coronavirus COVID-19 updates

At Professional Physical Therapy, the health and safety of our patients and employees is our top priority.

The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined the standards for clinical operations. To continue providing the safest environment to protect the health of our employees and our patients, we have made significant changes to our protocols.

Physical Therapy has been deemed an essential service because of the ability to relieve emergency rooms and urgent care facilities of patients who need pain management solutions for physical limitations. We serve to address physical pain, weakness, and movement limitations for those whose daily living and independence are affected in a responsive and responsible manner.

We support and follow mandates issued by our local and federal agencies. We are regularly adapting our operations according to the safeguards they outline as best practices. As an essential service, we understand it is our obligation to abide by the highest levels of sanitation and safety standards.

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We will work in an effective way to get you back on your feet, focused on your wellness during and after therapy.

Service Offerings

The Majority of Our Clinics are Open

Our numerous office locations are an advantage to us and have allowed us to consolidate where we treat patients in-clinic while our patient volumes have slowed.

Telehealth Appointments Are Now Available

for new and existing patients. We launched as a way for our patients to continue their physical or occupational therapy at home as we know some patients may not be comfortable in-clinic at the moment. You can now meet with our licensed therapists via smartphone, tablet, or web browser.

In-Home Physical Therapy

for acute new patient evaluations and Medicare patients. This is currently available in select areas.

Updated Last: Thursday, June 25, 2020

Of our 185 offices, the following clinics are currently rerouting patients to other locations.

Clinic Closures:

NE Spencer
NE Allston
NE Boston 10 (Fin. Dist.)
NJ Saddle Brook
NJ Summit
NJ Paramus
NJ Parsippany
NY East 49th St.
NY Union Square
NY Mt. Kisco
NY Grand Central Station
NY Columbus Circle
NY Tribeca
NY Wall Street
NY Penn Plaza
NY Brookfield Place
NY East 43rd St
NY West 92nd St.
NY East 54th St.
NY Roslyn
NY Great Neck
NY Melville
NY West Islip
NY Queens Village
NY Mamaroneck
NY White Plains
NY Armonk

For our Blink and Equinox closures, here are clinics where patients can continue therapy:

  • Melville PT appointments move to Copiague or Huntington
  • Melville HT appointments move to Hicksville and Huntington
  • Queens Village appointments move to Bayside Queens
  • Great Neck appointments move to Garden City and New Hyde Park
  • Roslyn appointments move to Williston Park
  • West Islip appointments move to Copiague (available M W F)

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