Dr. Noam Sadovnik, Financial District Chiropractor & PT

Business name:
Dr. Noam Sadovnik, Financial District Chiropractor & PT
160 Broadway Suite 1601
New York, NY 10038
Payments Types:
Cash, all cc
Mon- Fri 10 a.m - 7 p.m
Chiropractor Financial District, Financial District Chiropractor, Chiropractor 10038, 10038 Chiropractor, Physical
therapy, Medical massage, Acupuncture, Sports medicine, Sports chiropractor, Cold laser therapy, Spinal
decompression therapy, Graston technique, ART chiropractor , Back pain, Herniated Disc, Sciatica, Hip and Leg
pain, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Wrist pain, Walk in chiropractor, Emergency chiropractor, Nerve test, NYC,
Manhattan, NY
A physical therapist’s primary concern is to help a person regain control over injured or weakened limbs. The job of
a chiropractor, on the other hand, focuses on fixing problems that originate at a person’s spine that affects their
health and well-being. The difference is glaring as you can see that a chiropractor works within a more
comprehensive field. While a chiropractor can employ a physical therapist’s techniques, it doesn’t work the other
way around as a physical therapist’s field of specialization is narrower than that of a chiropractor.
Nevertheless, both chiropractors and physical therapists are legally authorized to make diagnoses of illnesses and
pain. In fact, a person with a doctor physical therapist (DPT) degree has finished some of the prerequisite courses
required in a DC program, which means they can study in chiropractic school and become a DC at the same time.
While a chiropractor may employ massage techniques, that doesn’t mean that a massage therapist can practice
chiropractic. For one, chiropractors are doctors while massage therapists are not, which means massage therapists
can’t diagnose health problems or injuries. Another difference is the focus area. Massage therapists only deal with
muscle pain, while chiropractors also deal with other causes of pain other than muscle pain including that of the
spine, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and bones. If you’re only looking for a quick relaxing rubbing-down, you can go
to a massage therapist near you, but if you’re looking for pain treatment, you need to go to a chiropractor. You
should also remember that while insurance can cover a chiropractor’s massage, the same does not apply for your
spa relaxation massage.
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