Ohio Sports & Spine Institute
Ohio Sports & Spine Institute, Ltd. (OSSI) is a multi-specialty physician group and physical therapy practice.
OSSI encompasses physical, sports, and occupational medicine, evidence-based chiropractic care, acupuncture, physical therapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation, speech-language therapy, and massage therapy.
OSSI provides a comprehensive evaluation and an individualized patient-centered approach using evidence-based medicine and rehabilitation to treat musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.
OSSI provides treatment for work and auto injuries, sports and recreational injuries, overuse injuries, neuromusculoskeletal conditions including headaches and migraines, and neck and low back pain.
OSSI has proudly served the Mahoning Valley since 1995 with offices located in Boardman, East Liverpool and Howland.
OSSI takes pride in being one of the few practices in Ohio that combines these services, giving you all the care you need under one roof.
Our Doctors, Dr. Joseph Cerimele, Dr. Joseph DiDomenico, Dr. John Dunne and Dr. Andrew Hospodar, along with Our Experienced Physical Therapy Department, work as a team to provide comprehensive individualized patient-centered care using evidence-based medicine and rehabilitation to get you back to your job, sport, hobby, or active lifestyle as quickly and safely as possible.
Ohio Sports & Spine Institute’s mission is to provide individualized patient-centered treatment using evidence-based medicine and rehabilitation to treat musculoskeletal and neurological injuries and conditions.
Our mission is to teach our patients to move better so they can feel better and live better.
To provide our patients with the results that they want and the care they deserve.
To continue to provide high quality, patient-centered medical care to help our patients regain their health, strength, and happiness.
What to Expect
The number of physical therapy treatments will vary with the type and severity of the problem being treated. Generally, you will be given a home program to exercise during your therapy program, and after discharge from your physical therapy care.
The length of rehabilitation will also vary, this time depending on when therapy is initiated, the severity of symptoms, and your specific goals for rehabilitation. Therapy services are often coordinated with any ongoing medical treatment prescribed by your treating physician. A typical frequency may be one to three times per week and could last for several weeks or a few months in order to maximize progress and functional outcomes.
Our team of experienced doctors and therapists are able to develop personalized rehabilitation plans geared toward your needs. Let us develop the program for you, so that you can get back to doing what you love.