• Hours: Mon - Fri 7am-8pm

    Hours of OperationX

    MONDAY7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    TUESDAY7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    WEDNESDAY7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    THURSDAY7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    FRIDAY7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    SATURDAYBy Appointment Only

    SUNDAYCLOSED

  • 212-941-0503
  • Contact

    Let's Keep In Touch!X

    ADDRESS584 Broadway Suite 710
    Between Houston & Prince
    New York, NY 10012
    mail: Info@physiofitness.com
    Fax: 212-941-6195

    LEAVE A COMMENT

Movement'S ARCHIVE

  • 5 Reasons to Start KINSTRETCH

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Fitness, Function, Movement, Training | on April 11, 2017

    Start your summer right with KINSTRETCH, a movement practice that develops strength, flexibility and increased ranges of motion. Born out of scientific research, KINSTETCH gives you the tools to prevent injury, increase joint health and promote physical longevity. Here are five reasons to make KINSTRETCH part of your regular exercise routine. 1. Makes you stronger (without […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Discover Your Body Prerequisites

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Fitness, Function, Health, Injury, Movement | on April 11, 2017

    In the fitness world today, there’s a major disconnect happening. We see activity as a mental game – mind over matter.  People claim a run is 90% intention and 10% action. Our minds may be ready to run a half marathon but that doesn’t mean our bodies are. Even if we can do it, it […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Move Better with KINSTRETCH

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Fitness, Function, Movement, Training | on October 17, 2016

    MOBILITY = FLEXIBILITY + STRENGTH We’re always on the lookout for ways our clients can move better. When we discovered a new way of increasing flexibility and strength, we immediately brought it to Physiofitness. We’re thrilled to announce the addition of KINSTRETCH classes, developed by Dr. Andreo Spina, at Physiofitness. Based on Functional Range Conditioning© […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Surfing Prep 101

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Health, Movement, Outdoor, Training | on May 5, 2016

    Chris Delehanty’s a surfer. The signs are everywhere: surfing pictures on the walls, talk of wave height, his computer set to Rockaway’s surf cam. No matter the weather, he’s always thinking about the next wave. Before heading to Costa Rica for his first warm water ride of 2016, here’s how he and Dina, his wife […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Education and learning doesn’t stop with a physical therapy degree. Our physical therapists and trainers work together to learn new ways to help you recover faster. Think of us as a giant collaborative think tank on movement. We incorporate the latest techniques and proven game-changers. A small sampling of our arsenal includes: Selective Functional Movement Assessment™, which helps us […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Our Favorite Exercises

    By Jonathan | In Fitness, Function, Health, Movement, Training | on March 9, 2015

    We are what we do at Physiofitness.  Whether we’re training hard or just having fun, movement is always a part of our lives. Here are a few of our favorite go-to exercises with you. Check them out to spice up your workouts! 1. Dead Lifts With this classic move, you get a great return for […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Swing Into Spring

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Fitness, Function, Movement, Outdoor, Training | on March 9, 2015

    Does your golf swing need an upgrade? While there’s no single right way to swing your club, there are plenty of wrong ways. A good stroke is all about efficiency. It uses as little energy as possible. Done incorrectly, it’s a tiring move and leads to injury. An efficient swing uses torque generated from the pelvis to wind […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Holiday Health Hacks

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Fitness, Function, Health, Movement | on December 6, 2014

    Be healthy, wealthy, and wise during this non-stop holiday season. Our five quick health hacks will keep your body and spirit energized while saving you time and money. Get hacking… 1. Party With A Plan Three strategic steps to fun and no regret. First, drink one glass of water for every alcoholic drink. It’ll help […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • 7 Foot Fixes

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Health, Movement, Pain | on December 6, 2014

    Every year at this time, we see a parade of aching feet. The reason can vary from balance to stability issues aggravated by the season’s constant hustle and bustle. Use these Physiofitness true and tried methods (including moves) to end the year on a happy footnote. 1. Try Toe Yoga Elevate the big toe and let the […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Your Best Winter Ever

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Function, Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on November 6, 2014

    We see it every year. With the end of the New York Marathon everyone seems to ache – and not just the runners. It’s that time of year. Super-active summers go straight into crazy busy falls. The weather turns and with more indoor time, less activity, and some stillness, the aches and pains begin. Discover how […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Move Like Ido Portal

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Movement, Training | on November 6, 2014

    We have a collective man crush on Ido Portal. The Israeli-born, capoeira-trained movement master is light years ahead in his thinking of exercise. Ido Portal sees movement as free-form and not restricted to repetitive exercises (and injuries) we see on a daily basis. He wonders what is everyone training for, anyway? Instead of trying to […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • You Love ART®, But…What Is It?

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Injury, Movement | on October 1, 2014

    If you’ve been to Physiofitness, you know how much we rave about the benefits of ART®, or Active Release Technique. It’s probably even part of your treatment plan…but do you know what it is? In physical therapy, there are a number of what we call “hands-on” or manual treatments. At Physiofitness, ART is our go-to […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Is Your Backpack Weighing You Down?

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Function, Gym, Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on September 22, 2014

    Getting serious about work after a summer of shortened weeks can be rough, especially for those of us who lug heavy backpacks, laptop bags, and gym bags around the city. The majority of people who carry bags are at risk for back pain due to heavy loads, uneven distribution of weight, and hunched shoulders. With […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • To CrossFit or Not To CrossFit?

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Gym, Movement, Training | on August 19, 2014

    Workout fads come and go, so when CrossFit exploded onto the scene in 2011, most fitness fanatics thought it would go the way of Jazzercise and Tae Bo. Instead, it became a movement. Despite its quiet beginnings, a feature in a national Reebok campaign and an endorsement by “Biggest Loser” trainer Bob Harper brought CrossFit […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • 4 Ways Kettlebells Can Change Your Body

    By Lauren Hopkins | In Gym, Movement, Training | on July 31, 2014

    We’re obsessed with kettlebell training at Physiofitness. Last weekend, physical therapist Shawn Monahan and trainers Dariusz Stankiewicz and Taylor Huang became certified as StrongFirst Level I Kettlebell Instructors. The intensive three-day process is something they consider one of the greatest physical challenges they’ve faced, but worth it. The certification involved strength testing based on the U.S. […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Graston Technique: Going Deeper to Eliminate Pain

    By Brian Goonan, PT, DPT | In Function, Injury, Movement, Pain | on July 8, 2014

    Have you ever had the kind of pain that never goes away? You’ve tried manual therapy, stretching, massage, cold laser therapy… You get relief for a little while, but don’t get too excited – you know it won’t be long before it comes back. When you’re about to give up, we’re just getting started. Last […]

    CONTINUE READING
  • Movement Screens: The Key to Solving Pain Mysteries

    By Shawn Monahan, PT, DPT | In Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on May 2, 2014

    I want to discuss movement. I want to discuss function. I want to discuss injury and pain. But first, let’s talk about puddles. In your quaint (okay, tiny) NYC apartment, you discover a puddle of water on the kitchen floor. You clean it up. Problem solved. The next day, you shuffle out of bed and […]

    CONTINUE READING
Copyright © Physiofitness New York
Website Development By The J. Parker Group
Menu