DEPEW, NY – UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine (UBMDOSM) will open its newest location in the Depew-Lancaster area this April, an addition that will further extend physical therapy services to Western New York.
The new facility, at 5102 Transit Road in Depew, opens to patients on Monday, April 26. Patients can visit the office from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, April 24, at 10 a.m. Attendees will be able to see the new facility and speak with the clinicians who will be providing care. Members of the media are invited to join and COVID-19 protocols will be in place.
The facility will provide outpatient, orthopaedic rehabilitation for all musculoskeletal injuries and surgeries, including; sprains and strains, acute and chronic pain, fractures, dislocations, neck and back pain, rotator cuff repairs, ACL reconstructions, labral repairs, tendon and ligament repairs, total joint replacements and concussions. Additional services that will be offered at this location are telemedicine, ACL Bridge Program, strength and conditioning, blood flow restriction training, custom orthotic fitting and medical massage. Renovation is planned for this summer to create an updated sports performance area in the clinic.
The integrated team model at UBMDOSM allows for direct communication between the physicians and physical therapists, assuring the patient receives collaborative care that maximizes his or her rehabilitation. The physical therapy team prides itself on providing treatment plans that are individualized and specific to achieving the patients’ needs and goals. The team stays current on the latest research and techniques to achieve the highest level of care for patients, inspiring an environment of continuous learning.
This also marks the return of Peter Tonsoline, PT, ATC, who will serve as director of both the Depew and Amherst locations. A graduate of Depew High School and former Athletic Trainer at Lancaster High school, Peter brings the experience of a 20+ year career and the opportunity to reunite with colleagues from Sport Rehab. The opening includes not only a staff of experienced physical therapists, but also the outstanding medical care and reputation of UBMDOSM.
“Our goal is to provide compassionate and personalized rehabilitation in a friendly and professional atmosphere that affords our patients a safe and successful return to sport, work, and life. I am excited and proud to lead this directive,” said Tonsoline.
In addition to the new Depew-Lancaster location, an additional Physical Therapy location will be opening at Canalside in June. This location will help UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine to expand care to the downtown Buffalo community.