To all New York City Washington Heights, Hamilton Heights, Harlem, Inwood,  Riverdale, and nearby NY Yankee Bronx residents!

Call or text Now to schedule your PT Appointment! Come to KinesioWorks, its time to Get your FREE voucher consult!

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We now accept walk-in patients based on availability. 

Please call to inquire (212-740-2049). Also, you can Call or Text: 718-839-3046. We also have a live chat in our website located at the bottom right of the page for any questions related to your rehab physical therapy health and wellness. 

Attention all NYC High School and College Varsity Track Athletes, we still offer a free 15-minute consult every Wednesday from 3:30PM-6PM.

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KinesioWorks Physical Therapy

We currently accept the following health insurances: Aetna, Affinity, Centers Plan for Healthy Living, Cigna, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Elderplan, Fidelis Care, EmblemHealth-GHI, Healthfirst, Humana, MetroPlus, United Health Care, Village Care Max, Medicare and Medicaid (straight), Magnacare, Multiplan, Wellcare, WC, 1199 SEIU​.

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COVID-19 Safety Protocols!

Covid 19-Safety

To our dear patients, families, referring doctors, community leaders, and health insurance network managers,

We at KinesioWorks Physical Therapy, PC highly prioritize and are committed to the health and wellness of our patients and staff. We continue to monitor the events related to the spread of the novel coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) and update ourselves with the most recent guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYDOHMH), and the state and federal government agencies.

Our new office is now open located at 1980 Amsterdam Avenue Ground Floor Unit 1B, New York, New York 10032.

As per the CDC, having a healthy and hygiene practices may help prevent or reduce the risk of getting infected:

1. If you have been fully vaccinated 2 weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series that include Pfizer, Moderna, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine (e.g. Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Vaccine, you are now allowed to practice the indoor protocols (not public) as per CDC guidelines:

1a. you can gather indoors (not public) with fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask.

2. Proper use of face mask, maintain safe distancing, frequent use of hand sanitizer and wash your hands frequently especially before meals, after using the bathroom, after you sneeze or cough (Mineo, 2020).

3. Avoid touching your face with unclean hands.

4. Clean and disinfect frequently high touched surfaces or objects daily such as equipment, tables, countertops, doorknobs and handles, and cabinet handles.

5. Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or tissue and then promptly throw the tissue into the garbage receptacle.

Please visit the link below for a more detailed and complete guidelines from the CDC on how to protect yourself at home, at work, and in the community.

5. For more information for symptoms, testing, quarantine, and vaccinations, please visit the CDC website @

We all play an important role in the prevention of spread of coronavirus disease.

Together, we will get through this pandemic.

Keep calm and stay safe,

From your Family at KinesioWorks Physical Therapy, P.C.


CDC. (2021). Community, Work, and School.

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CDC. (2021). When you’ve been fully vaccinated.

How to protect yourself and others.

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Mineo, L. (2020). How to reduce the spread of coronavirus. The Harvard Gazette. Available at: