Injuries Treated by Body Part

  • Foot and Ankle Injuries

    Foot and Ankle Surgeries

  • Hand and Wrist Injuries

    Hand and Wrist Surgeries

  • Elbow Injuries

    Elbow Surgeries

  • Lumbar and Lower Back Injuries

    Lumbar / Low Back Surgeries

  • Shoulder and Rotator Cuff Injuries

    Shoulder and Rotator Cuff Surgeries

  • Hip Injuries

    Hip Surgeries

  • Knee Injuries

    • Strain/Sprain
    • Degenerative Joint Disease/Arthritis
    • Femur/Tibia Fractures
    • Patella Fractures
    • Anterior Cruciate Ligament Sprains/Tears
    • Posterior Cruciate Ligament Sprains/Tears
    • Medial Collateral/ Lateral Collateral Sprain/Tears
    • Meniscus Injuries/Tears
    • Chondromalacia Patella
    • Patello-Femoral Pain Syndrome
    • Contusion
    • ITB (Ilio-Tibial Band) Syndrome
    • Patella Tendonitis
    • Osgood Schlatter Disease

    Knee Surgeries

    • Fracture with Open Reduction Internal Fixation
    • Tibial Plateau Fracture
    • Total Knee Arthroplasty/ Replacement
    • Arthroscopy
    • Meniscal Repair
    • Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
    • Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
    • Lateral Release
    • Patella Re-Alignment
    • Patella “Re-Surfacing”
    • Chondroplasty

  • Neck Injuries

    Neck Surgeries

Other Services Offered at Paspa PT

  • Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy is a form of physical therapy designed to treat people with vertigo and balance problems. Vertigo and balance problems can be related to a variety of diagnoses of peripheral or central nervous system origin. It is important to have an extensive evaluation and an accurate diagnosis of your vestibular problem, by a physician, in order to properly treat this problem. The goal of Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy is to improve balance, decrease dizziness and to minimize falls by restoring normal vestibular function. Treatment can include balance, gait training, habituation exercises, postural re-training and therapeutic exercises to improve strength, flexibility and recovery strategies. Common diagnoses include:

  • Neurological Disorders are those that affect the central nervous and/or the peripheral nervous system. Our therapists have years of experience working with various neurological conditions. Physical therapy services are provided to patients to improve balance, gait and functional mobility to return to “everyday” life as independently as possible. Common Conditions

  • The Women’s Wellness Center at Paspa Physical Therapy encompasses strategies and interventions to promote and advance women’s health of all ages and populations. Our physical therapists have the specialized knowledge and skills needed to address the unique health issues of women, such as pregnancy related back pain, urinary incontinence, osteoporosis and rehabilitation after breast cancer surgery. Our philosophy is to promote overall fitness through detailed examination, intervention and education. We ensure high quality individualized care for women by women.

  • Ergonomics is a method of fitting a work area to the worker.  Its purpose is to reduce the amount of strain put on the body by identifying risk factors at the workstation.  We provide solutions to a healthier workstation layout and design, including monitor and document placement, provide education on proper seating, posture and movement.  We also work with you to identify job tasks, which may contribute to injury, e.g. excessive bending, reaching, standing, lifting and sitting. Ergonomic assessments are designed to prevent injuries and to avoid or minimize repetitive strain injury (RSI). Paspa physical therapy will provide on-site assessments and workplace recommendations. Please call to schedule an appointment 212-967-5337.  

  • Paspa Physical Therapy also offers physical therapy to the dance community. Dancers are a unique population to treat because of their flexibility, range of motion and repetitive injuries they acquire from hours of practice and little rest time. We work closely with our dance population to rehabilitate their injury, develop programs for injury prevention and to return them to performing their art of dance.



    Elbow / Wrist / Hand




  • The term sport injuries, in the broadest sense, refer to the kinds of injuries that occur during sports or exercise. Sports injuries can occur from accidents, poor training, “over-training”, improper equipment and from insufficient “warm-ups” or stretching. Although virtually any part of the body can be injured during sports or exercise, the term usually refers to injuries that involve the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system includes the muscles, bones, cartilage, ligaments and tendons. Below is a list of the most common sports injuries seen in our clinic:





    Ligament Injuries

    • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
    • Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL)
    • Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL)
    • Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL)
    • Patella Tendonitis
    • Jumper’s Knee
    • Runner’s Knee
    • Osgood’s Schlatters Disease
    • Compartment Syndrome
    • Shin Splints