Orthology is an innovative solution for rapid recovery from pain, injury, and surgery. Our goal is simple. To get you back to a pain-free life as quickly as possible.
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Daniel Yoo has always been– and continues to be–an avid athlete, playing a variety of sports, including basketball, soccer, flag football, and volleyball. This passion for an active lifestyle drew him to his profession as a physical therapist, where he can help others enjoy a full life of sports and activities, uninhibited by injuries and pain. During his undergraduate studies, Daniel worked with UC Irvine athletes as a member of the Sports Medicine team. He gained vast knowledge and experience in rehabilitation and injury prevention, working with athletes from a range of collegiate sports. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of California, Irvine and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Touro College, where he graduated with academic distinction. Daniel is furthering his knowledge-base by taking continuing education courses provided by the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. He loves playing and listening to music, eating innovative food, spending time with his family and friends, and meeting new people.
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Jonathan Jezequel believes strongly in the power of a strategy based on scientific research, on-site clinical experience, and individual patient goals. He works diligently and one-on-one with each patient to ensure a prompt and comprehensive recovery and return to function. He received his B.S. from Wheaton College where he studied Kinesiology and Applied Health Sciences and graduated magna cum laude. He went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University and was the Faculty Excellence in Orthopaedics Award Laureate. A soccer player himself, his areas of special interest includes treating hip, knee and ankle pathologies in general, and soccer-related injuries in particular, including acute and chronic tendinopathies and patellofemoral pain syndrome. Jonathan is double board-certified in orthopaedics and sports through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He is also a laboratory instructor in several classes at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Program in Physical Therapy. He holds memberships in the American Physical Therapy Association and its New York Physical Therapy chapter.
Edyta Friend has helped hundreds of patients recover from neurological, orthopedic and sports related injuries and conditions. Her extensive training in manual therapy, along with her sensitive and empathetic nature, makes her a great physical therapist. She brings a special combination to every patient she treats: technical expertise alongside genuine compassion, a pairing that leads to increased positive outcomes. Edyta specializes in manual therapy techniques with an emphasis on trigger point, myofascial, and neurofascial therapies, as well as manipulation. She received her Master of Physical Therapy from Touro College in 2003 and her clinical experience includes some of New York’s top physical therapy establishments. She has worked as a Physical Therapist at the Rusk Institute, as well as outpatient orthopedic clinics in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Most of all, Edyta believes in the importance of educating patients about their conditions, and what they can do to avoid further aggravation of the problem–and especially, avoid future injuries. She encourages patients to be active participants in their healthcare and to focus on prevention in order to keep their bodies in an optimal state of health.
Gimbo John Corre is the kind of caregiver who really inspires patients. When faced with a difficult way forward on their journey to pain-free, long term, better health, they know that Gimbo will be there every step of the way. He leads by example. A determined guy who worked his way through school, he paid for his own education in his native Philippines. It’s fitting that such a steadfast caregiver should graduate from a school called the University of Perpetual Help System, with its focus on health and service. He’s a practitioner that continuously communicates with patients, educating them about their condition so they can respond accordingly. As he’s demonstrated in his own life, knowledge is a powerful tool. He knows that an informed patient, fully engaged in their own treatment, makes the path to recovery far easier. Gimbo’s love of sports is at the core of his mission to get people healthy. Basketball has played a major role in his life, and his true passion is working with athletes. He got his start in a small sports clinic, and went on to become the Head Physical Therapist of the Philippine Team Men’s Basketball U18. He was then appointed the National University Sports Program Head Physical Therapist. You can see why the legendary Dirk Nowitzki is his favorite ballplayer! You don’t get to be one of the greatest shooters of all time unless you out-work everyone else—showing up early, staying late. The name of the game is practice. Perfect model for a health practitioner. And what’s the reward after so much hard work? Gimbo says it’s seeing patients getting back to doing what they love, regaining their form. Then, when he’s treating athletes, seeing them perform again at their best. “It gives me a high and feeling of accomplishment,” he says, especially “getting a nod from patients or players after a spectacular performance.” Gimbo was with them every step of the way.