NYC Physical Therapy

The Power of Variable Resistance- The Kineo by Globus

The Power of Variable Resistance- The Kineo by Globus

Building muscle and increasing strength has never been more efficient than with the Kineo by Globus. The first robotic machine to offer variable strength loads, the Kineo will challenge muscles during the full range of motion for every movement offering athletes the opportunity to maximize their efforts and work efficiently. 

Patient Reviews

Patient Reviews

If you can't tell how much we love our physical therapy clinics (with those water views in Westchester and that city skyline in Manhattan) then you're not reading closely enough. It's not just our prime New York locations or our cutting edge equipment that make our physical therapy clinics world class, it's our patients and physical therapists. You won't find anywhere else in the city that is as comfortable, as well equipped, or staffed with a wide array of talented therapists. 

Jennifer Aniston's Secret Fitness Weapon

Jennifer Aniston's Secret Fitness Weapon

For the past twenty-two years Jennifer Aniston has been stunning and wowing audiences with her sleek physique. Part of Aniston's appeal is her "girl next door" beauty and the impression that her long legs can be achieved without the glitz and glam (or big bucks) of the rich and famous. 

Jennifer has always credited her fitness routine of yoga, pilates, and cardio to her timeless beauty, but her newest fitness secret is taking Hollywood by storm: Physical Therapy

Chronic Pain: Is it in the Brain?

Chronic Pain: Is it in the Brain?

If you've been suffering from chronic pain, you might be interested to know that recent studies have gone so far as to claim that there "is no pain without the brain." Hopefully this is a heartening discovery for those suffering from never-ending aches, pains, and spasms, if only because it means there is a whole avenue of treatment you have to explore!

Parkinson's Rehab and Physical Therapy

Parkinson's Rehab and Physical Therapy

After Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's is the most common neurological disorder in the United States, most notably causing physical tremors in the hands, arms, legs, jaw, and face. Other symptoms can include stiffness, physical instability, impaired balance, and a loss of coordination. With sixty thousand Americans getting diagnosed with PD every year, chances are good that you or someone you know is working their way through this disease every day. 

Burn, Balance, Build and Blend: Surfing in the UWS

Burn, Balance, Build and Blend: Surfing in the UWS

You heard of SurfSET during its nationwide debut on Shark Tank and hankered to put your skills to the test, and now is the time to finally try it! Offering three stability settings (easy, intermediate, advanced) and four different workouts based on feeling the burn, finding balance, building strength, and finally combining all of these skills together the SurfSET offers a fun, full-body workout that will have you both laughing and sweating more that you have in years!

Physical Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Physical Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

RA is an autoimmune disease, a disorder caused by the body's tissues being attacked by it's own immune system, which results in swelling and inflammation of the joints. This inflammation can severely inhibit movement and cause pain in the areas of the afflicted joint. While joint pain and inflammation are the most commonly known side effects of this disease it can also afflict pain on tendons, muscles, and ligaments. In some cases infections and organ damage are also side effects of RA. 

Prosthetics: Physical Therapy for Below the Hip Amputations

Prosthetics: Physical Therapy for Below the Hip Amputations

Have you ever watched athletes running in New York City’s annual marathon thinking about how there is no way you could ever have the will or dedication to compete only to see a group of runners with below the hip/knee amputations run across the finish line with ease and grace? There’s not a lot more moving than watching athletes hard work pay off as they achieve their dreams, but there is something extra rousing about watching competitors who have adjusted their lives, and their athleticism, to all the demands necessary in adjusting to life with a prosthetic.