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JFPT Virtual Classes

Located in Manhattan's Union Square, NYC

JFPT has followed a creative impulse and we are now offering an impressive list of virtual classes that we are making available to our patients, families and friends. We have classes for all ages and interest that are offered throughout the week.

Our virtual classes are all available through Zoom so you can connect with us from anywhere! These classes are not only great for exercise, but for socializing with others. Our amazing instructors take the time to get to know you and your injuries prior to any class. We try to make the class as individualized and focused on you as possible. We offer individual pricing on classes and an amazing 4 pack class pass. You can book one of our amazing classes now, by pressing the book now button below!


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Meet Your Class Instructors


Deena comes to James Fowler Physical Therapy with specialized experience in Geriatrics and more specifically Parkinson’s disease. She began her training at Ithaca College where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and a minor in Geriatrics with honors. From there, she continued to hone her skills at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in New Jersey. Here she was able to treat individuals with limb loss, joint replacements, fractures, spinal surgeries, and cardiac events- experiences that many of the patients at JFPT undergo before our treatment. Because of her work at Kessler, Deena understands the importance of building a healthy, active lifestyle and body awareness which are qualities important to the JFPT model.

In addition to her education and work at Kessler, Deena holds an advanced certification as an LSVT BIG Certified Clinician for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease. She is able to create special manual treatments and exercise programs for patients with Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions. Deena is also passionate about therapy outside of the office, and she is active in the American Physical Therapy Association. As the Communications Chair for the Amputation Care Special Interest Group, she works with students and therapists from across the country to promote evidence based practice, research, and continuing education in the management of limb loss.

When she is not actively promoting therapy practices or assisting patients, Deena does yoga, takes dance classes, and-in the warmer months-enjoys being outside hiking or rock climbing in the Hudson Valley.