Tone Management and Mobility

Tone Management and Mobility Program

Contact: Lynne Romeiser-Logan
Email: loganl@upstate.edu

The Tone Management & Mobility Program is part of the comprehensive rehabilitation services offered in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation to treat children and adults with spasticity secondary to cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis and stroke.  We also treat infants with torticollis, plagiocephaly, and brachial plexus injuries.  People of any age with developmental and motor impairments are welcome in our clinics.

University Rehabilitation Center
Upstate University Hospital - Downtown Campus
Rm. N2104, 750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
Map & direction
Phone: 315 464-6543
Fax: 315 464-4753
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-4:30pm

A wide variety of spasticity management strategies are used to help patients achieve their goal of improved function. Treatment strategies may include:

  • Botox  or Xeomin
  • Oral medications
  • Interthecal drug delivery
  • Serial casting
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Bracing and therapies 

What you should expect from your visits?

Your visits to our clinic will be primarily evaluation and reassessment as well as suggestions for equipment, therapies, exercises and other activities that will help your condition.

Preparing for your first visit

  • You will have an evaluation by a team including a physician and a physical therapist.
  • Please bring any orthotics (braces) and wear clothing and shoes appropriate for your mobility.

Providers

Lynne Romeiser-Logan, PT, PhD, PCS
Lynne Romeiser-Logan, PT, PhD, PCS
315 464-5820

Education & Fellowships

  • PhD: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, 2009

Diseases/Specialties/Treatments

Brachial Plexus Injury; Cerebral Palsy; Multiple Sclerosis (MS); Spasticity; Spinal Cord Injury; Stroke; more

Research Interests

  • Effectiveness of treatments for children and adults with neurological disorders.

Education Interests

  • Evidence based practice

Clinical Interests

  • Spasticity, developmental disabilities, brachial plexus injury, neurological disorders.