"Nancy is an outstanding example of what a pediatric physical therapist should be. Always positive and encouraging, she provides the skills that serve as a foundation for sound physical development. I would wholeheartedly recommend Nancy to any family that is looking for an enthusiastic, well-trained and caring therapist."
— Stephanie Freilich, MD, Carnegie Hill Pediatrics

About Nancy

Nancy NeiditzNancy has been a physical therapist since 1989. She has successfully worked with over a thousand babies both privately and through the New York City Early Intervention Program. She was the supervisor for Physical Therapy Early Intervention Program for Leake and Watts in The Bronx from 1999-2001. Many pediatricians refer exclusively to Nancy because of her calm, gentle approach to working with all types of motor disorders. She often sees a baby only a few times with full resolution.

Nancy draws on her dance, yoga, Feldenkrais®, Anat Baniel Method™ for Children and Pilates background. In addition to being a physical therapist Nancy graduated as a certified Feldenkrais® practitioner in 1994. She began studying with Anat Baniel in 1997 and became a certified Anat Baniel Method™ for Children practitioner in 2006.She has given workshops at Feldenkrais® Regional in 2005 and 2007 and at the National Conference in 2006. She has been teaching other physical therapists for the last year on new ways to treat the 3rd most common orthopedic issue in children, Torticollis. Nancy holds a degree in physical therapy B.S. from New York University, 1989 and a B.A. from Connecticut College in Italian Studies and Dance, 1980. She speaks Spanish and Italian fluently and has a new working knowledge of Yiddish.

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