Physical Therapy & Massage

212 East 57th Street Injury Rehab
The physical therapy treatment rooms allow for privacy and one-on-one athlete-class physical therapy and rehabilitation.

Halevy Life offers in-house physical therapy and massage through a collaboration with the esteemed New York City-based Finish Line Physical Therapy.

Our practice is a private, outpatient clinic that utilizes a personal, functional approach to rehabilitation, injury prevention and performance enhancement. Our goal is to evaluate and treat the entire body as a functional whole — a fresh alternative to conventional methods of physical therapy that generally isolate individual joints or body parts.

Our practice doesn’t look, act or feel like your typical physical therapy office. You’ll notice the difference as soon as you walk in the door.

yourvisitWe’ve created an open, inviting and down-to-earth environment that supports people throughout the journey from injury back to full functional movement. We’re a community of like-minded, goal-oriented athletes ourselves, and we believe recovery works best when patients feel comfortable and cared for. We provide extensive one-to-one patient to therapist interaction in both assessing your unique condition and building a customized functional rehabilitation program.

We work with most insurance companies. Prior to your initial evaluation, we will call your insurance company to verify your benefits so we can inform you of your specific benefits (deductible, co-pay, etc.). You are required to provide us with a valid insurance card and to pay for any co-payments, deductible and/or coinsurance (we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and personal checks for your convenience).

A prescription for physical therapy from your doctor is not required to be evaluated by a physical therapist. In 2007 the State of New York passed Direct Access for Physical Therapy, meaning you no longer are required to have a medical prescription to be treated by a physical therapist (until the 10th visit or 30th day, whichever comes first). However due to the inconsistency of insurance reimbursement, a prescription is recommended.

To book a massage, please call us at (212) 233-0633 or email us. To register for physical therapy, please complete the form below.

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