Physical Therapy/Rehab/Pilates and Office Equipment from a NYC PT Practice for Sale

Contents of Physical Therapy Office in Manhattan  for Sale
All  medical and rehabilitation/ fitness  equipment  is in VERY GOOD condition, with much less than 10 years old and very well maintained.  It includes  US/Estim with cart, cold packs, Hydrocollator, Pilates reformer and other Pilates equipment, 7 Cardon hi-lo tables,Treadmill with medical rails, Pilates Cadillac, Pilates Chair.Lots of misc. small equipment as well as  office furniture and accessories.

For a full list  and description of equipment, plus prices and year bought- click here.  Cash, check and credit cards are accepted. The practice owner will require a deposit on all large items.  Questions or to make arrangements?? – Contact the practice owner at  917 613 9794
or email at

Interested parties can receive pictures of the equipment and the equipment can be viewed on  the mornings of July 6 and July 8 (between 8-10:30 AM)   Additional times can be arranged as needed. Regarding pickup:  Pickup can happen on July 26 or 29th (no later than 29th) It is possible that a COI (certificate of insurance) if movers are used for larger pieces.

Please feel free to share with colleagues.

June 2019 Equipment list for sale

Immediate Part Time IC Position in Fabulous Pediatric Practice in Scarsdale NY ( Westchester County)

Started by Dana Smith PT, DPT, SIPT with 20 years of experience, Sensory Jim & Friends is a pediatric therapy center that specializes in enabling children with sensory processing disorders and gross motor challenges grow through personalized therapy.  Cases vary from Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Challenges, Hypotonia, Torticollis, Developmental Coordination Disorder, Orthopedic injuries, ADD/ADHD, Prematurity and Cerebral Palsy to name a few.

A Part Time Contract Pediatric Physical Therapist is needed for  this state-of-the-art expanding out-patient pediatric physical therapy practice. The office is conveniently located in Scarsdale, NY.
  • Salary: $90.00 to $115.00 /hour
  • Must have two years of pediatric physical therapy experience for younger pediatric position
  • Strong Orthopedic background for pediatric ortho injuries and scoliosis
  • Flexible days and hours available
  • Torticollis and pediatric orthopedic experience a plus
  • Very Competitive Pediatric PT salary for the area
  • NYS Licensure is required – Degree from APTA accredited school
  • Work alongside SIPT certified Pediatric PT as well as sensory based pediatric occupational therapists
  • Seeking warm, loving and compassionate individual to work with children (ages 0-16) and their families

Serious inquiries – Please contact Dana directly at:

Dana R. Smith, PT, DPT, SI-PT
Westchester Physical Therapy, PLLC
Home of Sensory Jim (Mascot) & Friends
Please visit our website for details on our process/facility
929-33-KIDPT or 929-335-4378

Well Established Alternative Education and Related Services Programs in Prime Manhattan Location for Sale

New York City’s premiere acute care therapeutic center is for sale.  This highly regarded and well established program has provided an alternative education program, OT, PT, ST, social skills groups, special instruction, ABA, SEIT, play therapy/counseling, workshops,tutoring and family training to NYC children for the past 16 years.

The program is housed in a private converted brownstone on a tree lined street in the rapidly growing Gramercy neighborhood of Manhattan. This rare find has sky lights, fireplace decor and outdoor space both in the rear of building and on the roof top.

This is a comprehensive asset sale including 6000 square feet of smart boards, computers, curriculum, evaluations, materials, therapy equipment, and high end furniture. There are potential opportunities to maintain existing lease, staff and enrolled children.

The ask price is $3M. Serious and qualified buyers only, please contact for more information. 

SLP position in a NYC Therapeutic Nursery Available Immediately

OVERVIEW:Available Immediately
PART TIME ( 12.5 hours- IC)  SLP position at the Louise and Henry Loeb Therapeutic Nursery School in NYC

The Speech Language Pathologist is responsible for assessing and treating preschool children in the Child Development Center Therapeutic Nursery. The nursery provides a highly structured, small group classroom for children ages 3-5, focusing on developmental delays in communication, social responsiveness, play skills, motor development, sensory processing, and attention and learning deficits.

