- We strive to provide the best in conservative, non-surgical treatments to those who have suffered sports-related injuries in order to bring those patients back to full health.
Sports & Performance Medicine
Sports and Performance medicine focuses on optimizing athletic performance, as well as preventing and treating various types of injuries one encounters during sports or exercise. We diagnose and treat injuries through the use of non-invasive, non-surgical techniques with the goal of returning the patient to full performance. We are also able to provide pain-reduction treatments for both acute, sudden and chronic, long-term pain.
Physical therapy is often used in the treatment of sports related injuries. Its focus is on improving the patient’s condition by using various strengthening and stretching exercises. It is completely non-invasive and extremely effective in treating musculoskeletal disorders, as well as physical injuries. We use a variety of physical therapy treatment options including ultrasound, joint and spine mobilization/manipulation, hot and cold packs, therapeutic exercises, and electrical stimulation modalities.
Rehabilitation is crucial in regaining, improving and maintaining ones strength and mobility. As rehabilitation specialists, we can quickly diagnose and provide treatment for a variety of injuries affecting nerves, muscles, and bones. Our methods of conservative, non-invasive rehabilitation treatments are especially vital in treating many sports-related injuries.
Electrodiagnostic testing measures the speed and degree of electrical activity in your muscles and nerves. This innovative diagnostic tool is very useful in deciphering the cause of symptoms such as pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness. Electrodiagnostic testing is one of the most reliable ways of determining if nerves and muscles are functioning properly.
The medical treatment procedures we use at City Sports Medicine consist of proven and effective non-invasive, non-surgical and conservative techniques.See More
"I highly recommend Dr. Feuerman and his practice. He not only eliminated my back pain, his physical therapist helped me become a healthier, fitter person. Once the physical therapy was no longer needed, instead of pushing me to get more to make more money, he shared with me that I am ok to stop, saving me and my company time and money."
"Dr Feuerman as a doctor and his office, in general, were wonderfully warm, professional, and helpful. I had horrible experiences with other doctors related to understanding my foot injury and they were the light in the dark tunnel of trying to figure everything out. I don't want to "have" to go back to them but if I ever needed to - I'd go in a heartbeat."
"I truly enjoyed my experience with Dr. Feuerman and his staff. I was able to complete all documents before my arrival so after being greeted, signing a few forms and offered a bottled water I was seen immediately. He was very personable, I felt comfortable speaking with him and I am in agreement with his treatment regime for my hip pains. I would highly recommended him and look forward to starting my therapy next week."
"Dr. Feuerman was the friendliest and most patient, caring doctor I have met in New York City. He took the time to explain things to me and was very thorough and effective in his diagnosis. Furthermore, his receptionist is lovely and the doctor's rooms are bright and airy and filled with art! Overall, a very positive experience."
"Finally, a doctor who takes the time to listen to you! Also very empathetic. I would highly recommend :)"
"REALLY nice office staff and thorough with his questions. Really nice that he has physical therapists IN his office as well-means the doctor and the physical therapists likely communicate more than if you were seeing outside physical therapists-and that means more connected/cohesive care!"
"I was training for my first marathon, running with multiple injuries that I did not care about. I completed my first marathon, somehow, but finished in pretty bad shape. Yeah, walking hurt.I proceeded to run a 5k race after that because I was crazy, then turned myself into Dr Feuerman...."