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Serving Upstate New York’s Capital District and Saratoga County

Noto Physical Therapy is a privately-owned company that provides tailored therapy services within your own home

Monday - Friday 8a.m. - 6p.m.


Noto Physical Therapy offers therapy services for most any diagnosis including, but not limited to:



  • Stroke
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Parkinson Disease
  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
  • TBI - Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Laminectomy

orthopedic conditions

Orthopedic Conditions

  • Hip Replacement or Fracture
  • Knee Replacement
  • Multi-trauma
  • Laminectomy
  • Amputation – Upper and/or Lower extremities
    • Preparation before a Prosthesis
    • Initial Prosthetic training
      • Proper fit/Wearing
      • Prosthetic Care
      • Limb Care
      • Walking
    • Advanced Prosthetic Training
      • Stairs
      • Running
      • Hills/Hiking
      • Sports

cardiac / pulmonary

Cardiac / Pulmonary

  • Heart Attack
  • COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • CHF – Congestive Heart Failure

Other conditions

Other Conditions

  • Vertigo
  • BPPV – Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
  • Cancer
  • General Debility and Deconditioning

about noto physical therapy


  • Physical Therapist and Owner of Noto Physical Therapy PLLC
  • Simmons College - Doctorate in Physical Therapy (2005)
  • Utica College - BS in Physical Therapy and (2000)

I began my career at Sunnyview Hospital and Rehabilitation Center building expertise in neurological rehabilitation for stroke, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Guillain-Barre Syndrome.  Through hands-on experience and continued education, I became a regional leader and specialist in amputee rehabilitation and post-operative and prosthetic training, from standing to sprinting.  I advanced to the role of Inpatient Neurovascular Physical Therapy Team Leader and Inpatient Neurovascular Program Coordinator, and continued my education utilizing the latest technological advances in therapy, including orthotics, microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees, ultra-lightweight wheelchairs, wheelchair seating systems, and the Bioness system.
My experiences in outpatient therapy, inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, long-term care, skilled nursing facilities, home care, and clinical research allow me to provide a more comprehensive therapy program, setting my clients up for success as they continue their recovery.

Information & policies

What to Expect During Your First Visit

To prepare for your first visit, please wear comfortable clothing that you can easily move around in.  The evaluation will have you moving in different positions and restrictive clothing can make it difficult to move.  Any recent copies of medical visits, a list of medications, and list of medical conditions will help when we discuss your history.  Having these documents available for the evaluation and/or a person knowledgeable in these areas is extremely helpful.  If you have your therapy prescription prior to our appointment, please have it available during our session.

On your first visit, we will start our session by discussing your current medical status, medical history, the limitations you are currently experiencing, and your goals for therapy. 

Next, the evaluation will take a detailed look at how well you move, your strength, range of motion, balance, endurance, and overall mobility.  Findings from this first part of the evaluation will direct more in-depth testing to target the root of the problem.

Once we have finished the evaluation, we will discuss the findings and recommended treatment approach to address your impairments.  The treatment plan is individually tailored, based on your evaluation and your established goals.  A heavy focus will be placed on maximizing your independence, while not compromising your safety.  Once your plan is in place, treatment can begin.

Notice of Privacy Practices

Details about our privacy practices can be found HERE.