We offer customized  and comprehensive rehabilitative therapy that best suits your needs. 

Physical Therapy 

Our physical therapsist's provide comprehensive therapeutic outpatient programs for musculoskeletal, orthopedic and neurological patients ranging in age from pediatrics to geriatrics. They work closely with each patient in order to provide the best customized rehabilitation program that meet their individual needs and achieve quality of care. 


Physical therapy is a vital part of the rehabilitation process, promoting the ability to move, reducing pain, restoring function and preventing disability. We offer state-of-the-art equipment such as isokinetic machines, the Biodex treadmill and ultrasound for the delivery of therapeutic modalities as well as a personalized hands-on approach.

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Physical Therapy

(718) 667-7500

65 Columbus Avenue

Staten Island NY 10304

Isokinetic Machines

Equipment used to rehabilitate muscles and tone the body. Using uniform resistance that adapts to each particular user, this method of exercise is less stressful on the body and encourages a full range of motion without exhausting or exceeding the user's physical limits. This is helpful after an injury.

Biodex Treadmill

A treadmill that offers a zero starting speed, 1/10 mph speed increments over a range of 0-10 mph and powered incline and decline in both forward and reverse directions. Extremely versatile, this exercise is used with acute post-operative, neurologic, pediatric, cardiopulmonary, respiratory, orthopedicand older adult patients in need of strengthening and aerobic conditioning.


A treatment using high-energy sound waves to treat painful joints and muscles. There are two basic types of ultrasound therapy: thermal and mechanical. Both of these use sound waves generated through a transducer head to penetrate soft tissues. The difference between the two types is the rate at which the sound waves penetrate the tissues.

Types of Treatments Provided

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