Run Faster. Run Farther. Run Injury-Free.
Each year, thousands of runners are injured and need to take a break from the activity that has captured their hearts. Yet many of these injuries can be prevented by learning proper running technique and biomechanics. Moreover, most runners who do get injured don't have to give up running. With a complete recovery and training in optimal running performance, you can get back on track and start training for your next race or jog around the neighborhood.
Through a historic collaboration between the Armory, NewYork-Presbyterian, and ColumbiaDoctors Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Medicine, people of all ages now have facilitated access to the world's best injury prevention and treatment and performance optimization services from our sports medicine specialists. We offer:
- Biomechanical evaluation
- Recommendations for improving your performance and reducing your risk of injury
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Nonsurgical treatments, such as injections and ultrasound therapy
- Orthopedic surgery, including minimally invasive procedures
- Emergency care
Making History through Teamwork
For more than a century, the Armory has been the home of indoor track and field in New York City. Across the street, the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center has been making history for over 150 years, and the Rehabilitation Medicine Department has been a leader in injury prevention and treatment since the early 20th century. Today, Armory athletes can benefit from a unique collaboration between these two historic New York City institutions.
Whether you come to us for injury prevention or treatment, we'll connect you with the sports medicine specialists you need. Our team includes adult and pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors (physiatrists), orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, emergency care physicians, and primary care sports medicine experts who give you personalized attention and develop a customized program to make you a healthier, better runner.