Below is a list of the top and leading Sports Massage Therapists in New York. To help you find the best Sports Massage Therapists located near you in New York, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
New York’s Best Sports Massage Therapists:
The top rated Sports Massage Therapists in New York are:
- Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky – Manhattan Sports Therapy
- Jeff Saxe – Sports Massage on 7th
- Robin Ehrlich – Eastside Massage
- Mark Greenfield – On Your Mark Sports Massage & Fitness
- Beret Kirkeby – Body Mechanics Orthopedic Massage
Manhattan Sports Therapy
Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky proudly treats elite athletes, celebrities, and patients throughout the New York area. Even if you consider yourself as an everyday exercise enthusiast, our Board Certified therapist understands your goals, and most importantly, understands your fitness level. Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky has undergone all the necessary hours of training needed to perform the most cutting-edge practices in sports injury treatment and prevention.
As a board certified chiropractic sports physician, Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky specializes in sports medicine and treating all types of sports-related injuries. At his Manhattan sports medicine practice, he successfully treats all types of patients from, professional athletes and celebrities, to everyday New Yorkers.
Physical Rehab, Acupuncture, Sports Massage, Sports Medicine, Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, Chiropractic, Cold-Laser Light Therapy, Cox Flexion-Distraction, Kinesiology Taping, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Pre and Post-Operative Rehab, Pain Management, Posture Analysis, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, Workplace / Station Ergonomics, Sport Performance / Nutrition, Custom Orthotics
“I have been seeing Dr. Nemirovsky for 3+ years and 6 marathons and would recommend him to any runner or athlete! He has helped me through several Achilles challenges, including during race week. He is thorough and makes sure to explain what I should do to improve muscle strength and stability to avoid future injuries. Excellent bedside manner. He provides useful training and overall health guidance as well. I think of him as an extension of my marathon training program. Highly recommend!” -Mia Ficerai
Sports Massage on 7th
Jeff Saxe has been practicing deep tissue, sports and medical massage for 15+ years. Jeff has extensive experience working with marathon runners, triathletes, swimmers, cyclists, Cross fitters, martial artists, aerialists, tennis players and everything in between.
Jeff is also privileged to work with members of the NYC Performing Arts community – Ballet and Modern dancers, Classical musicians, Opera singers, Actors and Broadway babies.
“Massage therapy is the sweet spot where art and science meet: Part training, part experience, part intuition and part creativity. My hands-on style is an intense blend of power, technique, sensitivity and focus. “
“ I like to keep it simple. Treat the chief complaint. Make sure you leave feeling better than when you came in. If I can find and address an underlying cause, treat a secondary issue in the same session or demonstrate self-care tips – I will.”
Robin Ehrlich, Director of Eastside Massage Therapy Center, is a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist with over 35 years of experience and has an extensive background in advanced medical massage. She has worked at the International Center for the Disabled (ICD) within the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with notable physical therapists as well as at the Rehabilitation Services Department at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Outside the treatment room, Robin Ehrlich has delivered lectures about Manual Lymph Drainage at the world-renowned Rockefeller University. She has also taught courses on Deep Muscle Therapy Massage for the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences as well as for the American Massage Therapy Association.
Signature Therapeutic, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal Massage, Medical Message, Sports Massage, Energy Balancing, Foot Reflexology, Acupressure/Shiatsu, Swedish Massage, Thai Massage, Reiki, Cranial Sacral Massage
“Best therapist I’ve been to. Highly recommended!” -A.L.
On Your Mark Sports Massage & Fitness
Mark Greenfield is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Personal Trainer with 15 years of experience He is a graduate of the world-renowned Swedish Institute in New York City and has master-level training in Active Release Techniques and Medical Massage. Mark has provided over 10,000 hours of massage therapy and personal training for clients seeking a wide range of fitness goals and injury recovery needs.
Mark believes strongly in a customized program model and understands that each person has essential needs, limitations, goals and a unique story that requires a careful and thoughtful adaptation of movement and exercise science to meet individual goals. Bringing to the table a deep foundation in anatomy, physiology and movement science, his long term clients will tell you that “Mark knows the human body like no other person I have ever met.”
Active Release / Medical Massage, Personal Training, Massage Therapy, Pre / Post Natal, Self-Myofascial Lesson
“Mark is definitely a miracle healer. Chronic pain has been a silent struggle for the past two years. He is really kind and understanding. Mark is very knowledgeable about the human anatomy and pays close attention to detail during therapy sessions. I’ve had several visits and I have made tremendous progress in my bodily movements. Will continue with treatment and eventually start personal training with him soon. Highly recommend!” -Harmon Hossain
Body Mechanics Orthopedic Massage
Beret Kirkeby – Athletic all her life, Beret has been competitive in multiple disciplines. She is currently an active runner and yoga teacher. After completing her BA, her degree in massage therapy was earned from Kikkawa College in Ontario, Canada, which requires a comprehensive two year plus college level course of study. In addition to the New York standards, Beret completed 2 years of full time intensive study in Orthopedic Massage, Assessment, Fascia Manipulation and Rehabilitate exercise. As part of her massage graduation requirement, she completed internships at a Parkinson’s clinic, an AIDS hospice, and a Naturopathic doctor’s office. In her first post-graduation years, she practiced at a Medical Massage clinic, specializing in automobile accident and workman’s compensation patients.
After living in Thailand and Bali for a year, where she practiced and taught Thai massage at ITM school in Chiaing Mai, Thailand, and became certified as a yoga instructor through Sacred School of the Arts, she returned home to New York City in 2011. She is licensed in both New York state and in Ontario, Canada (CMTO). She also is certified in Fascial Movement Taping, pregnancy, hot stones, Thai massage and aromatherapy. She spent two years working as a prenatal massage expert. Beret also has trained and practiced massage designed specifically for post-operative breast cancer patients. Moved by her desire to share her unique educational experience, she opened this clinic to create a place where people can achieve their physical goals with the aid of body work.
Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage, Medical Massage, TMJ Massage, Post Mastectomy Massage, Runners Massage
“Beret is an excellent massage therapist. As a former physical therapist I can easily state that she knows her stuff. She uses techniques that most massage therapists in the United States don’t know about.” -Judith Exler
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