An integrative approach to sports medicine and high standard of personalized care make NYPT Health and Rehab the best place to go in New York City for physical therapy and more. Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan’s Flatiron District, NYPT Health and Rehab offers everything you need to bounce ...
With over 10 years experience practicing physical therapy in the state of New York, Rich Sarmiento, MPT has helped countless men and women become stronger and pain-free. Mr. Sarmiento currently owns and practices at NYPT Health and Rehab, where he provides one-on-one care to every patient he treats in the Flatiron District of Midtown Manhattan in New York City. After earning his bachelor’s degree from Long Island University-Brooklyn, Mr. Sarmiento completed his master’s in adult rehabilitation at Boston University. He’s currently a registered physical therapist in the state of New York. As a physical therapist, Mr. Sarmiento’s dynamic approach to rehab emphasizes education, prevention, and personalized care. Patients seek him out for his thorough attention to detail, as well as his personable, yet professional, manner. Mr. Sarmiento’s expertise in physical therapy encompasses a broad range of sports medicine and orthopedic conditions. His comprehensive clinical exercise program provides patients with a reliable approach to health care by both improving functional movement and implementing strength and conditioning protocols.
Michelle has recently moved to NYC from Australia. She has been working for the last eight years in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy treating common sporting injuries, runners and triathletes. Michelle spent 3 years working with professional golfers around the world as a Physiotherapist on the Men’s European Tour, Ladies PGA, Ladies European Tour, Men’s Asian Tour and Qualifying School. She spent time alongside the medical team at the Tour de Suisse Cycling event in Switzerland and has done further study in Physiotherapy for Cycling injuries in Italy. Michelle’s expertise is in the prevention and management of injury. She has a special interest in the management of tendinopathy and overload injuries and has worked closely with athletes to improve their performance and prevent injury.