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Mark Greenfield, LMT, CPT

Office: 212 729 3970

Cell: 917 836 2610

Email: mark@onyourmark.nyc

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Hours & Location

Mon - 7am-9pm

Tues - 7am-9pm

Weds - 7am-9pm

Thur - 7am-9pm

Fri - 7 am-7pm

Sat - 9am-2pm

443 Park Ave S - Lower Level

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Pain Relief for

Hands, Wrists & Forearm

Post Injury Repair and Pain Relief for Hands, Wrists, & Forearm

Located in Manhattan 28th ST, NYC

How We Help

If you've ever had carpel tunnel syndrome, a broken finger or tennis elbow, then you know how much these and other injuries to the hand, wrist and forearm can negatively impact routine activities of daily living as well as exercise and sports performance. 

Tennis elbow (Lateral Epicondolitis), for example, not only can interfere with specific sports activities but also with basic things such as holding a bag of groceries, opening a jar and typing at a computer.  Finding the right treatment for these types of injuries can dramatically and sometimes rather quickly improve one's quality of life. 

 

On Your Mark's team of expert massage therapists can help relieve and end these nagging and often times inconvenient and painful ailments. We also partner with Physical Therapists and other hand and wrist injury specialists to ensure that each client gets the best care for their individual injury. 

 

Injuries we treat include:
 

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Golfer's Elbow

  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

  • Pronator Teres Entrapment

  • Tendonitis in finger and wrist tendons

  • Nerve Entrapments

  • Muscle Strains

About Our Treatments

Injuries to the hand, wrist and forearm can result from single traumas, repetitive use and can be in part the result of poor posture and muscle imbalances in the upper arm, shoulders and upper back. This is why it is very important to have injury recovery therapists who can not only treat the local symptoms but also help identify if and what other factors may need to also be addressed.

Poor upper back strength, rounded shoulders and a forward head posture can lead to overuse of the forearm and hand musculature. This is not uncommon in musicians, athletes, office workers and manual laborers. In addition, a nerve entrapment at the neck or anterior shoulder can mimic some of the same symptoms as carpal tunnel syndrome. So can nerve entrapment of the median nerve by the Pronator Teres Muscle. This accounts in part for the low success rate of carpal tunnel surgeries because the surgeries may not have addressed the actual problem. 
 

We incorporate a variety of assessment tools and treatments to help with injuries to the hand, wrist and forearm.

 

Treatments our team provides include:​

  • Postural and Movement Assessments

  • Active Release

  • Deep Tissue and Swedish Massage

  • Trigger Point Therapy

  • Myofascial Release

  • Corrective Exercises

  • Postural Reeducation