I’m Dr. Sneha Gazi, and my passion is to improve people’s quality of life by decreasing bodily pain and dysfunction. I found my passion for physical therapy (PT) through my previous career as a professional dancer and certified yoga teacher. I am the Owner and CEO of Sneha Physical Therapy and currently serve the Greater New York area with home-based PT services.
My specialties include Pelvic Health, Performing Arts, and TMJ. I specifically enjoy treating women with pre and postpartum issues such as incontinence, scar adhesions, diastasis recti, and pelvic pain.
Giving back to the community, and to the world, is a strong value of mine. I began a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Physical Therapy International Foundation, where I bring free PT services globally to underserved populations while teaching students in PT doctoral programs across the United States. Through my work in PT, Yoga, and Mindfulness, I wish to increase awareness of healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy lifestyles.
I provide 1-on-1 physical therapy services in the comfort of your home! You may set up a 10-min free phone consultation with me by filling out this form: https://www.snehaphysicaltherapy.com/book-your-free-consultation.html
Once you we decide to work together, we will set up a 60-minute initial full body evaluation and treatment session. Follow up visits are 45-min.
I received Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University. I have worked in both outpatient orthopedic practices and acute care hospitals, gaining knowledge on high-level therapeutic manual therapies and evidence based exercises to help my patients return to the activities they love.
In New Zealand, I trained under leading specialists in back and neck pain, sports and concussion management, and other orthopedic conditions. I have also helped New York City’s Broadway performing artists get back on stage. As a life-long learner, I have taken continuing education coursework in Pelvic Health through the renowned Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and continue to stay up to date in research.