Reema Parikh received two bachelor’s degrees from Long Island University and Touro College, and graduated as a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Touro College in 2013.
She received an award for excellence in research and has taught a course for the national physical therapy licensing board exam. Dr. Parikh has a passion for helping patients on their health journey; she is experienced in all ages and care of patients, ranging from pediatric care to geriatric care.
She has hosted live and virtual workouts for varying levels of physical activity, incorporating mobility and strength segments. Dr. Parikh also received skilled training in pelvic floor physical therapy and pediatric care.
We take pride in being able to treat our patients for all types of pain. Our patients travel from all over New York City to visit our state-of-the-art pain relief center because they know that we understand the recovery process from A to Z. Our equipment and pain management techniques are totally holistic and patient-centered. We know and understand the difficult process after an accident and this is why we have helped countless from our area.
We work with athletes in sports therapy to help recover from injuries in the lower back, elbows, knees, and shoulders.
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Amazing, very professional as well as efficient. The wait was very little, got to see the Dr. before my time.
Love the office. Everyone is amazing. Doctor Parikh is very attentive and knowlegable - highly reccomended.
Great energy, fun session, feeling more capable & knowledgable about my care, plus I got a good workout.
Tried other PT's before but with Dr. Parikh felt the difference and improvement right away.
Switched from my current PT to Dr. P and she is wonderful. Great decision.
Great visit. Focused on whole body. Gave great home therapy options.
Very helpful! She's teaching me how to take better care of my back.
Our expertise, dedication, and passion for physical therapy and rehab allows us to combine the best methods and talent into the best plan of recovery for Neck Pain, Back Pain, Shoulder Pain, Elbow Pain, Wrist Pain, Hand Pain, Hip Pain, Pelvic Floor, Knee Pain
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We'll start with an evaluation to address your concerns. You don't need to be in pain to benefit from physical therapy. Whether it's pain relief, post-surgical rehabilitation, recovering from an injury, or preventing further issues, I'll address your concerns and figure out the best plan of action for you! Once we come up with a plan based on your needs and concerns, we'll start to work on mobility and strengthening. You'll be guided through these movements in every session. You will also be provided with hands-on treatment, including stretching and massage, as well as other therapeutic techniques which will further enhance your recovery and allow you to achieve your wellness goals.
There should always be an active component to your rehab program which includes various types of therapeutic physical therapy exercises, not just passive modalities. Exercise increases muscle flexibility, mobility, and strength, as well as promoting healing by increasing blood flow to the injured site. Healthy muscles provide protection to bones and joints, keeping you safer and stronger in the future. Some soreness and tightness with exercise is expected, it’s a normal part of exercise to feel sore after working your muscles the right way.
Each body heals differently. There is no one exact timeline for recovery of any condition. The duration of the program will depend on an individual’s healing rate as well as the condition being treated. There are many concerns that need to be addressed, including pain, range of motion, strength, and overall function. Each of these are matters that take time and patience to build upon. There are many factors that impact how long it will take each individual patient to recover. Routinely attending therapy sessions, following protocols and precautions, being aware of lifestyle-related comorbidities, maintaining a healthy diet, and performing home exercises all help on the path to recovery.
We always emphasize the importance of ongoing regular exercise, maintaining a strong yet flexible body, and general good health habits. A home exercise program helps a patient maintain the progress and gains made during treatment in order to remain pain-free and functional.