How I work with Clients
My patients each have a task that can be likened to climbing a mountain. I am like an experienced Sherpa. If I could drag you up the mountain, I would do that in a heartbeat. I have tried many times in my career and can tell you that it does not work. You need to be engaged in the climbing for our collaboration to be fruitful. It is likely that I have helped other people climb mountains similar to the one you are faced with now. Hopefully, my experience and knowledge will serve you with shortcuts up the mountain. It is likely that some of my ideas will be brilliantly on the mark as evidenced by significant and fast progress. Some others may be unhelpful-irritating or ineffectual. Your willingness to "walk the path" is every bit as important as my ability to come up with pragmatic ways for you to get up the mountain. Once you have worked (or maybe relaxed) your way up the mountain, how do you stay up there? That could mean keeping a chronic pain from returning, the pelvic floor from tightening up or the balance from getting shaky again. What kind of consistent practice will keep you close enough to the summit to be happily on your purpose in life? Let's figure that out together.
School: Columbia University
Degree: Master of Physical Therapy
License or Certificate Physical Therapist #1180692 New York
Payment & Insurance
$50.00 - $200.00