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Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance
60 Reade Street
New York, NY 10007


Fusion at Chelsea Piers
Pier 60 – 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011


(212) 924-4920 Phone
(212) 924-0225 Fax


At Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, we blend clients’ individual rehabilitation and training needs with input from their physicians, sports team coaches and alternative-care practitioners to build a personalized fitness program. All parties are in constant dialogue so that whether clients are in peak condition or recovery, they receive a team-approach to their athletic goals.

We call our philosophy of injury treatment, prevention and performance training the Triple Play Program. Comprised of Rehab, Prehab and Back-to-Play, Triple Play was initially developed for our professional athletes but is now available to any athlete, age 12-112.

The Triple Play Program combines cardio, strength-training, plyometrics, agility, balance, core and speed work orchestrated by a Sports Performance Specialist (SPS) under the hawk-eye of a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DTP) to give athletes 60 minutes of customized programming that nets quantifiable results.



Triple Play Program

With Triple Play, clients have the choice of:

  • REHAB: Athletes in this division are training to improve; their work involves restoration and acceleration of recovery from either injury or chronic condition. Fusion athletes rehab like the pros, shaving months off recuperation.
  • PREHAB: Athletes in this division are training to gain. Fusion athletes use these workouts to ensure that increasing intensity doesn’t equal injury risk.
  • BACK-TO-PLAY: Athletes in this division are training to perform; their sport specific workouts are aggressive with constant analysis of their athletic engine so goals are met as expeditiously as possible.


When is Fusion Open?

Hours (60 Reade St.)
Mon 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tue 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wed 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thu 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Fri 7:00 am7:00 pm
Sat Closed
Sun Closed
Hours (Chelsea Piers)

For Fusion at Chelsea Piers hours of operation, please call 212-924-4920.

Does Fusion Offer Personal Training?

Yes, but we call it Performance Training because we want athletes to come here to work, to see measurable results and to perform at a higher level than they ever have before.

Is Fusion Hiring?

Please send us a brief message if you are interested in joining the Fusion team.


What Insurance Does Fusion Accept?

We are client-focused and seasoned in managing the insurance process.  While we accept most forms of coverage, please call us (212 924-4920) with your specific needs.


At Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) provide manual treatment as well as instruction on how to perform state-of-the-art exercises often using high-tech equipment not found in many traditional PT practices. All therapists employ ART (Active Release Technique), a soft-tissue manual manipulation. In addition to ART, our therapists use conventional modalities and on-site monitored strength and agility exercises to ease client’s discomfort and restore mobility and function.

techniquesFusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance’s  Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) employ soft tissue manipulation and therapeutic exercises as well as effective modalities to get the most efficient, scientifically proven results.

Techniques used at Fusion are:

  • Active Release Technique (ART)
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Myofascial Release
  • Muscle Activation
  • McKenzie Method
  • David Butler Nerve Mobilization
  • Mulligan Techniques
  • Maitland Techniques
  • The “Tool” Technique
  • Gentle Joint-Manipulation Techniques
  • RTS Exercise Principles
  • Functional Movement Screening
  • Progressive Resistive Exercises
  • Modalities: Ultrasound, Electrical Stimulation, Laser Light Therapy, Game Ready Vasopneumatic Device and Phonophoresis.

equipmentFusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance  athletes have access to a state of the art facility featuring the most innovative rehabilitation tools such as the AlterG, Vertimax, Jacob’s Ladder, MRS, Free Motion System, Shuttle Press Pro Style, The Curve Woodway Treadmill, Power Cranks, TRX, kettlebells and Rogue Power Rack. Our equipment is used for diagnostic purposes, isokinetic and isometric testing as well as strengthening and conditioning which allow our DPTs to provide a purposeful and customized plan of care for the individual athlete.

Jacob’s Ladder
Originally designed to accommodate clients with back problems, the Jacob’s Ladder offers athletes recovering from knee, ankle, hip and back injuries a superb cardiovascular and core workout while strengthening supporting muscle groups. Because the Jacob’s Ladder automatically adjusts to a client’s speed, an attending medical professional can modulate training and track performance.

Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is one of a few facilities in New York using the Anti-Gravity Treadmill (AlterG) to expedite clients’ rehabilitation time. With patented NASA technology, the AlterG allows for partial weight-bearing training for athletes recovering from any lower-body injury.

Monitored Rehab Systems (MRS)
MRS is the gold standard in rehabilitation and strength training and Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is among a few facilities in New York City that offers it. With its video-game technology and points-awarded for every “game” or exercise completed, MRS helps clients actually enjoy doing their rehab drills. Each machine provides real-time feedback through sensors and computer software, facilitating optimal training and testing for motor control, proprioception and coordination. As a result of this stimulation of the neuromuscular system, significant strength gains occur rapidly.

Power Cranks
By replacing regular cranks found on stationery bicycles with independent cranks, Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) are knocking weeks off Rehab. With an independent crank, one leg cannot help the other pedal, so the client cannot relax on the backstroke, assuming the other foot will follow. Instead, the client must engage the hip flexors and hamstring muscles to actively raise the pedal. This isolated movement ensures that the client’s leg muscles become balanced.


When clients envision conditions that Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) treat, they most likely imagine a knee injury or chronic back pain. Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance therapists do treat these ailments, but fractures, strains, tears, sprains, tendonitis and pinched nerves are also on their “frequently seen” list.

The Fusion team also specializes in arthritis, common hand conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injuries, dislocations, osteoporosis, and chronic conditions such as tennis/golfer’s elbow and patella tendonitis/chondromalacia.

Clients who need to rebuild strength and regain physical functionality, major surgery patients who have new hips, knee implants or an ACL, meniscus, shoulder labrum or rotator-cuff repair are in the hands of specialists at Fusion.

Any client who has lost muscle mass and tone and wants to return to sport is at home at Fusion.

DPTs at Fusion are experts in distinguishing one condition from another and not mistaking symptoms. We pride ourselves on giving clients’ a proper examination and diagnosis so that the outcome — an athlete’s return to play — is successful.

At Fusion, we believe that pain is an unnatural state that can be corrected. If clients have joints, muscles or body parts that chronically hurt, we will determine the dysfunction and correct the problem. Long-term pain simply means the origin of the discomfort has not been found and properly treated.

The list of exact conditions and ailments that our DPTs routinely treat is lengthy. We encourage clients to ask our various treatment plans, but also inquire about our TRIPLE PLAY Program and how it can help make any athlete fitter faster stronger and injury-free.

alterGFusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is the only facility in New York to house two Anti-Gravity Treadmill® (AlterG®). AlterG provides a partial weight-bearing option for Fusion athletes in any stage of the Triple Play Program: Prehab, Rehab and Back-to-Play.
For clients returning to sport post-injury or for those who want to train without joint and muscle stress, the AlterG’s innovative NASA-patented technology enables both athletes to safely take their fitness to the next level.
Our Triple Play athletes achieve their physical therapy and sports performance goals by using the AlterG to reduce gravity’s impact.

Rehab Athletes Can:

  • Rehabilitate lower extremity injuries under the guidance of a physical therapist with less pain and reduced impact sooner after injury or surgery
  • Maintain fitness while recovering and return to competition sooner
  • Reduce the risk of compensatory injuries


Prehab Athletes Can:

  • Improve mobility, strength and balance for clients with neurological conditions
  • Reduce likelihood of falls by training in a controlled environment and maintaining leg strength
  • Perform interval drills, log extra miles, get leaner, and generally, exercise more intensively without “pounding the pavement”
  • Increase muscle strength, coordination, endurance and cardiovascular health
  • Stay motivated and track progress with concrete data, elevating confidence level


Back-to-Play Athletes Can:

  • Actively recover from competition more effectively
  • Train harder and push training sessions further and longer with less risk of injury
  • Achieve a higher level of overall conditioning without putting extra stress on joints and muscles
  • Return to the field, court or track quicker due to progressive weight-bearing and a longer mending period

There is no down time for athletes in training and we know that.


