Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Clinic (OT/PT Clinic)

Provides high quality patient/client-centered intervention using preventative, rehabilitative and adaptive strategies; educates and trains the next generation of occupational and physical therapy students; and expands the body of knowledge through clinical research.

The Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy (OT/PT) Clinic offers comprehensive rehabilitation services to the Ithaca College community, including students, faculty/staff, their families and the residents at Longview. We treat a variety of diagnoses and patient populations including: orthopedic, neurological, hand, performing artists, and pediatric.

Hours of Operation

Spring 2021

 “The Ithaca College Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy clinic is now taking clients for OT and PT services.

  Due to safety protocol, these services are only available to the Ithaca College Community (students, staff and faculty). 

 The Clinic is open during the academic year only. The hours for each semester vary depending on clinical faculty schedules.

Spring 2021 Hours

Monday                       10:00am - 12:00pm  (PT)
                                       1:00pm - 3:00pm  (PT)

Tuesday                        9:30am - 11:30am (OT)
                                       1:00pm - 3:00pm (PT)

Wednesday                   No Treatment

Thursday                     11:15am - 5:00pm (PT)
Friday                           10:00am - 12:00pm (PT)


Occupational Therapy Services require a physician referral in order to be treated. Physical Therapy services may be delivered on a limited direct access basis.


All OT/PT Clinic services are free, and therefore no insurance information is necessary.


The OT/PT Clinic is staffed by faculty from the Departments of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy. All services are provided by New York State licensed physical and occupational therapists.

The Clinic also also serves as an integral component of the curriculum for occupational therapy and physical therapy students by providing: clinical experiences and patient demonstrations for many of the clinically oriented courses, an environment for conducting clinical research, and interdisciplinary clinical in-services. Current OT/PT students may take elective courses working with patients under the direction of a faculty member. Current OT/PT students are also hired as student workers to assist in daily operations.

Appointments and Location

OT/PT Clinic
Fourth Floor
Center for Health Sciences
Ithaca College
953 Danby Road
Ithaca, NY 14850