• 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist and Shred Excel snowboarder Ayumu Hirano on the podium at the 2015 Burton US Open

  • Team USA Greco-Roman Wrestler Andy Bisek victorious over Team Cuba opponent at 2015 Beat the Streets USA v Cuba meet.

  • Covering World Cup races as the US Physio for our Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Champion skiers.

  • 2014 Olympic Gold Medalist and Shred Excel snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington during Olympic Qualifiers, Dec 2013/Jan 2014

  • 2015 World Cup Champion and Shred Excel snowboarder Scotty James on the podium at the 2014 Dew Tour in Breckenridge

  • Team USA Women’s Boxer Mikaela Mayer at the USOC Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs

  • One of our world class riders, he’s in the zone before dropping into the pipe at the Burton US Open

  • Training runs in the halfpipe

  • We treat and consult for triathletes and several endurance athletes.

  • After injuries or surgeries, we restore NCAA athletes to peak performance

  • Snowboard Cross (SBX)

  • Kendo with NYC Kendo’s Kataoka Sensei

Noel Lozares, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, COMT works with athletes from a wide range of disciplines and of all levels.

  • Olympic and Paralympic Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalists, Olympic and Paralympic Competitors, World Cup Champions and Competitors, US National Team Members: Skiers, Snowboarders, Fencers, Wrestlers, Weightlifters, Boxers, Gymansts, Swimmers, Pentathlets, Paracyclists, Track & Field
  •  Winter X-Games, Dew Tour, Burton US Open Champions and Competitors: Snowboarders, Skateboarders, BMX riders
  • NCAA Division I – Division III Athletes: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Swimming, Water Polo
  • Professional, Semi-pro and Competitive Athletes: Soccer, Runners (including Boston, NYC, and Chicago Marathon participants), Cyclists, Triathletes (including Ironman participants), Martial Artists, MMA, Equestrian

Working with athletes requires strong clinical assessment skills, a diverse repertoire of treatment techniques, and demands a comprehensive grasp of the functional deficiencies caused by the injury. To develop the best plan of care for athletes one must also understand the physical demands, the dynamic stresses placed upon the body, and how forces are generated or dissipated specifically for each sport.

Noel is a USA Track & Field Level 1 Coach.

Dr. Lozares is the physiotherapist for several professional athletes including Olympic and World Cup Champions from all over the world.

Noel is the Physio for the US Paralympic Snowboarding Team for the 2017/18 season as they prepare for the World Cup Season and the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Between 2010 and 2014 Noel served as a Physio for the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA). He was the Head Physiotherapist for the US Women’s Alpine Ski Team for the 2011/12 season.

The US Fencing Men’s Épée Team, as well as some of the members of the Foil, Épée, and Saber Senior Team work with Dr. Lozares. He also works with and consults for several TeamUSA team members: Women’s Freestyle Wrestlers, Greco-Roman Wrestlers, Weightlifters, Boxers, and Track & Field athletes. Several of these athletes competed in the 2015 Pan Am Games, the 2016 Summer Olympics, and some of them Medaled at the Games.

Dr. Lozares covered the 2013 USGA US Open at Merion as part the wellness team. He also provided support for BMX and Skateboard athletes at the 2014 Dew Tour City Championships in Brooklyn.

Sports and sports rehabilitation are integral parts of Noel’s clinical training and of his personal background. He believes it is important to perceive sports from multiple viewpoints including those as a participant and a coach. Dr. Lozares has been snowboarding and skiing for over 25 years. He is an avid runner, completing the Berlin Marathon, the Chicago Marathon, the Tokyo Marathon, the Big Sur International Marathon twice, the Philadelphia Marathon, the Marine Corps Marathon, and the California International Marathon.