RESPONSIBILITIES including, but not limited to:

  • Speech and Language interventions for preschool children with developmental delays and disorders.
  • Consultation with parents, special education staff and other related service providers.
  • Participation in weekly interdisciplinary team meetings.
  • Occasional workshops for staff, parents and community programs.


  • Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology
  • New York State License/ Certifications- CCP-SLP, TSHH/TSSLD
  • NYC DOE initial or professional certificate as a teacher of Speech and Language Disabilities
  • Previous experience in an NYSED approved preschool center based program (preferred)

To apply for this position – click here

Manhattan Pediatric OT Practice for Sale

A very well established, highly regarded  pediatric OT private practice in a PRIME MANHATTAN LOCATION is available for sale. This is a great opportunity to purchase a wonderful practice or establish a second location if you are in another borough.

This well established and highly regarded pediatric occupational therapy private practice is being offered for sale. For the past several years, at the owner’s decision, the practice has downsized to part time status but can easily gear up to full time status. The practice has a comprehensive database of former patients dating back over 10 years, extensive referral sources, and  part time staff eager to stay on at the practice under new ownership.
The practice enjoys a stellar reputation with local physicians, schools, and colleagues for its individualized care and unique treatment approach. The practice’s central location in a PRIME location in Manhattan is in close proximity to multiple private nursery schools, private and public elementary schools, and pediatrician practices in a family-centric neighborhood. It is easily accessible by public transportation.
There is a 24-hour concierge desk in the lobby. The office is a clean, bright space with numerous windows. The  900 square feet office includes 4 rooms plus a full bathroom: a sensory gym with fine motor activity table; another large treatment room used for formal evaluation, fine motor treatment of both older and younger children, and gross motor activities; a 3-person office; and an outfitted waiting room that accommodates up to 4 adults + children  comfortably. The lease is reasonable and transferable. There is over $20,000 in equipment included in the sale, including suspension equipment.

Full financial information including but not limited to full practice statistics, profit and loss statements, balance sheets, and tax returns for the last three years are available for inspection. The gross revenue for the company is consistently over $200,000.00 and the practice is debt free. The practice is currently structured as a cash based entity and does not participate as an RSA provider with the DOE.

The practice is being offered at $155,000.00 with negotiable terms.  The owner is willing to stay on for a reasonable transition period, and might consider longer-term employment opportunities with new owner.

Serious inquiries only:  Please contact Iris Kimberg, MS PT OTR on behalf of the practice owner at or



Immediate Part Time Openings for a Peds OT to perform School Evals and Ongoing Treatment in a Great Westchester School District

Medalion Occupational Therapy Consulting PLLC  anticipates  immediate openings for therapists to provide both Occupational Therapy Evaluations and Ongoing Therapy Services in a great and supportive school district in Lower Westchester County for the summer and fall 2019. 

We are seeking therapists to do either evaluations and/or ongoing therapy services.  Therapists should have a minimum of 1 year of experience which includes working with CPSE children ages 4-5 and familiarity with IEP Direct.  

Evaluations are conducted on-site  Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM. Flexibility to choose as little or as many as your schedule allows. Depending on the child, you may need to administer the 1) VMI AND/OR M-FUN 2) Sensory Profile or SPM  and 3) One writing assessment such as WOLD, Print Tool, or ETCH, depending on the students age. Parent and teacher interviews are conducted as part of the evaluation process. Results are reviewed with the parents. 

Ongoing therapy services are generally twice weekly and clustered caseloads are expected to be  available. Our preferred applicant will have experience working within the school setting, be familiar with IDEA,  IEP  Direct  and love helping students reach their potential.  Consultation with teachers, other therapists, support staff, and families to facilitate classroom mobility and participation.

