About ActiveCare PT:


  • Our therapists are licensed in New York State and active members in the American Physical Therapy Association. We have advanced training in joint mobilization and myofascial release techniques.
  • We are dedicated practitioners with a passion for the profession and a comprehensive, holistic approach to treatment and healing. We treat each patient as an individual and treat the whole person, with a plan of care designed to meet the patient’s set goals for health, functionality and a return to work, tasks and activities. We network with a team of physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists and massage therapists in order to provide guidance to other modalities that may be effective in the patients’ care.
  • Physical Therapist and owner Karena Wu is a graduate of the Program in Physical Therapy at Columbia University and is affiliated with several healthcare organizations in New York City. She is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Kinesio Taping Practitioner and Pilates Instructor, and uses SpiderTech Taping.
  • ActiveCare is primarily an out-of-network facility. We accept all insurance with out-of-network benefits and file for most major insurance plans. We work with all prospective patients to create workable payment plans regardless of insurance coverage.
  • ActiveCare accepts Medicare, No-Fault and Workers’ Compensation patients depending on schedule availability.
  • ActiveCare’s administrators provide seamless and efficient concierge-style client service to all of our patients. And the whole ActiveCare team makes sure your time with us is a beneficial, productive and enjoyable experience.

Get Back Into Running Post-Injury With This Interval Cardio Program

From Popsugar.com:

best-physical-therapist-for-running-nycWe are well into 2020 and everyone should have started their new year’s fitness routine. It was a stunning weekend to take your exercise outdoors and I saw a lot of runners in the East River Park on both Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures were in the middle 60’s in the middle of January! Many were running but the pavement is different than a treadmill. Also, a large majority of runners get hurt due to the repetitive stress and high impact nature of the sport of running.

NYC’s Best Physical Therapist Dr. Karena Wu coaches her clients on how to return to running when recovering from an injury. Running requires a gradual reintroduction of the elements and takes patience and education. When done correctly, it can get your back to your sport without reinjury. To learn the tips, click on the story here.

Full article link: https://www.popsugar.com/fitness/post-running-injury-cardio-workout-46936765

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