At Carey & Daley Physical Therapy, we believe a successful recovery requires a relationship.  A partnership between you, your physical therapist and your doctor. Between leading-edge technology and traditional care. We believe results come from more than exercises or equipment. They come from genuine, hands-on care.

Because relationships are so important, we do our best to make sure you see the same therapist at each visit. Our staff takes the time to explain your condition and treatment options thoroughly...and clearly. And because we believe your time is just as important as ours, we do our best to ensure you are seen promptly. We want you to feel comfortable with us and confident in your ability to heal yourself so you can get the most out of your sessions.

Carey & Daley’s Liverpool Office is located just south of Moyer’s Corners at Route 31 on Rte 57. We have extended office hours Monday thru Friday from 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM. New patients can be seen within 48 hours. Our Office is handicap accessible and parking is free.

As a new patient, upon evaluation, a treatment plan is designed specifically for your needs, and followed closely by your Therapist. Hands on techniques and personal attention is what you get with Carey & Daley.

We provide advanced, experienced, hands-on solutions from people who care.

Thank you for considering Carey & Daley, PT!

Paula Carey is co-owner of Carey & Daley, PT. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in physical therapy from Russell Sage College, and her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Sage Colleges in 2000. With 36 years of clinical experience, she has extensive knowledge in many settings including hospital, home health care, infant, pre-school, and school age children, along with 23 years of private practice. During her years in private practice, her main focus has been in orthopedics and manual therapy. Her specialties include McKenzie training, pelvic disorders, myofascial release, integrated manual therapy, and shoulder dysfunction and

Paula is extremely proud of the relationship Carey & Daley has with the Medical Community. The doctors recognize our commitment in providing quality care physical therapy to their patients and have confidence in referring patients to our facility.

Paula is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the NY Physical Therapy Association, The Private Practice Section of the APTA, and The Association of Independent Physical Therapy (AIPT)

Erik Canavan is a 1997 graduate of Daemen College in Amherst, NY and has been with Carey & Daley PT since that time. He has training in McKenzie & Mulligan protocols, Integrated Manual Therapy, Cranio Sacral Therapy, Tai Chi & Qi Gong exercises. Having a wide variety of treatment approaches Available allows for even the most challenging cases to be treated.

Jill graduated from Ithaca College in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has worked at Carey & Daley PT since 1992. She has attended many continuing education classes including lumbar spine McKenzie techniques, shoulder and knee rehabilitation, core strengthening, pelvic balancing and integrative manual therapy.

Matt graduated from the University at Buffalo in 1999 with a degree in Physical Therapy and has been with Carey & Daley since that time. He has extensive training in McConnell, McKenzie, and Mulligan protocols, as well as myofacial release and other manual therapies. He also has continuing education in hand, upper extremity and sport injury rehabilitation.

Matt's goal is not only to improve a person’s well being, but also to improve their independence.

Michelle is a 1989 graduate from Onondaga Community College, with an A.A.S. degree in Physical Therapist Assistant. She also has an A.A.S. degree in Science from Herkimer Community College. She has been with Carey & Daley PT for 13 years. She also has 4 years experience in Geriatric rehabilitation. She has taken continuing education courses for pelvic & sacral Dysfunctions, muscle imbalances, and integrated manual therapy. She specializes in pelvic balancing, biomechanics, and core strengthening.

Michelle's goal is to restore patients to their optimal level of function; give them the tools to prevent reoccurrence, and maintain healthy and strong muscles.

Michele received her A.A.S. degree in P.T.A. from Onondaga Community College in 1996 and has been with Carey & Daley PT since graduation. Prior to attaining her A.A.S. degree, she has received a B.A. degree in Psychology from William Smith College in 1990. Her special interests are orthopedics and low back rehab. She has completed continuing education courses in lumbar spine, shoulder and Pilates.