About Us

The Leader of Rehabilitative Care in WNY

Buffalo | Kenmore | Elma | Hamburg | Lockport | Niagara Falls | Warsaw | Willamsville #1 | Willamsville #2 | Westfield

For 30 years, the team at Diversified Hearing Services have been committed to helping patients become more independent, productive, and safe in every part of their lives including home, work, and community activities. As a leader in rehabilitative care, we provide skilled physical, occupational, and speech/language therapy services for individuals with a range of disorders which impact all aspect of quality of life. Our highly experienced staff consists of licensed therapists who utilize advanced techniques to help increase mobility and communication with the end goal to enrich the lives and well-being of our patients. We have an open and caring environment to help our patients overcome obstacles and achieve the highest levels of improvement possible.

Whether you are seeking occupational therapy or physical therapy sessions in Western New York, Diversified Hearing Services is the place to choose. We are proud to serve patients throughout the Buffalo, Lockport, Niagara Falls, Hamburg, Williamsville, West Seneca, Clarence, Cheektowaga, Amherst, Lancaster, Elma, Kenmore, and Orchard Park, NY areas. Contact our offices today to schedule an appointment!

Speech/Language Pathology

Assessment, treatment and patient/family education are available to individuals who experience speech, language, voice, cognitive-linguistic and/or swallowing disorders. Some common goals of therapy include understanding spoken language, pronouncing sounds, improving problem solving & memory, decreasing coughing/ choking while eating and/ or drinking and improving vocal quality among many others.

Physical Therapy

PT can assist the physically, mentally and emotionally challenged to reach their maximum functional potential through the use of such physical agents as therapeutic exercise, massage, and soft tissue mobilization. Our physical therapy program will educate and orient the patient and his/her family or caregivers as well as provide direct therapeutic intervention for a wide variety of disorders that affect mobility.

Occupational Therapy

OT helps people whose injury, disability or illness keeps them from participating in their daily work or self-care activities such as bathing, cooking, dressing, housework, etc. Occupational therapists are skilled at a wide range of creative treatment choices to help people reach the greatest level of independence.