Run With Us! Wednesdays at 7pm starting this week!

Join Amanda and Ray this Wednesday, Sept 13th for Zion PT's new Run Group!

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Meet at Zion PT East

1556 Third Ave between 87th and 88th Street

7PM   Bag Drop & Dynamic Warmup

7:20PM  3-5 Mile Run in Central Park

All Paces Welcome! 

7:50PM Post-Run Stretching & Hydration

Sign Up!


Let Us Come To You! 


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Is the commute or your injury holding you back from getting the care that you deserve? This September, we welcome back Carolyn Yates, DPT to the Zion PT family.  She will be available to come direct to your home for your added convenience. Just call the office for your free benefit check and they will put you in touch with Carolyn directly to schedule. 


Introducing Brooke David, DPT

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We are excited to welcome Dr. Brooke David to the team at Zion PT West. She will be covering for Meghan during her maternity leave in addition to new patients with orthopedic, men's health, and women's health needs. 

Brooke received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College. She attended the University of Maryland where she was a double major, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jewish Studies. At Maryland, she participated in a research study at the Baltimore VA, analyzing the effects of robotic therapy on patients who have suffered a stroke. She also became an ACE certified personal trainer during her time in undergrad. At New York Medical College, Brooke's Doctoral Project explored the relationship between running related injuries and range of motion in runners. A runner herself, Brooke enjoyed analyzing each runner's body mechanics helping improve their running gait. Read More


Zion Blog: Running Strong Through the Trimesters



Read Meghan's final blog post before her maternity leave, all about running during pregnancy. You'll find tips on gear, how to safely structure your runs, and the best ways to prevent injury and leakage.

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In fitness and health,

Zion Physical Therapy