Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Based on Neurodevelopmental and rehabilitation techniques, which activate the deep stabilization system of the body through joint centration, support, and correct breathing patterns.


Vojta Therapy

​It is a neuromuscular retraining technique, based on developmental kinesiology, it activates the deep stabilization system through the activation of different zones of support in the body.


Sahrmann's Approach

​It focuses on recognizing and treating muscle activity across multiple joints as it relates to each other, during active movement.


Jandas Approach

​Based on the Functional Movement Pattern, it is a holistic approach to treat musculoskeletal injuries by activating chains of muscle systems in your body instead of treating a single muscle.


Hesch Method​

​It is a manual therapy technique to assess and treat the Sacroliliac Joint (SIJ). It corrects the most common SIJ dysfunctional patterns with the use of exercises and positions.


Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is a non-invasive, alternative treatment technique, which traces its roots into ancient times. Special cups are placed on the skin, which then helps create negative pressure and suction force.


Mobilization with Movement

Therapists apply the pain-free hands-on manual treatment, combined with active movements to improve the degree of movement and pain during movement​. It can also be taught as a self-treatment method at home.

Trigger point Therapy

​It is a hands-on technique to release a tight area on a muscle tissue, which is responsible for producing pain in the muscle as well as areas around the muscles. On releasing the muscle, relief in pain can be immediately noted along with the better movement.

Taping Techniques

​Taping with Kinesiotape and McConnell tape can help support muscles and bony structures. Taping can be specifically used to target a group of muscles and encourage the proper amount of activation thus providing relief from pain and disability.

McKenzie Method

​It is a Mechanical Diagnostic Technique (MDT) designed to assess and treat musculoskeletal problems of the spine and extremities. It emphasizes active patient movements and self-management.

Mulligan Approach

​Therapists apply pain-free manual joint repositioning techniques to restore motion and getting rid of the pain.

Anatomy in Motion (AIM)

Anatomy in Motion (AIM) is an examination, assessment, and treatment method developed by Gary Ward, a UK based sports therapist. It is based on the philosophy of tracking movement through the human gait cycle. Motion limitations and muscle engagement patterns, toe to head, are corrected by the study of the movement. This is extremely beneficial in relieving chronic pain.


Graston Technique

Graston Technique is a leading instrument assisted soft tissue therapy to release fascia, and treat muscle and tendon dysfunction. With specialized instruments, your therapist can precisely target affected tissues to alleviate pain quickly, restoring your quality of life.

The Team

Dr. Sunny Pandya, PT, MS, DPT


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Dr. Mohamed Abdelmegeed, PT, DPT, MSc, DSc, OCS

​Dr. Mohamed Abdelmegeed, PT, DPT, MSc, DSc, OCS is Board a certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and has an active Physical Therapy license in the states of NY, CA.

Dr. Tom Oddo, DC, CSCS

Dr. Tom Oddo is an affiliate practitioner and chiropractor at our grand central location. He believes that the key to solving musculoskeletal conditions is to combine cutting edge rehab techniques with comprehensive patient education to create a treatment plan that addresses everything from the way you use your body to the way you understand it. His goal is to obtain fast, lasting results that empower his patients to help themselves to be free to move and live better every day.

Jihye Robyn Choi

Board-certified in Acupuncture from the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed to practice in the State is New York, Robyn received her Masters in Science in Acupuncture from Pacific College of Health and Science, where she is currently studying for her Doctorate in Acupuncture. She is also an adjunct faculty at the New York College of Health Professions.

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