Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy is OPEN! Click here for new guidelines.

Meet our physical therapist, Dr. Emily Todd, DPT!

Physical Therapist at Reddy Care Physical Therapy Farrmingdale!

Dr. Emily Todd, PT, DPT 


What made you get into the field of Physical Therapy?

My family works in all different healthcare professions and I wanted to follow in their footsteps. In high school, I decided to take an internship at a physical therapy office and knew physical therapy was the profession for me.  Helping people and being such a pivotal role in their recovery is extremely rewarding to me as a physical therapist. 


How long have you been practicing physical therapy?

I have been practicing PT since May 2017. 

What’s your favorite part about being a physical therapist?

My favorite part of physical therapy is seeing patients from start to finish.  At the initial evaluation patients are so limited in their daily lives due to pain, loss of balance, etc. and by the time they finish therapy they are able to go back to doing what they love, or just living more independently.  It is also nice to have the opportunity to develop a close relationship with my patients while doing so. 


What’s your favorite PT condition to treat? 

My favorite condition to treat is post-operative cases.  I enjoy treating post-operative cases because in most cases, once the patient gets surgery their condition continues to improve which makes patients more motivated to exercise and get better. 

How can patients benefit from treatment?

Patients can benefit from physical therapy treatments in numerous ways. If pain is your chief complaint, there are numerous manual therapy techniques, pain modalities and therapeutic exercises that physical therapists are highly trained in.  If generalized weakness/gait instability/poor balance is your chief complaint physical therapy can help you to restore strength for normal function and to challenge your balance in a safe controlled atmosphere to improve it. 

What do you love about being part of the Reddy Care team?

I love being a part of the Reddy Care team because everyone is so welcoming and friendly. I have made some great friends at Reddy Care which makes work fun. 

What’s one fun fact about you?

One fun fact about me is that I love going to the gym.



At Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy, we can get you set up with the right therapist for you. Call today to schedule a consultation!
Reddy Care Great Neck (Great Neck Physical Therapy): 516-829-0030
Reddy Care Farmingdale (Farmingdale Physical Therapy): 516-420-2900
In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy (Home Care): 516-829-0030





Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy is an outstanding specialty service providing exceptional care and state-of-the-art treatments for the residents of Farmingdale and Great Neck, New York. The combination of innovative exercise programs, manual therapy, and technology together with the expertise of every member of the team enables Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy to provide services that ensure superior clinical outcomes and consistently high patient satisfaction.

You Might Also Enjoy...

Multiple Sclerosis

Physical therapy can be crucial in helping a patient with MS improve their function and independence. Your therapist will help address any weakness or range of motion issues you may be experiencing.

Eliminate Plantar Fasciitis Discomfort.

Physical therapy can help reduce your plantar fasciitis pain and reduce recurrence. Your physical therapist will examine your movement, posture, and mobility and create a personalized treatment plan to help you.

The origins of physical therapy

Physical Therapy dates back to 460 B.C. where Hippocrates introduced the idea of pain management through manual therapy.  However, it wasn’t until WW1 and the Polio Epidemic where Physical Therapy began to gain popularity.

Marketing Better Post-COVID With Vinod Somareddy, PT

Vinod Somareddy, PT of Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy in NYC, is a hugely successful PT owner of many years and has seen many challenges, but it took the COVID pandemic for him to reconsider how he marketed his clinic and kept Patients safe.

Physical Therapy can reduce your Vertigo Symptoms

By performing specific head movements, your physical therapist can move the crystals around in your inner ear that are causing vertigo. They can also help you with a series of exercises called Cawthorne exercises which can help decrease the symptoms.

Will I Benefit from Occupational Therapy?

The goal of occupational therapy is to get the patient doing the things they need to do to better take care of themselves. Occupational therapists specialize in helping patients regain skills, so they can complete everyday tasks.