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2013-09-06 10:07 PM


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Looking for a good PT or ART for treating my achilles soreness..
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2013-09-07 6:05 AM
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I recommend either Finish Line PT on 23rd&6th or NEw York Sports Med &PT which has 3 offices. Both have excellent therapists who understand the needs of an athlete.
2013-09-07 9:45 AM
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Unfortunately they don't get my insurance.
2013-09-07 11:15 AM
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They're both very good at working with you to bill as an out of network provider with not a huge cost to you. I'd talk with them before ruling them out. Also try Progressive Movement. I went to PT school with the owners. http://progressivemovementpt.com/
2013-09-07 2:52 PM
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Subject: RE: Looking for a good PT or ART
Originally posted by RunAmySwim

They're both very good at working with you to bill as an out of network provider with not a huge cost to you. I'd talk with them before ruling them out. Also try Progressive Movement. I went to PT school with the owners. http://progressivemovementpt.com/


Oh.. I didn't see that there were two places mentioned in the original message. I was talking about finish line with the insurance concerns.
I'll check them all again on Monday.
Thanks for your help.
2013-09-07 2:57 PM
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Originally posted by RunAmySwim

I recommend either Finish Line PT on 23rd&6th or NEw York Sports Med &PT which has 3 offices. Both have excellent therapists who understand the needs of an athlete.


Do you recommend someone specific at ny sports med?


2013-09-12 4:17 PM
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Where are you ? If you can travel to Westchester, there are some great people here.
2013-09-13 12:53 PM
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John Schneider in Manhattan. Nice guy and excellent ART practitioner.
2013-09-13 1:08 PM
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You didn't specifically say where you are, but from other posts, it seems the city.

I have treated this problem for about 20 yrs with various treatments. A combination of various manual therapies, and passive therapies work the best amongst other exercises/stretches.  So if you are in the Babylon area( maybe if you work in city but live on the island) I may be able to help, if not, good luck to you....you can check me out and learn more about me. If the website link does not show up you can click it at the footer of this post......again good luck    www.southlakechiro.com



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2013-09-14 7:33 PM
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I'm in midtown manhattan so I'm trying to find someone who understand sport injuries and the injury owners needs .
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