Welcome to Wall Street Physical Therapy at CompleteBody

Wall Street Physical Therapy PC is an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy office located inside CompleteBody Health & Wellness at 10 Hanover Square. The facility features 30,000 square feet of sophisticated equipment, all available to use during your physical therapy sessions. Wall Street Physical Therapy is a wheelchair accessible facility.

  • We accept most major medical plans that have out-of-network benefits
  • Complimentary gym membership for active patients
  • We treat all major orthopedic injuries


  • Dr Z & Susan make a great team. Just finished my 2nd full week of PT due to a back related injury and I feel improvement with every session, gaining more mobility, strength and better posture.

    Denise F  8/8/16
  • Dr. Ziegelbaum and his assistant Susan were great in helping me get my knee back in shape after I injured it.
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    Stefanie H 6/11/2016
  • Cannot recommend highly enough. Friendly, professional and extremely knowledgeable.
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    Mhoraig G 4/3/16
  • I have not felt this good in a LONG time and know I would not have been able to do this level of rehab on my own. I really appreciate all your knowledge, time and EFFORTS.
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    Glen C 5/18/16
  • Excellent PT! Appointments are on time, and easy to make. PT is excellent. I had lots of shoulder and back pain and taking meds…
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    Elena S 3/24/16
  • I strained my chest and shoulder tendon working out at the gym. I was in agony for a few days and my physical trainer suggested..
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    Sergei C. 3/24/16

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In The Media

Experts agree. “Athlete or not, cupping therapy can help treat sore muscles for some, especially when used post-exercise,” says Rob Ziegelbaum, a physical therapist and clinical director of Manhattan’s Wall Street Physical Therapy who performs the therapy. Read More


“As we get older, the fluid that fills the discs between the vertebrae of our spine loses volume, resulting in a decrease in height,” explains physical therapist Rob Ziegelbaum, DPT, clinical director and owner of Wall Street Physical Therapy in New York City. Read More

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