All athletes at Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Peformance receive the 1:1 training advice and manual rehabilitation services of Fusion’s seasoned Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs), athletic trainers and Sports Performance Specialists (SPSs) through our Triple Play Program. Clients travel fluidly through three divisions: RehabPrehab and Back-to-Play.

This integrated approach addresses whichever fitness phase a client is in. Since Fusion clients easily move from one division to another, physical fine-tuning and training adjustments can be made, allowing athletes to remain active in their game or line of work.

sports performance rehabRehab is the restoration of full range-of-motion and function to the afflicted body part. Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) use both a hands-on and modality approach, incorporating innovative exercises and equipment that, when combined, accelerate clients’ recovery and facilitate a swift return to work, sports and activities.

sports performance prehabPrehab is a preventive sports-performance program, whereby the Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance team diagnoses muscle imbalances and structural differences that need to be corrected before returning back to play with no restrictions. After a full assessment, Fusion clients work in tandem with Doctor of Physical Therapists (DPTs), and Certified Athletic Trainers (ATCs), doing manual therapy, modalities, cardiovascular drills, agility and conditioning exercises and plyometrics. Results are: injury prevention, increased muscle tone, better coordination and balance, greater strength and flexibility, improved endurance and overall conditioning. Prehab coach sessions are necessary to ensure a quality return to athletic performance. The prehab phase is essential to bridge the gap between a baseline functional movement and truly fulfilling your athletic potential.

back-to-playBack-to-Play is an aggressive training program for serious athletes who have been temporarily benched due to an injury. Under instruction of our Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs), Certified Athletic Trainers (ATCs), and Sports Performance Specialists (SPSs), we devise custom drills and exercises for these clients in private and group sessions both on site and on the field to guarantee a full recovery and back-to-play as soon as possible.

Listen to a few of our athletes discussing their rehab experiences at Fusion:

The precept at Fusion is Set It, Realize It & Work to Achieve It.


teaming up

Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance will team you up with a Sports Performance Specialist (SPS ) that matches your personality, sport, skill level, aspirations and schedule. A Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) will review your progress with the SPS to ensure we meet your goals in a safe and effective manner.

Our Team of SPSs are not only Fusion-trained under the direction of a medical team including orthopedic surgeons and DPTs, but they have also earned degrees in exercise science/physiology. They are certified by the most respected organizations in the fitness industry: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and IMG’s IGNITE 360. Many of our SPSs have participated on college athletic teams, some at the D1 level.

For those athletes who desire to train solely with a DPT, these specialized sessions are available upon request.

Triple Play is SMART performance training because:



Justin Bader


Justin earned both his Bachelors of Exercise Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo. During his undergraduate tenure, Justin represented the Buffalo Bulls Lacrosse Team as a student-athlete and served as team Captain his senior year. After graduating in 2013, Justin’s career began with time in pain management and outpatient orthopedic settings prior to joining the Fusion team.

Justin understands the rehabilitation and back-to-play process better than most. He has undergone two ACL reconstructions and draws from these experiences to empathize with his patients. The ability to see things from both the patient and professional perspectives, allow him to augment his treatments and accommodate the individual he is working with. Justin believes that timely post-operative progressions, commanding proximal stability to enhance distal mobility, and the implementation of corrective exercises are of paramount importance in preparing the body to move efficiently and decrease the risk of injury.
Justin takes pride in his manual therapy skills to help achieve the needs of his patient and utilizes a myriad of different techniques, including the following: Active Release Techniques (ART) for the lower extremity, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), and joint mobilizations, among others. When he’s not helping, people get better, Justin enjoys spending time with his family and friends, working out, and leading an active healthy lifestyle.

Carolyn Mazur

CEO and Founder, PT, DPT, MPT, ATC, ART

Carolyn Mazur started Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance in 2002 because she saw the need for a facility that provided serious athletes with a combination of manual rehabilitative care and an expeditious return-to-play program in the physical therapy/sports performance profession. Carolyn’s philosophy of “one-stop-shopping,” or an umbrella approach to prehab, rehab and back-to-play, has become the Fusion signature.

