Functional Rehab

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The goal with all of my patients/athletes is eventually for them to be able to treat little nagging injuries on their own as well as maintain good mobility in their tissues to stay healthy.

Functional movement means approximating movements used in real world situations. Rather than relying on machines that dictate the same narrow range of motion, workouts favor exercises that require greater coordination in full body motion.

Functional Rehab helps you to reclaim these natural positions and biomechanics which have been lost due to postural faults and repetitive motion injuries. 

Most successful injuries treated by Dr. Fidler:

  • Shoulder pain
  • Hip flexor strain (psoas issues)
  • Nerve entrapments in arms and legs
  • Herniated discs
  • Acute neck strains (torticollis)
  • Ankle sprains

Start Healing

Are you tired of being passed around between doctors and therapists who seem to not have a clue about what’s really going on with your body? Do you feel as if they are stringing you along only to bleed your insurance benefits dry? This vicious, inefficient situation is a very common practice in NYC. However, there is another alternative.

Dr. Jason Fidler works under a different model of care: one that designs an efficient and individually tailored treatment protocol involving as few visits as possible. This model combines manual therapy and physical therapy. Unlike those cookie-cutter exercise print outs you’ve received from failed physical therapy sessions in the past, you will learn new techniques each visit, which will enable you to perform necessary self-maintenance.

Through the course of treatment patients will learn about:

  • Postural awareness and developing better overall biomechanics
  • How to avoid common and preventable movement dysfunction and injury
  • Remaining Injury Proof
  • Developing effective abdominal/spine stabilization strategies
  • Applying neuro-muscular stretching methods
  • Developing techniques to address common myo-fascial pain/dysfunction
  • Understanding how to treat soft tissue injuries