Manhattan Lower Back Pain Physiatry Physical Rehabilitation Services Launched

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, a Manhattan physical therapy clinic, launched a comprehensive range of therapeutic solutions for patients suffering from lower back pain and other conditions. The clinic provides complete services, working with a diverse team of physical therapy experts, medical doctors and chiropractors.

New York, United States - August 12, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, a Manhattan physical therapy clinic, announced an updated range of multidisciplinary services for patients suffering from lower back pain and other muscular and skeletal issues. The clinic offers a holistic approach for each specific condition, working with medical doctors, physical therapists, chiropractors and other experts to offer comprehensive professional treatments.

More information can be found at http://infinitysportsmedicine.com.

As more and more people spend a large portion of their day sitting down, the prevalence of back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions has increased considerably. Studies show that the average office worker spends at least five and a half hours in a seated position each working day. To alleviate such issues, professional physical therapy is essential.

To help patients recover from chronic and acute back pain, Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation launched an updated range of services, working with a diverse and multidisciplinary team of medical experts to provide holistic therapies for conditions including back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, knee and elbow injuries and many others.

New York patients can benefit from a wide range of procedures, including trigger point, soft tissue and joint steroid injections, hyaluronic acid knee joint treatment for arthritis, NCV/EMG, chiropractic procedures and various others.

The clinic has extensive experience using various therapies to help patients recover from lower back conditions such as disc herniations, lumbar radiculopathy, degenerative disc disease, osteoporosis, sciatica and many others.

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation strives to provide a comprehensive, holistic approach to each individual case. For this purpose, the clinic works with a team of dedicated professionals in various fields, including medical doctors, physical therapists, sports injury experts, chiropractors and various others.

Patients suffering from acute and chronic lower back pain benefit from same-day appointments and one-on-one consultations with the Manhattan team of physical therapy experts.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen Kim
Organization: Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Address: 55 West 19th Street 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10011, United States
Phone: +1-212-488-3400

For more information, please visit http://www.InfinitySportsMedicine.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 228558

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