Warwick, N.Y. (Nov 2, 2016)— Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is pleased to announce that it has expanded its occupational therapy services with St. Anthony Community Hospital Center for Physical Rehabilitation in Warwick.  St. Anthony Community Hospital is a part of Bon Secours Charity Health System, a Member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network.

Cynthia Boccia, OTR/L, and Kaitlyn Sardo, COTA/L, with a combined 25 years of experience in the field of occupational/hand therapy, from the Goshen office of Access Physical Therapy & Wellness will now be working with patients at St. Anthony Community Hospital Center for Physical Rehabilitation in Warwick.

“We’re happy to be working with St. Anthony Community Hospital to provide their patients with occupational therapy services. This will help expedite their rehabilitation and get them back to engaging in their day-to-day activities,” said Boccia. “We’re also promoting our #ChooseOT campaign, which encourages those who are dealing with chronic pain to manage their pain through occupational therapy techniques, rather than masking it with dangerous opioid pain medications.”

Occupational therapy is an evidence-based practice, meaning that the plan designed for an individual is backed up by experience, data, and the best practices that have been proven over time. It enables people of all ages to live life by helping them promote health, and prevent or live better with illness, injury, or disability.

Occupational therapy is a health care profession aimed at enabling people to live life to its fullest. To occupational therapists, a “full” life means engagement in the activities that a person wants and needs to do, no matter what injury, illness, condition or disability they face. Boccia and Sardo specialize in UE injuries associated with the elbow, wrist and hand.

 

 

Cynthia Boccia

Cynthia Boccia, OTR/L

Boccia, OTR/L, graduated from Dominican College in Orangeburg, New York in 2000. Since then she has

Cynthia Boccia, OTR/L

Cynthia Boccia, OTR/L

mastered the diagnosing and treating of orthopedic afflictions in the wrist, hands, and elbow. She has been an expert provider of occupational therapy in the Orange County area for over 15 years, starting as an OT in a hospital rehabilitation center and treating patients of varying conditions.

Kaitlyn Sardo

Kaitlyn Sardo, COTA/L

Sardo, COTA, graduated in May 2013 from the SUNY Orange Occupational Therapy Program, with an

Kaitlyn Sardo, COTA/L

Kaitlyn Sardo, COTA/L

Associates in Applied Science. Prior to graduation she was offered a job at Access Physical Therapy & Wellness after completing an eight-week internship with Cynthia Boccia. She is currently working towards earning her B.S./M.S. in occupational therapy at Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY. Her goal is to become an OTR.

 

Access provides services for orthopedic injuries, back and neck pain, balance problems and dizziness, difficulty walking, headaches, TMJ, and various neurological conditions. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

For more information on the occupational therapy services provided through St. Anthony Community Hospital Center for Physical Rehabilitation by Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, please visit https://www.accessptw.com, or call (845) 987-5150. St. Anthony Community Hospital Center for Physical Rehabilitation is located at 153 State Rte. 94 S in Warwick.

 

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Access Physical Therapy & Wellness is a 100% therapist owned organization providing quality physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy services in clinics located across New York’s Hudson Valley, in Pennsylvania, and in North Carolina. For more information, please visit https://www.accessptw.com.

For over 75 years, St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, New York, has been serving the residents of Orange County, New York and New Jersey’s Sussex and Passaic Counties with outstanding and compassionate care.  The 60-bed hospital has been a primary resource for emergency, medical, surgical, obstetrical/gynecological and acute care services.  Also on campus is Mount Alverno Center, a state-approved adult home with an assisted living program serving 85 residents, and Schervier Pavilion a 120-bed, skilled nursing facility dedicated to the highest standard of healthcare excellence. For more information about St. Anthony Community Hospital, Mount Alverno Center and Schervier Pavilion, visit bschs.bonsecours.com or follow the facilities at Facebook.com/BSCHS or Twitter.com/BSCHS.