As one of Long Island's leading physical therapy clinics, our primary goal is to restore function and improve every patient's quality of life through caring, skillful, and personalized treatment using the best proven physical therapy methods and techniques. We strongly believe in the promotion of wellness and injury prevention through education. Our therapists are committed to continuing education to ensure professional growth in order to better serve every patient.
Trusted in the community for over 10 years, our skilled professionals have experience in both hospital and clinical settings and offer a variety of treatment methods to help you restore and maintain optimal physical function and mobility in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We have a diverse staff of physical therapy professionals including our two physical therapists, a certified personal trainer, and an aerobics instructor.
Gregory Beach is a Stony Brook University graduate with a degree in physical therapy. Greg is constantly expanding his knowledge of the human body and his physical therapy expertise and is currently pursuing his certification as a hand therapist. He is an expert in sports medicine and has trained college athletes and clients. Greg continues to stay active in the community as a volunteer and promotes active life styles in children by coaching soccer teams.
Greg is also certified as a full body ART therapist, which includes nerve entrapment, spinal, and upper and lower extremity Active Release Techniques (ART). Visit our ART page to learn more about how active release techniques can enhance your recovery and treatment.
A Stony Brook University graduate currently working towards his doctorate in Physical Therapy. Gary is currently enrolled in a residency program for Clinical Orthopedic Specialist. He has experience with pediatric developmental milestones, orthopedic injuries, and extensive experience with post surgical spine and extremities. He has worked with athletes of all ages from scholastic and collegial athletes to fitness hobbyists.