Exercise, at all physical levels, results in adverse changes in muscle function. Specific personalized Physical Therapy evaluations by Roy Goldberg R.P.T., a very senior and experienced P.T., will help to prevent new and chronic injuries and allow you to passionately enjoy your favorite sports through-out your life. Muscle balancing evaluations are individualized and very comprehensive, often lasting as long as an hour. Athletes of all types, and others who just want to work out free of injury greatly benefit from these evaluations, and the individualized exercises Mr. Goldberg teaches along with them. Participants may videotape or take photos of the proactive therapeutic exercises. In just minutes a few times per week, without needing to give up any of the rest of your workout routine, you can enjoy Muscle Balance!
Roy Goldberg R.P.T. has received hundreds of glowing testimonials, but we are not putting them here, and are not using patients' names due to confidentiality agreements. He has treated and received testimonials from the number one rock climbers and boulderers in the world, male and female, actors who have won Lifetime Achievement Awards, The Father of American Fitness, many professional athletes and top martial artists, the youngest Judo Olympian, orthopedic surgeons, and many other people.
Please call 347.231.0514 to schedule your appointment with Mr. Goldberg. He will be in the East Lyme area offering his services on:
Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Thursday, October 10th, 2013
About Roy Goldberg, RPT
Since graduation from Columbia college of Physicians and Surgeons Department of Physical Therapy in 1974, Roy A. Goldberg has studied neuroanatomy and its effects on movement with some of the leading practitioners in the field for nearly four decades.
Having owned three Physical Therapy practices in the New York area, Mr. Goldberg now serves as a consultant treating unique, challenging and difficult physical therapy cases in New York and Connecticut. He is also a designer of innovative exercise equipment. Mr. Goldberg serves as an associate professor of Sports Sciences at Long Island University, having taught numerous courses, including Advanced Analysis of Human Motions and Physiology of Exercise. Mr. Goldberg has also been one of the examiners for the NYS Examination for PT licenses.
In addition to his vast Physical Therapy knowledge, Mr. Goldberg is an internationally recognized martial arts instructor. He is currently the East Coast Representative of the North American Daito Ryu Aiki Jujutsu Kodo Kai (NADRAKK). He has also served as an instructor for the New York City Police Department (NYPD) Police Club, where he worked with NYPD Emergency Services Unit (ESU). He also conducted quarterly seminars for the U.S. Special Forces, including U.S.M.C. Force Recon and U.S. Navy Seals. In addition, Goldberg Sensei trained and instructed the Head of Security for the 56th Secretary of State. He currently trains Federal Law Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
This extensive background allows Mr. Goldberg to see the patient in a different light, combining western and eastern medicine and philosophies. He is also an avid rock climber and evaluates movement impairment syndromes which can effect the climber's maximum performance.