Dania Sweitzer, PT, Is a New York State Licensed Physical Therapist from New York University and director of Saw Mill River Physical Therapy . Her experiences have included working at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City as a Senior Therapist with in-patient Orthopedics, numerous years as Assistant Director at New York’s Eastside Sports Medicine Center and 25 years as Co-owner of Pleasantville Physical Therapy & Sport Care in Pleasantville, New York. She has Co-authored chapters in two Orthopedic textbooks on the knee.

Dania was a Division I swimmer, a Physical Education Teacher and high school coach in four different sports, worked with Injured NY Knicks players on and off the basketball court, NY Rangers injuries and pre- season screenings, NYC Ballet, American Ballet Theater and School of American Ballet Dancers, Professional Tennis Players, Olympic Swimmers and Boxers.

She is happy to bring her vast experience to her practice at the Saw Mill Club in Mount Kisco, NY where we welcome patients of all ages and activity levels.

Todd Feinkind, Partner, is a NYS licensed Physical Therapist. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from State University of New York at Buffalo in 2008. Todd was a student-athlete as a member of the Division 1 wrestling team for four seasons. Upon his graduation, Todd began his career as a traveling Physical Therapist, traveling to clinics across the country that were in need for Physical Therapists. Upon his return to New York, Todd focused his work in out-patient orthopedics with a focus in sport rehabilitation, where he worked with patients ranging from elite athletes to office workers and weekend warriors. He has worked with patients with sports and non-sports related injuries, chronic and acute, post-surgical and non-surgical. Todd was proud to have been the Physical Therapist for the Central Park Track Club from 2014-2018. He was also proud to treat MMA fighters and Olympic Runners. Todd emphasizes his treatments with manual techniques to decrease muscle tension and pain; and strengthening exercises to improve muscle activation and performance. In addition, he teaches and harps on proper posture, exercise technique and quality of movement.

Todd completed his course work in Active Release Technique (ART) utilizing the soft tissue technique to decrease muscle tension. Todd is a Rocktape provider, a form of Kinesio Taping that emphasizes fascial movement and tissue decompression. Todd utilizes Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) allowing him to assess movement patterns to find the root cause of symptoms and dysfunctions, which he uses to optimize patient’s functional performance and prevention of injury.  Todd is also a Level 1 TPI certified instructor which he uses to assess client’s body mechanics as it relates to their golf swings. Todd has also utilized Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) in his treatments to increase cellular swelling to improve muscle activation, reduce atrophy, and increase muscle strength.

When Todd is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and woodworking.