At Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy we have many treatment options to help you achieve your goals of a healthy, pain-free life. One of the treatments that has helped both people coming to physical therapy for the first time and also patients coming to us after a previous failed PT attempt elsewhere, is the use of […]
We at Thrive are so fortune to collaborate with many types of rehabilitation, exercise, and movement specialists in the New York City area. Pilates has long been one of our staff’s preferred exercise tools, and we dearly love and appreciate the expertise of the staff at Mongoose Bodyworks, a Pilates studio that is neighbor to […]
The CNN segment that we filmed at Thrive a few months back is now online. Have a watch as practice owner Tamar Amitay, PT, MS and physical therapist Amy McGorry, PT, DPT, MTC, talk about and demonstrate manual therapy techniques on a patient. Here at Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy, PC, our physical therapists identify the […]
THRIVE INTEGRATED PHYSICAL THERAPY POSTPARTUM SERVICES Seeking to Become Your Women’s Health and Wellness Destination at All Stages of Life Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy has, for many years, been serving with diligence and passion our friends and neighbors in lower Manhattan. We pride ourselves on being a comprehensive center for the orthopedic management of nearly […]
If you’ve been following along with our Instagram, you may have noticed that Thrive has had a few in-services with the amazingly smart and talented Giulia Pline. Giulia introduced our entire staff to the Threes Physioyoga Method, which merges physical therapy principles with yoga. What more could we ask for? We were so impressed that […]
Hello Everyone! My name is Jari Haile and I’m so excited to be joining the team at Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy! With experienced and skilled clinicians, amazing patients and a beautiful clinic located in downtown, what more could I ask for! I am an east coast native – born and raised in Maryland. After high […]
There is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to diastasis recti (DRA) management. Just as no two persons are the same, no two DRAs are either. The separation of the linea alba often times reflects dysfunction, but what generates and perpetuates said dysfunction is different in all people. While this may seem obvious, many people come to me seeking a quick fix, or looking for the internet resource, book, or exercise DVD that will solve all their problems. While there are some wonderful resources out there, ultimately creating an individualized approach to DRA management based on the patient’s unique physical attributes, activity requirements, and goals is the best way to enable healing.
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 […]
At some point in your life you may have rolled and sprained your ankle. It’s the most common athletic injury in the U.S. with an estimated 30,000 sprains occurring each year. Whether your sprain is due to tripping in a pothole (my specialty), cutting and pivoting to hit a tennis ball, running, or falling in high heels, it’s essential to completely rehabilitate your ankle to avoid a progression to chronic ankle instability (CAI).