Documentation requirements include data collection, marking period progress updates, yearly IEP revisions including updated goals and treatment strategies.


Interested candidates please email  your resume to:  

Leeat Medalion MS. OTR/L TLP-CC
Medalion Occupational Therapy Consulting PLLC.
28-20 214 Place. Bayside. NY, 11360 
c: 917-498-3034

Great Part Time Opportunity in a NYC Boutique Adult Physical Therapy Practice

Higher Physical Therapy is a boutique private practice in Uptown Manhattan  founded by Julie Zapata, MSPT, PT.  Committed to offering top notch one on one personalized care, all treatment sessions are one hour and individually tailored.  The practice is very busy and Julie is now expanding and looking for a part time physical therapist.
The practice is an out of network practice with the exception of Medicare Part B.The ideal candidate should be vibrant, energetic, patient, and kind with exceptional diagnostic and treatment skills and someone that will bring their own expertise and experience to enhance and complement  existing treatment philosophies.There is flexibility and the right therapists can establish their  own schedule, preferably 2-3 days a week spread out over  approximately 10 hours/week. The candidate must be willing to make a minimum of a one year commitment.Julie would love to consider therapists who have completed continuing education in manual therapy skills like Maitland or Myofascial Release. She will consider the right new graduate and will consider proving training in Myofascial Release or  at the Postural Restoration Institute or the Institute of Physical Art

For more information, or to apply please email
Julie Zapata, Physical Therapist, MSPT
427 Fort Washington Ave
New York, NY 10033
917.600.4627 call 
866.917.6627 fax

Business Opportunity: A well established, highly regarded At Home Physical/Occupational Therapy Outpatient Practice servicing Long Island/Queens is for Sale

This is a privately owned company that provides PT & OT services to the elderly population at their home or assisted living facility.
A well established, outpatient At-Home PT/OT practice, servicing seniors at home and in assisted
living facilities is being offered for sale. This is a great opportunity to purchase a thriving Medicare
Part B  home practice or to add a new revenue stream to your existing practice and double or triple
your revenue!

• Current patients are in Long Island & Queens with opportunity to easily expand to surrounding

• Well established model for Medicare Part B and commercial insurance billing – can be added to
an existing practice without added expense or great business for an individual looking to get into
the booming senior health market.

• Sale includes assets: website, database of patients, intellectual property, documentation/billing
systems, Domains, Yelp, Facebook sites, PT/OT contractors, introductions to established referral
base of MDs and current assisted living facilities.

• Averaging 200-250 productive visits per week by over 40 therapists

• No overhead, no debt

• Gross revenue in 2018 approximately $1.2 Million with 45% EBITDA, Cash Flow: $504,000

Ask price – $1,200,000
The owner is willing to stay on for a reasonable transition period as needed.
Serious inquiries only; Qualified buyers must sign NDA and have pre-approval for SBA Loan or proof of funds

For further info please contact: John at:

The New Look of Competition

Posted on: November 21, 2011

I applaud AOTA President Florence Clark’s 2011 Presidential address (see in which she discussed competition as it related to the practice of occupational therapy. Clark stressed that it is to our credit that we are compassionate, kind, and honest, but added that these values do not have to preclude competition. “Competition is not mean. But we can’t continue to let others define occupational therapy. That’s not playing nice-it’s playing dead,” she said.

Clark compared OTs to sleeping giants who must stop letting others muscle in. We need to be worthy collaborators rather than support personnel. As she noted, “victories are sometimes won through teamwork but always through competition.” Clark pointed out that in its best form, we compete with, not against others; the stronger the occupational therapy team members are, the better the outcomes.

Competition vs. Service Substitution

An old adage is “to compare is to despair.” That does not have to hold true. Good can come out of looking around at other practitioners. Heidi Grant Halvorson, author of Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals, writes that upward comparison can be punishing and make you feel terrible . but also states that you can look upward to learn.

