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Teamwork

MPT Offers a Team Approach to Optimize Patient Outcomes.

With MPT’s Team Approach, two therapists work together to create and manage a patient’s treatment plan. TeaMPT will communicate and coordinate together to ensure that sessions are progressive and complement one another. With the Team Approach patients benefit from the skills, knowledge, and experience of two different therapists. When working with two therapists, there is also the added benefit of increased flexibility in scheduling.

MPT also offers Co-Treatment. Co-Treatment sessions involve two therapists providing treatment together within the same one-hour treatment. Co-Treatment includes all of the benefits of the Team Approach with the added benefit of more hands! With the extra set of hands, MPT can incorporate more hands-on treatment in a session to reduce pain and muscle tension and improve range of motion.

To learn more about the Team Approach and Co-Treatment at MPT, contact us below.

Contact us to schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of our therapists. The therapist will provide an individualized assessment to develop a customized treatment plan to help you attain your goals. We offer in-person visits at our clinics in Riverdale and the Upper West Side, concierge in-home sessions, and virtual visits over telehealth to cater to all of your needs.

We look forward to helping you achieve your wellness goals.
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