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Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

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Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
110 Crystal Run Road, Middletown, NY 10941
845-333-7300 - Main Number
845-333-7301 - Diane Strysko, Director of Outpatient Rehabilitation
845-333-7306 - Insurance Inquiries
845-695-1223 - Fax Number


Orange Regional's Outpatient Rehabilitation Center offers a comprehensive range of high-quality services and state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment for both children and adults.  We take the time to talk with you about your condition, fully explain your treatment plan, discuss all options available and provide care on a one-to-one basis.  For your convenience, we offer evening hours. 

We are also proud to offer the Orange Regional Cancer Rehab Program to patients diagnosed with cancer.  As part of our Cancer Rehabilitation Program, you will receive comprehensive, individualized cancer rehabilitation treatment, covered by most insurance plans, to improve the symptoms affecting your daily functioning and quality of life. 

Physical Therapy (including Total Joint Replacement Rehab)

Our compassionate physical therapists will evaluate your condition and create a customized treatment program that restores function and mobility and assesses your progress.  

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

The Outpatient Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy Program at Orange Regional Medical Center helps people who are experiencing symptoms of disequilibrium and dizziness associated with vestibular disease or disorder. Our Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist will evaluate and treat patients with vestibular problems utilizing proven techniques that will help them to regain the quality of life they’ve been used to.

Lymphedema Therapy

The Outpatient Lymphedema Therapy Program at Orange Regional Medical Center helps people who are experiencing abnormal swelling of a body part (including but not limited to neck, arm, leg, breast, abdomen) caused by an excessive buildup of lymph fluid. Our Norton-trained, certified lymphedema specialist uses a non-invasive program known as Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) to treat lymphedema. Lymphedema is a chronic health condition that occurs most commonly after surgery, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer. Other causes of lymphedema include infection, obesity, venous insufficiency, trauma, as well as recovery from joint replacement and other surgeries. Symptoms of lymphedema include swelling of the limbs, heaviness and limitation of movement, repeated infections, skin thickening or hardening, and discomfort. If you have any of the above risk factors for lymphedema and notice unusual swelling of any kind, seek medical care right away.

CDT is a comprehensive treatment for lymphedema that includes the following:

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) — MLD is a gentle, hands-on treatment of both the affected body part and adjacent selected areas. MLD can move lymph fluid from the swollen region into parts of the lymphatic system that are still functioning. From there, the fluid is transported throughout the circulatory system.

Compression Bandaging — After MLD, the treated extremity is wrapped with layers of compression bandages. Bandages help prevent the reaccumulation of lymphatic fluid.

Therapeutic Exercise — Exercise programs are designed to strengthen muscles and improve circulation and function of the lymph system.

Skin and Nail Care — People with lymphedema are at high risk for infection, especially cellulitis. Signs of cellulitis include redness, swelling, pain, and fever. See your doctor right away if you have any of these symptoms.

Compression Garment Fitting — Once the affected body part is decongested, you will be referred to a supplier to be fitted for a medical compression garment, such as an arm sleeve or thigh high. These garments, worn daily, help maintain the positive results achieved through lymphedema treatment.

Personalized Education in Self-Care — Our lymphedema specialist will teach you how to maintain your treatment progress through at-home techniques, including self-bandaging, self-massage, exercise, and skin and nail care.

To decrease the risk of developing and flare ups of lymphedema symptoms, the following precautions must be taken:

• Avoid extreme hot and cold climates
• Avoid hot baths, showers, sauna, and hot tubs
• Avoid insect bites
• Avoid manicures and pedicures
• Avoid skin punctures, needle punctures, cuts and acupuncture to the swollen limb
• Avoid pet scratches
• No tattoos on affected extremity
• Avoid high impact sports
• Avoid blood pressure cuffs on the affected limb
• Avoid tight clothes, rings, or watches on the affected limb
• Avoid high fat or high salt diet
• Avoid deep tissue massage or Swedish massage

Once you are diagnosed with lymphedema, we will need a written prescription from your doctor, and, depending on your insurance, preauthorization to evaluate and treat your symptoms. Our staff will work with you, your family, and your physician to develop a comprehensive and customized plan of care. Every patient’s symptoms and response to treatment are different, so the specific course of treatment varies by individual. Generally, you should expect to be treated five times a week for at least two weeks. Registration is required for your initial evaluation. Please call
845-333-7300 to schedule your appointment.

Outpatient Rehabilitation Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (Tuesday and Thursday)
Average Therapy Session Duration
30-60 minutes
2-3 times per week
6-12 weeks

Occupational Therapy (including Hand Therapy)

If you have difficulty using your arms and hands, completing your daily activities, require an adaptive device, or need dynamic or static splinting, we will work with you to meet your personal goals.

 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (Tuesday and Thursday)
Average Therapy Session Duration
30-60 minutes
2-3 times per week
6-12 weeks

Speech Language Pathology (including Swallowing and Cognitive Therapy)

If you have trouble with your voice, communication, cognition or swallowing, a speech language pathologist will help you understand your condition and/or improve your abilities. 


 8:00 a.m. -  4:00 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
10:30 a.m. -  6:30 p.m. (Tuesday and Thursday) 
Average Therapy Session Duration
30-60 minutes
2-3 times per week
6-12 weeks

Orange Regional's Outpatient Rehabilitation Center addresses a wide range of conditions, that include:

      • ACL Repair
      • Arthritis
      • Back pain/injuries
      • Carpal tunnel syndrome
      • Fractures or trauma
      • Neck pain/injuries
      • Post-surgery rehab
      • Rotator cuff injuries
      • Shoulder pain/injuries
      • Tendonitis
      • Tendon repairs
      • Total joint replacements
        • Hips
        • Knees
        • Fingers
        • Work-related injuries
      • Difficulty talking
      • Difficulty walking
      • Multiple sclerosis
      • Parkinson's Disease
      • Stroke (CVA)
      • Swallowing dysfunction
      • Traumatic brain injury
    • Amputation
    • Auto accident injuries
    • Lymphedema
    • Pulmonary conditions

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Medical Center

707 East Main Street
Middletown, NY 10940
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Middletown, NY 10940

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