New York Times?featured AMG Medical Group tends to the medical needs of clients across all boroughs with a simple goal in mind: to make regular visits to the doctor affordable for everyone. Visitors meander into the facilities, which New York Times writer Ariel Kaminer calls ?spotlessly clean,? before meeting with one of seven licensed physicians. The doctors perform complete physical exams and tests, administer care for various ailments, or tend to temperamental home thermometers.
Ross Hartman would be hard-pressed to define underachievement. The diligent podiatrist added a class valedictorian crown to his mortarboard when graduating with his doctorate from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, then went on to become a chief podiatric surgical resident at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn. Now working out of his own office, the doctor tends to foot complaints of all stripes, from fractures and warts to sports injuries. Whether he’s easing stress on flat feet or alleviating heel pain, Dr. Hartman always prioritizes communication, ensuring that his patients understand their treatment options and finally grasp why it's rude to eat with your toes.
Packed with cardio and strength-training machines, group fitness classes taught by expert instructors, and one-on-one personal-training fitness sessions, The Zoo Health Club aims to cater to any fitness desire. In addition to the free weights that range from 2?100 pounds and the six-week exercise programs, the bountiful health club also offers a play area for 5- to 10-year-old kids and yoga, Zumba, and cardio-kickboxing classes.
The Fit Fem Studio LLC is all about working out...just not in the gym. Instead, this online gym offers access to more than 50 HD workout videos that can be streamed at home or on any mobile device. Of course, for those who need extra motivation, The Fit Fem is also in-home personal training, fitness and lifestyle coaching, as well as ChoreoKick cardio kickboxing classes, held at a local studio.
Argentina?born soccer enthusiast Gustavo Szulansky opened Super Soccer Stars to provide the boroughs with a program that championed the personal development of youngsters rather than solely a skill-based focus. Since its debut in 2000, it's grown throughout the city, helping countless youngsters learn teamwork, boost confidence, and decrease arguments during home games played on the dining-room table. This rapid growth is due in part to the positive values Gustavo instilled from the first class. His coaches are carefully selected for their ability to cultivate a noncompetitive, sensitive approach to learning the game, and they dole out their knowledge in both classes and camps.
Super Soccer Star's Kick & Play program features family-friendly classes that help tots 12?24 months old develop pre-soccer skills and physical skill sets simultaneously. During classes, a team of talented and enthusiastic instructors and an athletic duo of puppet friends named Mimi and Pepe buoy budding soccer players with positive reinforcement, individual attention, and the merry clickety-clack of cleated tap dances. Designed with the help of early-childhood specialists, each age-specific class helps players build skills at their own pace with positive reinforcement, individual attention, and engaging original music.