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Shift Integrative Medicine

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Shift recognizes that pain and injury are often hidden opportunities for personal transformation. So we offer you an integrative approach, one that acknowledges not only the physical but also the spiritual, emotional and energetic components of your health. Together we treat the whole you.

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Why Patients Choose Us

  • Holistic, Integrative Approach
  • One-on-One Therapy
  • Board Certified Therapists
  • Free Phone Consultations
  • Free Gym Use for Clients
  • Warm, Healing Environment
  • Collaborative Model
  • Effective Treatment Plans
  • Early Morning & Late Evening Hours
  • Locker Rooms with Showers
  • Compassionate and Supportive Team
  • State-of-the-Art Facility
  • Location (Union Square)
  • Complimentary Health Benefit Verifications
  • Insurance Accepted

From Our Blog

Running Sucks. And I Love It.

Written by Alli Cost, Occupational Therapist and Movement Coach. As we prepare to head into the cooler fall months AKA running season in NYC, it is the perfect time to head outside and hit the pavement. For many people the thought of running conjures up strong feelings one way or the other. Whether this was…

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An A to Zen of Health and Wellness…

Written by Elisa Henry Morton, Holistic Health Coach With so many buzzwords making their way through the wellness world it’s hard to distinguish your kombucha from your kefir, let alone know what is fact from fiction. In this month’s blog we help you break down some of the latest trends as well as celebrate some…

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12 Surprising Facts about Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy at Shift

Written by Megan Stancill, PT, DPT. Physical Therapist and Registered Yoga Teacher  It’s comfortable We will treat you in our private serene treatment room.  You will lie on a comfortable padded table with a sheet draped over your lap, no stirrups or paper sheets.  We don’t use a speculum to assess the pelvic floor as…

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