Palmer Concierge Physical Therapy & the NYC Central Park Holiday Classic Run 2021

Palmer Concierge Physical Therapy is a proud sponsor of this year’s NYC Central Park Holiday Classic Run.  Our physical therapists are runners and specialize in working with other runners to improve performance while reducing pain.  As a gift to this year’s race participants, we are giving away 2 fantastic promotions to improve running and performance and reduce pain ($175 value each).   

Free 30-minute Virtual Runner’s Strength and Flexibility Program:

  • Discuss how the right stretching and strengthening program will complement and improve your running performance.
  • Learn the 6 best stretching and strengthening exercises for runners. 

OR

Free 30-minute Virtual Runner’s Injury Consultation:

  • Discuss your running related aches and pains (both new and old).
  • Discuss how the right stretching and strengthening program can improve performance while reducing pain.
  • Discuss how physical therapy may provide you the relief you need.  

What Do They Say About Dr. Palmer? 

“I have been deeply involved in the running world for 40 years. I started competing in the early 80’s eventually running a 2:24 marathon in Boston….[after injury]…Dr. Palmer was thorough, patient and took a measured view of my condition and treatment. He was adaptive, intuitive and smart !! He figured it out!!! His guidance, therapies and hands on work got me better.  I can say without hesitation Dr.Palmer is the best PT I’ve come across in the 40 years.”  – Jerry Macari, Urban Athletics


“Dr. Palmer has a wealth of knowledge on sports medicine and running. His recovery plan, guidance and patience put me back on track with my marathon training. I highly recommend Dr. Palmer for any physical concerns, preventive care, rehabilitation, chronic conditions or injuries.” – Jeannie Braunmiller


To receive your free 30-minute consultation, a $175 value, sign up on our website contact page within two weeks after race day.  This offer is limited to the first 40 runners.