With a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Missouri, a Master of Arts in Physical Therapy (MPT) from Rockhurst College and a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Boston University, Carolyn Mazur has over 20 years of hands-on rehabilitative and sports performance experience. As an Active Release Technique (ART) provider, Dr. Carolyn has, literally, multiple modalities at her fingertips when helping clients. Additionally, Dr. Carolyn has earned her Certificate in Athletic Training (ATC), which allows her to provide medical coverage for professional sports games as well as the assessment, treatment and triage of athletes who are injured while playing. Recently, Dr. Carolyn received her Ignite 360 Sports Performance Certification at IMG as well as a Team USA Olympic Sports Performance certification. A medical and sports performance advisor to professional football, rugby, tennis, basketball, golf, hockey, baseball and soccer players as well as ice skaters, MMA fighters, triathletes, marathoners, cyclists, dancers and celebrities preparing for athletic movie roles, Dr. Carolyn also works with competitive amateur adult athletes as well as college (Division 1, 2 and 3) and varsity/junior varsity high school athletes, assisting with the sports’ recruitment process.

Robert McCabe

Doctor of Physical Therapy, PT, DPT, ART, OCS, SFMA

Bob McCabe is an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) certified orthopedic specialist with 20 years of clinical experience. Dr. Bob majored in Health Science while earning his Bachelors of Science degree at SUNY Cortland. A member of the APTA, Dr. Bob holds a Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Long Island University, a Masters of Science degree in Biomechanics and Ergonomics from New York University and a transitional doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University. Dr. Bob has worked with world-class athletes from the National Football League (NFL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Major League Baseball (MLB), National Hockey League (NHL) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as well as recreational athletes and weekend warriors. Dr. Bob has worked at the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Nicholas Institute for Sports Medicine & Athletic Trauma (NISMAT) and most recently at the New York University Center for Musculoskeletal Care. Dr. Bob has been published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy as well as the North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. Additionally, he has presented over 200 sports medicine-related seminars across the country over the past six years. As a former athlete and patient who has recovered from multiple surgeries, Dr. Bob appreciates the physical and psychological barriers that clients often face during the rehabilitation process. He is a Graston provider for patients and athletes with soft tissue injuries /disorders.

In his spare time, Dr. Bob enjoys weight training, kayaking and attending athletic-based charity events.

Jason Cooper

Doctor of Physical Therapy, PT, DPT, CSCS

Dr. Jason Cooper earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of California San Francisco. His passion for physical therapy grew from participating in many sports, particularly baseball, football, track, and more recently outrigger canoeing and softball. In addition to majoring in kinesiology during his undergraduate studies at Westmont College, Dr. Cooper became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) to help bridge the gap between patients who had been discharged from physical therapy and their specific sport. While comfortable treating all musculoskeletal disorders, he particularly enjoys working with shoulder injuries and spine disorders. He has advanced training in myofascial decompression or “cupping” to the general public to aide in his treatments. He is best known for his hands on approach with manual therapy coupled with specific exercise prescriptions customized for each individual.

Laura London


Laura’s career in Athletic Training has been influenced by a love for sports, a passion to compete, and a genuine desire to help people reach their full athletic potential.  She earned her B.A. in Political Science and History from the University at Buffalo in 2006, a school where she played competitive Rugby. In 2015, she graduated from Seton Hall University with a MS in Athletic Training.  While there, Laura participated on the student committee for the Athletic Training Society of New jersey (ATSNJ).  She was honored at graduation with the “Research Honors Award” for her thesis “The Effects of Saddle Positioning on Joint Kinemtatics and Muscle Recruitment for Triathlon Cycling in the Aero Position”, for which she was first student author.  She has been thrilled by her forays into the professional sports world while working for the NFL’s New York Giants and the WNBA’s New York Liberty. 

 Laura has experience through her clinical rotations with Graston Technique, Active Release Technique, Function Movement Screening, and Muscle Energy Technique. In January of 2016, she successfully completed the Graston Technique M1 workshop.   

