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September 24, 2018

Adirondack Physical & Occupational Therapy Cuts Ribbon on Oswego Clinic


Submitted by the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce

Pictured cutting the ribbon outside the Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy clinic from the left are: L-R: Linda Thomas-Caster, Chamber Board Member; Linda Deyo, Chamber Operations Coordinator; Holly Carpenter, Representing Sen. Patty Ritchie; Beth Hilton, Chamber Director; Ann Marie King, Elim Grace Church; Michele King MS,OTR/L, Owner of Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy; Rev. Bill King, Elim Grace Church; Virginia Krewson, Massage Therapist; Terry Steele; Physical Therapy Assistant; Linda Lansing, Administrative Assistant and Lisa Gray, Chamber Events Manager.

Pictured cutting the ribbon outside the Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy clinic from the left are: L-R: Linda Thomas-Caster, Chamber Board Member; Linda Deyo, Chamber Operations Coordinator; Holly Carpenter, Representing Sen. Patty Ritchie; Beth Hilton, Chamber Director; Ann Marie King, Elim Grace Church; Michele King MS,OTR/L, Owner of Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy; Rev. Bill King, Elim Grace Church; Virginia Krewson, Massage Therapist; Terry Steele; Physical Therapy Assistant; Linda Lansing, Administrative Assistant and Lisa Gray, Chamber Events Manager.

Oswego, NY – Members of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce helped Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy celebrate Occupational Therapy Month with a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new clinic, 127 E. 1st St.

Adirondack Physical and Occupational Therapy works under the slogan “one to one personalized care.” They are committed to providing evaluation and treatment on an individual basis, spending one-on-one time with each and every patient to provide thorough, up to date treatment while educating their patients to the causes of their condition and to the methods of treatment and why specific treatment methods are recommended.

Owner Michele King MS, OTR/L specializes in stroke in addition to hand therapy, which includes advanced upper extremity custom splinting. She began working for Adirondack PT/OT running their Watertown clinic in 2006 and became a partner in 2009. The Oswego clinic opened in July 2010.

For appointments or more information call 207-2222.

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