Thrive! Integrated Physical Therapy is hosting the following upcoming University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences continuing education seminar. PTs please join us for the S1 – SPINAL EVALUATION AND MANIPULATION: Impairment Based, Evidence Informed Approach, a seminar instructed by Larry Yack, PT, DPT, MTC, August 10-12th, 2018 in New York, NY. These seminars […]
When practiced together, Pilates and physical therapy can truly be the cornerstone of an overall recovery and health plan. With a shared focus on eliminating pain and restoring function through personal attention, the two modalities are not just complimentary but collaborative. When both practitioners are working in collaboration they can more effectively re-educate patients away from movement compensations that may cause a return of pain and dysfunction. We have found at Thrive PT and Mongoose Bodyworks Pilates that an open dialogue between PT and Pilates instructor has guaranteed the success of our patients and clients.
Good news for NYU students. As of the 2017-2018 school year, Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy is now contracted with your student health insurance plan. What does this mean to you? Well, in addition to the services provided by your student health center, you can now come to outpatient physical therapy at our facility using your […]
Winter is here and we have finally had our first real snow! With more snow on the horizon in the next few months, more and more people will be hitting the slopes and snowboarding. While it’s great to head out there and have fun, it’s equally as important to do some activities that prepare you […]
Hello friends. It’s that time again…a new year! With it comes the promise of new commitments, resolutions made for health and fitness, and renewed zeal and engagement in activity . We at Thrive want to be part of your move towards greater activity, and are here as your musculoskeletal experts to answer questions, prepare you […]
As a physical therapist that treats persons with dizziness and balance deficits, I’ve come to realize that people do not know what to expect when they attend physical therapy (PT) for these issues. Due to the lack of exposure to this treatment and unfamiliarity with how it works, people come to their first session with […]