Downward comparison may make you feel superior, may remind you of your good fortune, but could also help you avoid the challenge to do better. To be competitive in today’s environment, you first have to have a good handle on who your competition is and what it has to offer.

I have found from consulting with therapists that they may not realize how competition in health care has changed over the years, most notably in the last five. Traditional, or direct, competition is typically what we are used to. A pediatric OT practice is in competition with another one in town, a physical therapy practice specializing in ortho competes head to head with another. But that condition is not very stable. For many years, Pepsi and Coke were direct competitors for the cola market, and they loved it! Why? Because they each had a 50-percent share of the cola market, they knew and understood each other, and had made peace (and profits) with each having half the market. Then something happened to rock their world. Along came water. The consumer began drinking water instead of soda, and act that we would call service substitution. Pepsi and Coke were blindsided; they knew how to compete with each other, but not with another product. Sound familiar?

Therapists need to realize the extent to which there is service substitution encroaching in health care. Many consumers are looking to other services much like the consumer turned to water. There are personal trainers, athletic trainers, life and wellness coaches, behavioral therapists, even posture coaches to name a few.

Clark shared her confidence that this is OT’s time, based on the rising incidence of polytrauma and TBI; and I would add that the fact that baby boomers now survive and live with many diseases, including cancer, can give our field momentum to be acknowledged and embraced by consumers. She suggested promoting areas where OT is already well recognized, including hand therapy, autism and “wounded warriors.” We can take a competitive edge by sharing published studies emphasizing OT’s effectiveness, increasing grant proposals to NIH, using our experience in home health for falls prevention and energy conservation, and “owning” the appropriate words in documentation to reflect OT intervention.

As holistic as our frame of reference is, we need to look at the whole picture. Make sure you know with whom you are competing so you can better strategically position yourself for long term success and recognition in this increasingly crowded market place.

Pepsi and Coke found a way – they started bottling water. I know we can do better than that!





Did Your Doctor Disappear Without a Word? A Noncompete Clause Could Be the Reason

Reprinted from the NY Times March 15th 2019 –

When Don Cue developed a bladder infection last fall, he called his longtime urologist’s office for a urine culture and antibiotics. It was a familiar routine for the two-time prostate cancer survivor; infections were not uncommon since he began using a catheter that connects to his bladder through an incision in his abdomen.

When Mr. Cue called this time, a receptionist told him that his physician, Dr. Mark Kellerman, no longer worked at the Iowa Clinic in Des Moines, a large multi-specialty group. She refused to divulge where he had gone.

“As a patient, ‘scared’ is too strong a word, but my feeling is, ‘What do I do now?’” said Mr. Cue, 58.

Flummoxed, he solved his immediate problem by taking leftover antibiotics he had in his medicine cabinet.

It was only later that he learned his doctor had been fired by the Iowa Clinic and planned to start a urology practice with clinic colleagues. And, under the terms of their contract with their former employer, the doctors were banned for a year from practicing within 35 miles of the clinic, and from recruiting former patients to follow them.

Contracts with so-called restrictive covenants are now common in medicine, although some states limit their use. Noncompete clauses — common in many commercial sectors — aim to stop physicians and other health care professionals from taking patients with them if they move to a competing practice nearby or start their own. But what may be good for business can be bad for patient care — and certainly disquieting for those whose doctors seem to simply disappear.

One survey of nearly 2,000 primary care physicians in five states found that roughly 45 percent were bound by such clauses.

Continuity of care is important, doctors say, especially for patients with ongoing medical issues. Cutting off access to a doctor is different from disrupting someone’s relationship with a favorite hairstylist or money manager, they say.

“When doctors want to move from one practice to another, if they’ve got good therapeutic relationships with their patients, you’d think that public policy would want them to continue to treat these patients that trust them,” said Judy Conti, government affairs director at the National Employment Law Project.