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Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • In keeping with CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities, masks will continue to be required at Hamburg Physical Therapy.
  • Anyone that is sick with a fever, cough, or has trouble breathing should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.

Welcome to
Hamburg Physical Therapy

At Hamburg Physical Therapy our goal is to provide effective treatment in a supportive environment within a reasonable period of time.

We take pride in personally evaluating and treating each of our patients. An exclusive patient/therapist relationship allows us to thoroughly understand your condition and monitor your progress throughout treatment.

We have over 30 yrs experience, with 25 of that in the village of Hamburg. This knowledge is utilized with a variety of techniques to reduce pain and increase function we have had success helping patients return to work, sports and the other physical activities that enrich your life.

We believe successful treatment is accomplished by utilizing:
  • Treatment by the same experienced therapist
  • A "hands-on" approach
  • Individualized treatment plans and home programs
  • Communication with the referring physician
  • Friendly and competent office staff
  • Private treatment rooms
Please consider Hamburg Physical Therapy for your therapy needs. Contact us via telephone or e-mail with any questions you may have regarding our services.
Call Us Today
716-648-5211

Testimonials & Reviews

  • P.D.

    I would highly recommend Hamburg Physical Therapy to anyone in search of a reputable, professional, friendly, and results-oriented physical therapy experience.
  • E.S.

    I appreciate the personal attention, the privacy and friendly atmosphere at Hamburg Physical Therapy.
  • L.W.

    Thankfully, Julie Cimorelli was recommended to me by one of her former patients.
  • P.S.

    Listening to a patient is a wonderful diagnostic tool most doctors ignore. Julie listens as well as doing physical assessments.
  • K.S and S.S.

    I would like to compliment the extraordinary professionalism that the staff at Hamburg Physical Therapy has displayed for my entire family when we have needed their services.
  • G.R.

    It was a pleasure working with the therapist and their concern to your injuries as well as your position in life.
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