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Dr. Edilene Panlilio, PT, DPT has practiced physical therapy for more than 15 years. She has worked in many different types of outpatient clinical settings, and has extensive expertise with manual therapy. In order to provide excellent care, she empowers herself through yearly continuing education. Edilene appreciates that as a physical therapist, she connects with patients on a daily basis, and prioritizes treating them with compassion and professionalism.
Edilene has experience working with individuals with musculoskeletal pain as well as orthopedic and sports injuries. Her clinical areas of interest include low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, knee pain, and ankle pain. She utilizes a variety of manual therapy techniques to help her patients, including joint manipulation, muscle energy techniques and soft tissue mobilization. Edilene is committed to continuing education to stay abreast of the latest treatment modalities and trends in physical therapy.
In her spare time, Edilene enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, and loves to explore the world, experiencing new tastes and adventures.
Dr. Paulina Reiban, DC completed her four-year chiropractic degree with honors at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Ontario, Canada. She also completed her four-year undergraduate degree with honors at Western University in Ontario, Canada and double majored in Physiology and Pharmacology/Toxicology.
After spending nearly ten years as a chiropractor in Ontario, Canada, Dr. Reiban brought her knowledge and experience to the team at SportsMed, Paramus. Early in her career, she developed an interest in myofascial techniques to treat muscular pain, and trained in massage therapy to further enhance her chiropractic treatments. In addition to treating neck and back pain, she also focuses on treating upper and lower extremities, including shoulders, knees, hands, and feet as part of her appreciation for overall musculoskeletal well-being. She uses a diverse set of tools and techniques including Kinesiotape, postural education, instrument assisted soft tissue therapy (IAST) and PNF stretching, to name a few.
Dr. Reiban loves helping her patients move and function better, and works closely with the physical therapists, aides, and other providers to give her patients the best care possible. Through her practice, she has helped children with developmental delays, young athletes, weekend warriors, expectant mothers, and seniors. She tailors her techniques to the needs of each individual and provides evidence-based plans of care to guide her patients through their recovery.
Dr. Reiban is fascinated by languages, multicultural cuisines and travel. This may be in part to her own diverse upbringing, being born and raised in Ecuador until the age of nine, and then immigrating to Canada with her family. It was there where she developed her career and met her first love and high school sweetheart. They now have a young son, dog, and three cats, aka Divas. When she’s not in the office, you’ll probably find Dr. Reiban at a local food festival or a hidden gem restaurant in your very own town!
Julia Cho, OTR/L has her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy and has clinical experience in mental healthcare, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient rehabilitation. She is especially interested in hand therapy.
Julia believes the most fulfilling part of being an occupational therapist is when patients say that they can complete what they need to do on a daily basis and do the things they love to do.
Occupational therapy is a health profession that helps people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations).
Patients might improve the quality of their lives by improving the efficiency of daily tasks or finding ways to complete tasks more quickly. For example, an OTR could work with someone who is struggling to return to work after an injury by recommending strategies such as coming up with alternative ways to complete tasks at work or setting goals for completing certain tasks in a given amount of time.
People are more than just patients at our clinic. They are people with stories, passions, and hopes for their future. Julia’s job as an occupational therapist is to help them regain function so they can continue pursuing their life goals.
In her free time, Julia’s hobbies include baking, traveling, and her maltipoo named Zoe.
Suyoung Lee, MS, L.Ac. obtained a Master of Acupuncture degree from New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Additionally, she is a Diplomate of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Suyoung’s specialty is auricular (ear) acupuncture, and she is especially interested in women’s health issues, pain management, stress, and emotional issues. As an acupuncturist, she gains fulfillment when her patients report that their condition is improving thanks to working together.
Suyoung is dedicated to helping her patients by developing a holistic approach to healing utilizing acupuncture. She works closely with each patient to determine the best treatment plan based on their individual needs.
Her acupuncture philosophy is based on the idea that anyone can achieve optimal health by working together with their practitioner to find the right treatment plan for them.
Suyoung was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. Her favorite hobby is slowly walking around the park and mountains to breathe fresh air, looking for medicinal herbs and mushrooms.
Joint Replacement Therapy
Hand & Occupational Therapy
65 and Older Program
Women’s Health / Pregnancy
Alter-G Anti-Gravity Treadmill