Welcome to Scarsdale Physical Therapy
Are you experiencing back pain or suffering the after-effects of an accident or stroke? Are you concerned that osteoporosis or scoliosis will rob you of your ability to live an independent life? Do you want to regain the ability to play golf or tennis? We got your back!
Scarsdale Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation Services is Westchester County’s leading provider of rehabilitative services for people who want to alleviate all types of pain, including neck, back and leg pain, whether the cause is chronic illness, accidental injury or strain due to over-exercise.
We consult closely with your doctor to provide the treatment that will lead to a full recovery and get you back to work and/or play as soon as possible; we also help you deal effectively with your insurance company so that financial worries do not contribute to your health problems.
Massimo Pulvarenti M.S.PT is a graduate of Mercy College with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. He has a wealth of experience treating patients with sports injuries, post surgical patients whether it be joint replacement, fractures or ligament/tendon tears. He is also up to date on the latest trends for treating people who have suffered a stroke.
All of our staff attend continuing education courses to expand their knowledge and to remain current on treatment protocols. Our center’s outstanding record of performance attracts patients from all over Westchester County and New York City, which is within easy commuting distance by car and rail.
Physical Therapy White Plains, Eastchester, Tuckahoe, Bronxville, Mamaroneck & New Rochelle, Westchester NY.
Scarsdale Physical Therapy is located in Scarsdale, New York at 83 Montgomery Avenue. We service patients all over the New York metro area, including White Plains, Eastchester, Tuckahoe, Bronxville, Mamaroneck & New Rochelle. We are one of the leading Physical Therapy Clinics in Westchester County. Schedule your appointment today!
Our full range of treatments for pediatric, adolescent and adult populations includes:
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- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Sports related injuries
- Joint replacements
- Osteoporosis and Osteopenia
- Rotator cuff rehabilitation
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Developmental Disorders
and Developmental Delays