Home » Health » “New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy” Offers The First Outpatient Gait Lab In NYC

The Gait Lab is but one of the several therapeutic techniques that separates NYDNR from its counterparts in Midtown Manhattan.

New York City, New York, January 13, 2015, New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy (NYDNR) is a well established multi-discipline physical rehab center based in the Midtown Manhattan area. Their use of cutting-edge rehab techniques, such as Gait Analysis, is the reason people come to them from far and wide. It is their core belief that patients can become pain free and independent of doctors only if they are educated on how to manage and reduce pain and physical dysfunction. There is a good reason why their Motto is: “Movement is Life”, and that is because they teach patients how to incorporate healthy movements and spinal health into their daily routine. The staff is highly trained in manual medicine, rehabilitation and chiropractic care.

Dr. Lev Kalika, founder of NYDNR, has revolutionized the methodology of treating back pain and other motor disorders by introducing Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) at his New York City practice. The results of this new method are quicker, deeper and longer lasting when compared with the conventional methodologies. Not every procedure works for everybody, and this is why there are several techniques available, such as: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Method (DNS), physical therapy, chiropractic methods, and other cutting edge rehabilitation techniques, such as Brugger Therapy, Kinesio Taping, sensory-motor stimulation, and Vojta therapy.

Advanced rehabilitation equipment is used to treat spinal disorders, including Spinal Decompression Therapy, which can allow “Bulging” Discs to recede once the inter-vertebral space is restored. Other successful rehab techniques in use include: Radial Shock Wave Therapy (EPAT), ATM, Balance Master, Skiers Edge, Spine force and Laser therapy. Gait Analysis has been proven beneficial for anybody that includes running as part of their life, whether in sports or just as a part of an exercise regimen. Gait analysis is the only tool which can quantify and measure the degree of functional limitation, movement impairment and disability. Usually, patients develop pain at the site of the compensation for a particular biomechanical or neuromuscular deficiency. The data obtained with their computerized gait analysis enables Dr. Kalika to see movement deviations, which are not visible during clinical examinations, and develop a treatment protocol to correct the problems.

For complete information, please visit: New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy (NYDNR)

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130 West 42 Street, Suite 1055
New York, NY 10036

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