She is an active runner and weightlifter.  In her recent search to find challenging new ways to stay active, she has begun to pursue swimming, gymnastics and capoeira.

Laura currently serves a clinic and field Athletic Trainer for Fusion.

Yu-Wei Lin


Yu-Wei graduated summa cum laude from LIU Brooklyn with a BS/MS in Athletic Training and Sports Sciences. With a background (BSc) in physical therapy and passion for sports and athletics, she joined Team Fusion as a Certified Athletic Trainer. 

She is an eager learner who is always looking for ways to improve the conditions of her athletes and has since then completed certification for The Graston Technique (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), as well as Kinesio Taping and is in the process of studying for her Corrective Exercise Specialist certification. She has extensive experience working with athletes from all skill and age levels ranging from youth football to semi-professional rugby.

Yu-Wei played varsity basketball throughout high school and college and still enjoys playing basketball and flag football when she can find the time. 

John Barry

Sports Performance Specialist

John Barry is a born and bred New Yorker having grown up in the Bronx. He went to Fordham Preparatory School, where he was a three sport athlete participating in football, baseball and track & field. John then went on to earn a Bachelors of Science degree with an emphasis on Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine from the University of Harford. Additionally, John has taken graduate school courses and has received a training certification from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). He is currently continuing his education credits in performance enhancement and corrective exercise. An eight year veteran of the physical therapy and fitness field, John brings his sports performance savvy to Fusion and in his free time, continues to play in flag football and softball leagues as well as train for 5/10K races.

Kori Scott

Director of Operations, Sports Performance Specialist

At Georgia’s Brewton-Parker College, Kori Scott earned a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology while working alongside the school’s collegiate baseball, softball and volleyball teams. Serving as a recruiter and counselor for these athletes inspired her passion for sports performance and led her to the IMG Academy where she received her Sports Performance Certification.
Kori then relocated to Texas were she began her career in sports performance training and management. She helped open the largest Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Gym franchise in the company and gained certifications in TRX and as a Performance coach, specializing in overall fitness using combative techniques. Additionally, Kori is a seasoned Sports Performance Specialist who has trained athletes of all skill levels.
Kori currently serves as the Director of Operations at Fusion.
In her spare time, Kori trains in Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu and is working towards her amateur career.


Director  Kori Scott
Insurance Coordinator Julie Khaykin
Insurance Coordinator Nina Chavez
Administrative Specialist Anthony Schiesz
Administrative Specialist


 CEO, Founder, Doctor of Physical Therapy Carolyn Mazur PT, DPT, MPT, ATC, ART
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Doctor of Physical Therapy Jason Cooper PT, DPT, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy Lola Omishore PT, DPT, ATC
Certified Athletic Trainer Laura London MS, ATC
Certified Athletic Trainer Yu-Wei Lin MS, ATC
Physical Therapy Technician Oscar Martinez
Physical Therapy Technician Bim Olawale
Physical Therapy Technician Will Schlicher


Sports Performance Specialist  John Barry

We set new bars for our clients that are safely attainable.


A Sports Performance Assessment (SPA) is a prerequisite for Triple Play Performance Training. All aspects of the athletic engine are evaluated, using valid and reliable cardio, strength-training, plyometrics, agility, balance, core and speed tests to give clients 60 minutes of customized programming that nets quantifiable results.

1:1 SPA: $120 (SPA fee will be waived if Triple Play Performance Training package is purchased).

1:1 60 Minute Performance
Training Session
Group 60 Minute Performance Training Session Performance Training Classes (Sign Up Required)
These sessions include workouts based on the results of an athlete’s SPA. There is constant evaluation and retesting, which will occur every six weeks after SPA to properly progress and continually challenge the athlete. These sessions are similar to the 1:1 sessions, but workouts will consist of more athletes who will be teamed up with competitors of similar goals and abilities. 75-minute cardio/strength/ conditioning workout designed by DPTs to safely and effectively challenge your athletic ability with emphasis on proper biomechanics and alignment.
Performance Training Available:
Monday – Thursday 6am to 8:30pm
Friday 6am to 7:00pm
Saturday  by Appointment
Sunday  by Appointment



Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance welcomes athletes of all ages and abilities who want to work hard to achieve their personal goals. Fusion’s primary audience consists of Professional AthletesAmateur Athletes and Teen Athletes.

amateurProfessional Athletes choose Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance for our no-distractions, goal-oriented approach. These athletes’ paycheck requires a fine-tuned athletic engine. Football, rugby, tennis, basketball, hockey, baseball and soccer players as well as ice skaters, MMA fighters, marathoners, triathletes, cyclists, dancers and celebrities preparing for physically demanding movie roles are among the career-athletes who select Fusion in order to move off the physical therapy table and get ‘Back-to-Play’ as swiftly as possible.

amateur1Amateur Athletes are “weekend warriors and beyond” who want to receive the same serious level of care and expertise as professional athletes. Our amateur athletes take their sports very seriously and are just as competitive as the pros. Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance routinely treats and coaches men and women who participate in triathlons, marathons, centuries and Ironman competitions as well as rugby, tennis and golf tournaments. Additionally, Fusion trains and cares for occupational athletes such as firefighters, law enforcers and military personnel, who need to be in the same peak shape as our professional players.

teen_athltesTeen Athletes are on Division 1, 2 or 3 college teams or junior varsity, varsity and/or travel high-school teams, and realize they need additional training and education to make the transition to — and maintain — the next skill level. High-school athletic departments, in particular, often cannot provide or do not have the resources available for the pre-conditioning and agility training that young athletes need to prevent injury and further their athletic potential. Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance is there to give these serious young athletes the support they need.

Fusion is dedicated to ensuring that tomorrow’s professional or amateur athlete is getting the proper training and form analysis today.  To accomplish this goal, we’ve developed a proprietary Sports Performance Assessment to analyze teen athletes before they engage in any sort of performance program.  Developed and choreographed by both our Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) and Sports Performance Specialists (SPSs), these drills test teen athletes for their cardio, strength-training, plyometrics, core and speed capabilities.

We work as partners with independent organizations, schools, leagues, travel teams, camps and recreational centers to educate, evaluate and exercise teens in the following ways:

  • Drop-In Afterschool Teen Conditioning Workouts
  • Off Season Clinics
  • Special Injury-Prevention Presentations/Demonstrations
  • School or Travel-Team Group Fitness Workouts Arranged by Off-Site Coaches in Partnership with Fusion

We are as TASK-driven as our clients and are here for them 24/7.


Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance provides medical coverage and/or consultancy for the Village Lions Rugby Football Club, a member of the Metropolitan New York Rugby Football Union, NextStep Fitness, NYC Mayor’s Cup, NYC Middle School Baseball League, Beat the Streets Wrestling, Downtown Giants Youth Football, and Full Throttle Endurance triathlon team. Fusion also provides both pre-game medical consultation and game coverage for the Hunter College High School athletic department. In the past, Fusion has also partnered with the New York Cosmos, Manhattan Kickers and Gottschee soccer teams.

Fusion Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs), athletic trainers and Sports Performance Specialist (SPSs) are available to help your organization, team or school reach the next level of athletic excellence.

To contact us about Partnership programs we offer, please email us at info@fusion-pt.com or call us at 212-924-4920.



Fusion in the Media

new york post
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tribeca citizen
hunter college

Club Solutions Magazine features Fusion at Chelsea Piers

Chelsea Piers’ Partner in Form, Function and Recovery
By Rachel Zabonick | January 12, 2016

The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers has found a new partner in form, function and recovery. In November 2015, the 150,000-square-foot health club opened Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance. The studio provides rehabilitation and relief… [read full article here]

We at Fusion have no off-season.


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60 Reade Street
New York, NY 10007

Fusion at Chelsea Piers
Pier 60 – 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011


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Fusion Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) on call 24 hours to address your concerns. If you post a question here regarding your Rehab, Prehab and Back-to-Play needs, a DPT will get back to you as soon as possible.