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Khyati Bhayani, MS, PT obtained her Master of Science degree in Kinesiology and specializes in vestibular therapy and women’s health/pelvic floor therapy. She prioritizes continuing her education in order to better serve her patients, and has completed training with the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute (PF1 and PF2) and Mulligan’s Mobilization with Movement technique.
As a physical therapist, Khyati looks forward to spreading awareness daily about the importance of pelvic floor physical therapy. The most satisfying part of her job is that she gets to help her patients become pain-free and regain their independence.
In her spare time, Khyati enjoys cooking and spending time with her family outdoors and on treks. She also has an adventurous side, and enjoys skydiving, under-water river walking, and learning to fly a plane
In addition to English, Khyati speak the Indian dialects of Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi.
Dr. Evan Grunder, DC earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Binghamton University and his Doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College. He also earned an advanced certificate in Sport Science and Human Performance from New York Chiropractic College, and is certified n Activator Methods (a low-force adjusting technique) and ConnecTx therapy (a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue manipulation).
To Dr. Grunder, the most fulfilling part of being a chiropractor is when patients leave his office feeling better than when they came in.
In his spare time, Dr. Grunder is an avid New York Giants and Yankees fan, and likes to experiment in the kitchen making healthier versions of classic recipes.
Lisa-Marie Pinkston, MS, OTR/L obtained a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Sacred Heart University. She has 10 years of experience as an occupational therapist and is an upper extremity specialist.
Lisa-Marie was introduced to hand therapy by accident, due to a paperwork mistake in graduate school. After begging her professor to place her anywhere else, the professor told her, “You never know, you might like it.” Ten years later, Lisa-Marie can’t imagine working in any other setting.
She enjoys the challenge of treating hands, and the fulfillment she gets from witnessing patients feel better. Lisa-Marie’s favorite part of being an occupational therapist is helping someone on their journey to get back to their life. Whether it be pain, a range of motion limitation, or surgical precautions, the day a patient starts to “feel normal”, she knows she did her job to the best of her ability.
Dr. Angelo Kim, Lac., DACM is a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine; he received his doctorate (DACM) from Pacific College of Health and Science.
Angelo utilizes acupuncture to treat a variety of ailments and conditions; he has a special interest in working with patients to help with sleep issues, digestive issues, emotional issues, and fertility. As an acupuncturist, Angelo finds his work especially rewarding when patients elect to try acupuncture before pursuing more invasive treatments, such as medications or surgery.
In his free time, Angelo loves watching baseball and is a dedicated fan of the New York Yankees.
Joint Replacement Therapy
65 and Older Program
Women’s Health / Pregnancy
Hand & Occupational Therapy