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Dr. Tony Li, PT, DPT earned his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from New York Institute of Technology. Dr. Li has experience treating a diverse patient population in outpatient clinics, where he enjoys seeing a broad spectrum of orthopedic injuries. Tony is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Throughout his training, Tony has gained exposure to various disciplines of physical therapy including orthopedic manual therapy, injury prevention, and sports rehabilitation. He emphasizes patient education and providing the tools necessary to ensure full recovery and prevention of further pain or injury. He has a passion for using her knowledge of the human body, exercise, and manual skills to help patients reach their goals and improve their quality of life.
In addition to his passion for physical therapy, Dr. Li enjoys spending time with friends and family, snowboarding, exercising, and basketball.
Tony uses evidence-based practice, manual skills, exercise and education to help patients heal faster. He has extensive experience treating a diverse patient population, focusing on treatment of orthopedic injuries and prevention of chronic pain or injury.
Green Gartenberg, MS, L.Ac. has a Master of Science degree in Acupuncture. She specializes in pain management, and cosmetic/facial acupuncture.
As an acupuncturist, Greer prioritizes getting to the root cause of each patient’s issues by treating the person as a whole, taking into account the mind/body connection.
In her spare time, Greer enjoys the perfect balance of exploring the city and spending time hiking and in nature. She also considers yoga and meditation as essential to her well being.
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.
She enjoys the challenge of treating hands, and witnessing patients improve. Her favorite part of being an occupational therapist is helping someone on their journey to get back to their life.
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