Find LGBT Friendly Physical Therapists in NYC

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If you’re recovering from an injury or trying to correct a muscular or skeletal imbalance, you may need the help of a physical therapist. Below you’ll find our recommendations for LGBT Friendly physical therapists/sports medicine specialists in Manhattan or Brooklyn.

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LGBT Friendly Physical Therapists in Manhattan and Williamsburg

Symbio Physio Therapy

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214 W 29th St, Ste 901
New York, NY
10001

Our purpose to is to forge relationships with our patients & our community to instill mutual growth and change. Creating a welcoming environment, supporting every patient, every team member, and truly investing ourselves in the process is how that happens.

Expect to spend 45 minutes of one-on-one time with your PT to find the individual cause of your symptoms instead of just treating the symptoms.

We love what we do & can’t wait to meet you!

Learn more about Symbio Physio Therapy

Galán, Antonio, PT, DPT, MBA, CHC — RestoreRehab Physical Therapy

restore rehab physical therapy

664 10th Avenue
New York, NY
10036

RestoreRehab Physical Therapists employ skilled treatments using exercises, physical activities, manual techniques, and various modalities to help restore strength and movement.

Our Physical Therapists are health care professionals who examine, diagnose and treat individuals of all ages using techniques that promote the ability to perform functional activities in their daily lives.

Our Physical Therapists also aide in prevention of conditions associated with loss of mobility through fitness, like Clinical Pilates, and wellness programs, helping to achieve healthy and active lifestyles.

Our clinicians use a combination of clinical experience and evidence-based treatments to assess and treat patients. We apply our knowledge in developing programs specific to each patient’s needs in order to regain function, optimize potential, and achieve desired goals. We strive to help our patients regain function so that they may return to their normal activities.

Clinical Pilates based Physical Therapy is an approach based on Joseph Pilates, a German athlete who developed a unique and revolutionary form of exercise.

A Licensed Physical Therapist designs and provides this program. Pilates emphasizes the use of the “Power-house” of the core of the body. The benefits of Clinical Pilates based Physical Therapy are:

  • Adults and Adolescents
  • Postural alignment
  • Core stability
  • Increased flexibility
  • Improved strength
  • Better balance
  • Better quality of life!

Our Therapists Treat:
Post Surgical Rehabilitation

  • Postural Conditions
  • Sports Injuries
  • Foot and Ankle Conditions
  • Hip Conditions
  • Shoulder Conditions
  • Knee Conditions
  • Low Back & Neck Pain

Learn more about RestoreRehab Physical Therapy

Loyola Physical Therapy

loyola pt

195 Bedford Ave Unit 1
Brooklyn, NY
11211

Loyola Physical Therapy is a place to develop a relationship with your body. Aches and pains are messages. Dr. Carlos Loyola, PT, DPT can decipher those messages and teach you how to respond. In the studio, you will experience a fully integrated approach to physical therapy. Working with you one-on-one, Dr. Loyola collaborates to establish goals and guide you to physical excellence.Instantly, you are put at ease in a safe and inviting refuge within the buzz of Williamsburg. With the precision of a chiropractor and the touch of a masseur, Dr. Carlos Loyola, PT, DPT attends to specific pain points. Each session is a discovery as he listens to your body and responds in the moment.

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Last modified: December 5, 2018