NYC Physical Therapy Clinic Offers Pathway to Quick Recovery

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NYDNRehab Clinic introduces a groundbreaking approach using biofeedback technology to determine athlete’s ability to return to field after an injury.

Biomechanical Analysis

Biofeedback motor control testin and training

New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy clinic is proud to introduce (for the first time in New York City) a groundbreaking approach for patients to find the quickest, most efficient, and safest way to recovery after an injury.

Most severe athletic injuries require prolonged periods of healing and intensive rehabilitation. And unfortunately, statistics have shown that even with a successful surgery and appropriate healing time the rate of re-injury is still very high; the problem is not the surgery, it is the recovery and thereafter. To ensure a proper recovery and to prevent re-injury, NYDNRehab uses biofeedback motor control testin and training.

Biofeedback motor control testin and training using force plate technology analyzes joint movements and muscle activity while the patient is in motion. The technology is non-invasive and is able to calculate the risk for injury and the readiness to return to sport-related activities. Furthermore, it generates biomechanical scores and specific recommendations for what needs to be worked on to achieve optimal readiness and recovery. Through the use of this technology, patients are educated and taught how to control and manage the forces exerted during movement. With this knowledge, they are able to correctly perform certain movements to reduce the risk of re-injury and to move towards a quicker recovery. This technology and methodology was created in University of South Californis sports injury and biomechanics lab . It allows a physician, therapist and an athlete to define current status, monitor progress and test the readiness for return to play.

Biofeedback motor control training is ideal for those who have suffered from lower extremity disorders and injuries such as knee instability, ACL tears, labrum tears, severe ankle sprains, patella-femoral pain syndrome and patelar dislocation.

NYDNRehab is dedicated to assist patients in finding the correct pathway to rehabilitation. For more information on how to improve the rate of your recovery and to maintain positive results please call us 866-311-5889 or visit us online at

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