of your injury and learning what your treatment options are. Relief can often be found in as little as a single therapy session.
Why have thousands of patients come to
Buffalo Back and Neck Physical Therapy
for all of their orthopedic
and balance rehabilitation?
For the same reason you should.
Our therapists embrace the concept of
Placing Patients First.
We provide comprehensive
attention and instruction to make for a
more rapid and sustainable recovery.
Your therapist will work with you from
your initial evaluation to
the day your goals are met.
We are leaders in our field.
We can help.
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Treating the Northtowns of Western New York
No matter if you live just north of us in Niagara Falls, Wheatfield, Grand Island or North Tonawanda or if you call Amherst, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Kenmore, or Buffalo home. We are conveniently located in Tonawanda and look forward to finding out how we can help with all of types of orthopedic injuries as well as vertigo and dizziness.