Great Neck Physical Therapy
Metro Physical Therapy in Great Neck is a leading provider of Physical Therapy in New York and one of our nine Long Island locations.
1000 Northern Blvd #150
Great Neck, NY 11020
Great Neck Office Hours
Services offered at this location
Physical Therapy & Orthopedic Therapy
At METRO Physical & Aquatic Therapy's Great Neck Location, you’ll find caring, skilled physical therapists with specialized training in orthopedic manual therapy. Our therapists have the background and experience to treat all musculoskeletal injuries.
RANGE OF EXPERTISE:
• Trigger Point Therapy
• Kinesio Tape
• Sports Injuries & Concussion Interventions
• Sports Conditioning
Metro Physical & Aquatic Therapy's Great Neck location is a leading provider of Occupational Therapy on Long Island. Occupational therapy services may include comprehensive evaluations of the client’s home and other environments (e.g., workplace, school), recommendations for adaptive equipment and training in its use, and guidance and education for family members and caregivers. Occupational therapy practitioners have a holistic perspective, in which the focus is on adapting the environment to fit the person, and the person is an integral part of the therapy team.
Metro's Great Neck Pediatric physical therapy deals with a wide variety of problems that may affect your child's development from infancy through the teen years. Our goal is to ensure that your child's physical capabilities for everyday activities are the best that they can be.
Our experienced physical therapists understand that a child with a disability or accident related injury needs to be engaged during treatment, and that a positive attitude is essential for successful care.
Conditions we treat:
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Gross Motor Delays
Deficits in Gait and Balance
Impairments in Strength & Range of Motion
Torticollis, or “wry neck,” is a condition in which a child’s head is tilted in one direction. If left untreated, it may lead to:
Delayed cognitive development
Delayed whole body awareness
Difficulties with balance
Our Great Neck therapists (experienced in treating torticollis and plagiocephally) work closely with the child and his/her caregiver to prevent this from happening. We work on passive stretching, therapeutic exercises, positioning, and proper motor development.
Metro's Great Neck therapists are specially trained to detect and treat balance problems caused by neurologic and orthopedic problems as well as inner ear or vestibular disorders. Balance problems can be caused by lower extremity (legs, feet and ankles) deconditioning, weakness and peripheral neuropathies, including diabetic neuropathy.
People who suffer from balance disorders may experience symptoms such as:
Sensations of Dizziness or Vertigo
Falling or the Sensation of Falling
Lightheadedness or Faintness
Difficulty with Reading or Vision
Nausea & Vomiting
Changes in Heart Rate & Blood Pressure
Fear, Anxiety & Panic
Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD) is a broad term that encompasses disorders of the temporomandibular joint and its associated anatomical structures. The disorder may be intra-articular, due to inflammation, internal structural changes (internal derangement) or degeneration, or it may be extra- articular due to imbalance or over-activity of the jaw muscles, commonly the muscles of mastication or the cervical muscles.
Non-invasive, conservative treatments have found to be effective for the treatment of TMD and facial pain. Metro’s evidence based and state-of-the-art treatments are very effective in relieving and managing TMD. Even when the symptoms are long-standing and severe, we have self-managing tips we will share with you to help with your symptoms. With appropriate physical therapy, most patients will see a significant improvement in their symptoms within 3 to 6 weeks.
Serving the Great Neck, Manhasset, and Lake Success communities. 1/2 mile north of the Long Island Expressway, conveniently located on Northern Blvd .
Complimentary valet parking available downstairs, with elevator access to the lobby.