Physical therapy (PT) is care that aims to ease pain and help you function, move, and live better. You may need it to: Relieve pain. Improve movement or ability. Prevent or recover from a sports injury.

60 minute therapy session $105


We accept major medical insurance and VA benefits for massage therapy, physical therapy, and acupuncture patients. In order to best serve you for insurance billing, click on the link below to verify your policy benefits by completing the online form. We will contact you as soon as the benefits are established. For veterans, contact your coordinator/physician for authorization, state that you would like to be treated at Riviera Spa Massage, and we will contact you to reserve your appointments.  

We are only accepting Aetna, Medicare, United Healthcare/Optum, Empire (NYShip), and Cigna. Other insurances will be accepted on a case by case basis..



Gait training can help improve your ability to stand and walk. Your doctor may recommend gait training if you've had an illness or injury that affects your ability to get around. It may help you gain independence in walking, even if you need an adaptive device.


Neuromuscular re-education is a technique used to restore normal body movement patterns. Your nerves and muscles work together to produce movement. Nerves send signals between your muscles and your brain about where, when and how fast to move.


Manual therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy delivered with the hands as opposed to a device or machine. In manual therapy, practitioners use their hands to put pressure on muscle tissue and manipulate joints in an attempt to decrease back pain caused by muscle spasm, muscle tension, and joint dysfunction..


Therapeutic exercise: Enables the patient or client to remediate or prevent impairments of body functions and structures, enhance activities and participation, reduce risk, optimize overall health, and enhance fitness and well-being. Therapeutic exercise may include aerobic and endurance conditioning and reconditioning; agility training; body mechanics training; breathing exercises; coordination exercises; developmental activities training; muscle lengthening; movement pattern training; neuromotor development activities training; neuromuscular education or reeducation; perceptual training; range of motion exercises and soft tissue stretching; relaxation exercises; and strength, power, and endurance exercises.


Therapeutic activities incorporate the use of multiple parameters, such as balance, strength, and range of motion, for a functional activity. Examples include lifting stations, closed kinetic chain activity, hand assembly activity, transfers (chair to bed, lying to sitting, etc), and throwing, catching, or swinging, etc.