Dr. Reema Parikh, DPT
“Dr. Parikh is amazing! Extremely knowledgeable and attentive to your pain and recovery. Highly recommend!”
Dr. Reema Parikh
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.
- Physical Therapist
Education and training:
- Touro College and University System, New York, Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Long Island University (Bachelor's)
Awards and publications:
- Excellence in Clinical Research in Physical Therapy, 2013
About Our Centers
Our physical therapy clinic, which has many locations throughout New York, treats various pain conditions, including chronic pain, using a multimodal rehabilitation approach.
If you are in pain and in need of physical treatment, you have come to the right place. At our center, we provide hands-on, one-on-one physical therapy to individuals in New York City and Brooklyn suffering from lower back, sciatica, knee, shoulder, and neck pain.
Our therapists are top-of-the-line New York pain rehabilitation specialists that share a passion for curing pain concerns non-invasively and through time-tested physical therapy techniques. We frequently see patients who are suffering from orthopedic, neurological, or cardiovascular disorders.
Love the office. Everyone is amazing. Doctor Parikh is very attentive and knowlegable - highly reccomended.Patient
Great energy, fun session, feeling more capable & knowledgable about my care, plus I got a good workout.Patient