Welcome to Hudson Valley Physical Therapy

Hudson Valley Physical Therapy is a therapist owned private practice located in Hartsdale (Westchester County), New York. We specialize in pelvic health and rehabilitation. We also focus on physical therapy for men and women with abdominal, pelvic or adhesion-related disorders. We provide rehabilitation for pelvic floor dysfunction, perinatal musculoskeletal issues and chronic pain and dysfunction, with an additional focus on the abdomen and pelvis. Our therapy can play a key role in treating abdominal and pelvic problems and the complex issues women and men often face.

At Hudson Valley Physical Therapy, our mission is to enhance the overall physical health, quality of life and wellness of women and men and help them to return to the lifestyle they enjoy. We are committed to providing high quality, individualized physical therapy. We feel that education and self-empowerment are integral components in each patient's rehabilitation, so treatment programs are customized to meet each individual's specific goals and needs.

Out-of-town patients who travel to attend our 5-day Clear Passage programs appreciate our close proximity to New York’s Grand Central Station (30-40 minutes by car or train), the theater, restaurants and other attractions of the largest city in the U.S. Locals appreciate our location in Westchester County and our proximity to Putnam, Rockland and Fairfield Counties, the Bronx, and surrounding areas.

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Hudson Valley Physical Therapy

Hudson Valley Physical Therapy emphasizes quality one on one treatment sessions for women and men.

Our services include:

At Hudson Valley Physical Therapy, we provide interventions for a variety of symptoms, including but not limited to:

Musculoskeletal Pain

  • Groin Pain
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Coccygodynia (coccyx or tailbone pain)

Urinary Dysfunction

  • Urinary frequency (urinating more than every 2 hours)
  • Urinary urgency (strong urge to void, but often the bladder is not full)
  • Stress incontinence (loosing urine w/ coughing/sneezing/laughing)
  • Urge incontinence (inability to hold urine during strong urges)
  • Interstitial Cystitis, also known as Painful Bladder Syndrome

Bowel Dysfunction

  • Pain before, during or after a bowel movement
  • Anal Incontinence (involuntary loss of stool or gas or staining of underclothes)
  • Incomplete Defecation (inability to have a complete bowel movement)
  • Constipation