Dr. Jordan D Metzl, MD is located in
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Jordan D. Metzl, MD, is a sports medicine physician who specializes in the treatment of athletic injuries. His training includes sports medicine fellowships at both Vanderbilt and Harvard Universities. Dr. Metzl is the medical columnist for Triathlete magazine, is the author of "The Young Athlete, A Sports Doctor's Complete Guide for Parents", and has authored more than twenty scientific articles on Sports Medicine. He speaks regularly to medical and lay audiences, both in the Northeast and around the country, about issues related to sports safety and participation. In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Metzl is an avid fastpitch softball player, a former college soccer player, a 25-time marathon runner, and three-time Ironman triathlete. His focus is to keep people who wish to be active, moving and healthy.
519 East 72nd Street @ York Avenue
Last Modified: Tuesday Sep 11 2007
My Snapple cap has just informed me that Manhattan is the only city in America without a Main Street. In fact, none of her streets or avenues could be considered primary arteries – this city is full of large, tiny, and in-between streets you will enjoy navigating.
The streets are numbered from the East Village north, starting at 1st Street and continuing to 220nd Street. Streets are typically three car-lengths wide: a traveling lane sandwiched between two sides of parked cars. On alternate side of the street parking days, the sandwich is open-faced.
You will also notice that the north/south blocks are short. Twenty north/south blocks equal one mile. The seven avenues of the east side equal approximately a mile (her width varies); the width of Central Park is one-half mile, and five cross-town blocks of the west side equal a mile. Crossing Manhattan from north to ...