Are you searching for physical therapy in Midtown West? First Health Physical Therapy, led by founder Noah Hyman, has been serving the Manhattan community for nearly 20 years – providing clients with innovative techniques and state of the art equipment to help treat an abundance of complications. Combined with our personal training regimen, our staff has put together a dedicated group of individuals who are committed to providing patients with upper-echelon physical therapy and healthcare attention.
With over 20 years of clinical experience in Rehabilitation and Fitness fields, Noah is attentive, compassionate and understands the needs of an individual who is in pain. Having graduated from the Steinhardt School of Education at NYU in 1994 with a degree in Physical Therapy, Noah always wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. He has attained advanced training through courses specializing in Mobilization techniques (Maitland and Paris Mobilizations, Muscle Energy), Soft Tissue Mobilization, advanced Rehabilitation of the Shoulder, Knee and Ankle, The Rehabilitation of the Golf Injuries and Performance Enhancement of the Golf Swing and various courses in the Current Concepts of both Adult and Youth Sports Medicine.
Noah’s extensive background in orthopedic and sports medicine includes diverse outpatient clinics throughout the New York metropolitan area. He was affiliated with Beth Israel Medical Center (North and South) and interned for Hospital for Joint Diseases and The Brooklyn Hospital Center.
Noah founded First Health Physical Therapy in Midtown West in 2001 because he saw a growing need to provide compassionate and genuine care customized to each individual. He is currently affiliated with NYU, American Physical Therapy Association, NY Physical Therapy Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). Noah was featured in the book Bone Density Diet: 6 Weeks to a Strong Mind and Body by Dr. George Kessler, MD, on Osteoporosis prevention. Contact Noah and his team for Physical Therapy in Midtown West today!
Most traditional training programs are not effective because individuals rely on machines that isolate movements in single planes of motion. However, the human body does not work in this fashion. The human body works dynamically with movements in multiple planes of motion, with muscles working synergistically to produce force and maintain balance.
On your first visit, we will give you an initial evaluation. Your physical therapist will take a thorough history of your condition and then take specific tests and measurements to pinpoint your area to be treated. Your therapist will use this data to make a clinical judgment of your diagnosis and prognosis. Then your therapist will work together with you towards planning the best way to resolve the problems identified. Goals and plans for your therapy will be explained thoroughly before your following visits.
To schedule an appointment with our therapists, please call, fax or email us. Contact us and let’s get started with physical therapy in Midtown West!
We provide Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Physical Therapy in an integrative space that focuses on improving functional and athletic performance. First Health Physical Therapy incorporates the Sports Medicine model into its physical therapy and sports training program.
Once you have finished your rehab at FHPT. Continue your journey back to regular fitness level by attending one of our Balanced Body Programs or train with one of our trainers who are attentive to injuries and will who will help you achieve your fitness goals.
Wellness visit-have one of our skilled musculoskeletal PT’s review your Home Exercise Program, advance you program or assist you in preventing any further injuries and enhance your athletic performance (golf, tennis, basketball, soccer….)
If you have suffered a blown out elbow, get the help from our physical therapy in Midtown West. A blown out elbow is an acute injury caused from either direct trauma, penetrating injury, or a violent twisting/jerking motions. The pain will be sudden and it may result in a fracture of the upper arm or forearm bone at the elbow joint.
If you have suffered a hip injury from falling, our expert physical therapy in Midtown West can help. A fall can break your hip bone and cause the femoral head to fall out of place. Broken hips from falling generally occur in women aged 65 or older who have osteoporosis. For younger women, it may result from a more serious injury such as a car accident.
A pronation ankle sprain, or overpronation, can occur more commonly for those who have flat feet. This occurs when the arch of the foot collapses more downward or inward than normal. Those who tend to overpronate more are at higher risk for injury. If you have suffered a pronation ankle sprain, visit First Health PT for quality physical therapy in Midtown West.
*Depends on the exact level of the spine where the disc herniation occurs
SI joints dysfunction is diagnosed when this cartilage is damaged or worn away, the bones begin to rub on each other, and degenerative arthritis occurs. Degenerative arthritis occurs commonly in the SI joints, just like other weight-bearing joints of the body. One common cause of SI joint dysfunction is pregnancy. The additional weight and walking pattern associated with pregnancy place additional stress on the SI joints. Any condition that changes the normal walking pattern places increased stress on the SI joints. This could include a leg length discrepancy.
Degenerative disc disease describes the normal changes in your spinal discs as you age. Spinal discs are soft that separate the interlocking bones that make up the spine. It acts as shock absorbers for the spine, allowing it to flex, bend, and twist. Degenerative disc disease can take place throughout the spine, but it most often occurs in the discs in the lower back and the neck.
119 West 57th Street, Suite 212
between 6th and 7th Avenues
New York, NY 10019
Tel: 212 421 1740
Fax: 212 421 1750
We are easily accessible by the following subways:
N, Q, R at 57th and 7th Avenue or 5th Avenue at 59th St
F at 57th St and 5th Avenue
1, 2, A, B, C, D at Columbus Circle
B, D, E at 53rd St and 7th Avenue