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Our Physical Therapists

Our Licensed Physical Therapists hold doctorate degrees in physical therapy with specialized training in pelvic floor dysfunction, women's health care, and orthopedic injuries.
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We are located in our new and convenient location in Midtown Manhattan, directly across from Grand Central Station.
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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Since 2003, our highly specialized staff provides comprehensive care to patients with a variety of pelvic pain and orthopedic conditions.
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Fall 2014

To Kegel Or Not To Kegel...For Men?? by Riva Preil, MS, PT, DPT

While Kegel exercises have typically been prescribed for women’s health, men richly benefit from them as well. Just as with women, the muscles in a man’s pelvic floor are the foundations of urinary, bowel, and sexual health. As author Roni Carin Rabin writes in an article in this week’s New York Times, “Like all muscles, these weaken with age, doctors say. In order to strengthen them, men are told to tighten the muscles they might normally use to cut off the flow of urine midstream or prevent passing gas in a closed space. The contractions are held for a few seconds, then released, with the motion repeated 10 to 15 times for each workout.”

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  In The Media
Amy Stein: In the Media on Pelvic Pain

Listen to Amy Stein, DPT, BCB-PMD, on BlogTalkRadio on May 9, 2014 at 5:00 PM ET. She will be speaking for The Pelvic Messenger, on the progression of pelvic pain in the media, including Dr. Oz and Amy's new video.



Amy Stein on The Dr. Oz Show:
Amy Stein guested on The Dr. Oz Show on April 29, 2014, discussing ways to relieve pelvic pain.