Scott Field, L.M.T.

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To make an appointment with Scott please email keystonebodywork@gmail.com or call: 917-868-1255. 

Scott Field is a Licensed Massage Therapist and full body certified Active Release Techniques Provider. Scott is licensed to practice many modalities of bodywork ranging from Swedish, therapeutic, medical, shiatsu to sports massage. Scott’s main area of focus is deep tissue, ortho-theraputic bodywork. Scott works with all types of clients and specializes in treating athletes and active individuals with acute/chronic injury and/or repetitive strain syndromes. Scott has a sincere passion for getting athletes and active clients back on their feet or back to their game. Scott has participated in many races himself, from short trail races, half and full marathons, ultra marathons and multi-day stage races. Scott truly understands what it’s like to suffer with injury while racing and especially during training. As an avid runner and cyclist he has had his share of training related mishaps and injuries and has taken the necessary steps to better himself as an athlete and as a bodywork provider. His knowledge of what the human body is capable of gives him a good understanding of how to treat any athlete/individual at whatever state that they may be in. Whether treating chronic injury, repetitive strain syndromes or providing general wellness and body maintenance, Scott will not only have your back but you will be in good, qualified hands. You may also see him treating participants of many local and not so local races. Scott has provided treatment and bodywork at the finish line of the Survival of the Shawangunks (SOS), The Summer Solstice Race, The Shawangunk Runners Summer Series and the Adirondack Ragnar Relay.

Scott graduated with from the Massage Therapy Department at Columbia Greene in Hudson, New York. Scott earned highest honors and was inducted into both Alpha Sigma Lambda and Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Societies. While at Columbia Greene he was a teaching assistant for undergraduate students in the studies of Myology and Kinesiology and was also tutor for Neurology. Scott also has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art where his main focus of study was figurative sculpture. Since his early days in college Scott has always considered himself to be somewhat of an anatomy geek.

Scott went to Columbia Greene with the sole intent of working with athletes, teams and/or athletic departments. After graduation and to this day he has not veered far from this course and we are pleased to have him as a member of our care giving team here at Performance Sports and Wellness.

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