We’ve made some BIG changes here at SPEAR…literally! We’re excited to announce the expansion of SPEAR Physical Therapy’s 70 Pine St clinic! One of our premier locations in the Financial District, this beautiful and modern gym space is now safer and offering more availability for our patients to book treatment!
This new extra space with an open gym concept offers ample space, so you can move about freely as you work through your exercises and treatment plan. The space also allows for easy separation, keeping everyone safe and secure during this transition from the COVID pandemic. The gym is a beautifully lit space, with plenty of windows for natural light and an entire spread of brand new machines and equipment, making your experience at SPEAR even more pleasant.
Located on the first floor, and now with a new store front/sidewalk entry located right on Pearl Street, its quick and easy to come into the clinic.
Most notably, however, is the convenience: more space means more availability! Our often-booked clinic is now able to accommodate more appointments than ever before, so you can get the treatment you need sooner!
Conveniently located in the Financial District near the 2,3,4,5,A,C,J and Z subway lines, near the Brooklyn Bridge and right off the FDR Drive, it’s easy to get to with local transportation or by driving. Situated comfortably near many NYC attractions, including Pier 15, the Charging Bull statue, the Seaport District, it’s a perfect and convenient location for your physical therapy needs.
Whether you’re looking for treatment for a specific concern or simply looking to improve your athletic performance, our expert team of therapists will work with you for the best personalized treatment plan. W e can conveniently schedule around your availability and work with you one-on-one for a personalized plan to treat your specific needs.
It’s time you achieve your goals and get back to life!
Joshua Rieders, PT, DPT, CSCS is the Clinical Director at SPEAR 70 Pine. Josh is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Josh’s clinical experience includes orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, acute rehabilitation, and adult neurological rehabilitation. Josh focuses on manual therapy techniques and neuromuscular reeducation to maximize translation to functional movement patterns.During his free time, he enjoys the outdoors, cooking, fishing, and spending time with family and friends.