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.
We know what it takes to break the Cycle of Injury. Our approach goes beyond just treating the symptoms you’re feeling today, and gets to the root cause of the injury. We excel in creating a comprehensive plan of treatment-customized for you and targets the root cause of your pain, addressing the key areas necessary for recovery:
* Mobility: To get you pain free and moving without restriction
* Flexibility: To return full range of motion to the affected areas
* Stability: To help you control movement, improve performance, and avoid re-injury.
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Ryan McKeough believes that understanding each patient’s unique experiences and personal story is critical to the recovery process. A competitive athlete himself, Ryan’s own injury made him realize the profound and positive impact of physical therapy. His approach focuses on manual therapy techniques combined with exercise prescription and corrective strategies (Kinesio taping and biofeedback devices) to achieve goal oriented results. Born in Nova Scotia, Ryan spent his formative years wrestling, running, and playing football and rugby. He won multiple wrestling titles before transitioning into coaching. Graduating with honors from Acadia University with B.S. in Kinesiology, he relocated to Australia, completing a Master of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Canberra. During his time in Australia, Ryan treated elite martial artists, triathletes and Olympic swimmers. He also worked with Australian Rules Football and Rugby Union clubs. True to his Canadian roots, he joined the Melbourne Mustangs Ice Hockey Club, and his proactive approach to injury prevention helped them win their first championship. Ryan enjoys going to the gym, playing guitar, and telling anyone who will listen that it’s the Montreal Canadians’ year to win the Stanley Cup!
Originally from the Philippines, Clarice is a graduate of the University of Santo Tomas, widely known for its reputation as a research center. Pursuing advanced education and accreditation in her field, she is currently working on her Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Arcadia University, designed to give practicing clinicians further evidence-based tools to achieve great outcomes for their patients in treatment. Like many other successful therapists, Clarice’s professional role is rooted in a compassionate understanding of her patient’s journey. She brings genuine commitment to her work as a caregiver, and knows that empathy is a key component to treatment. It builds a foundation of trust that enables an open dialogue between practitioner and patient. “I’m not only able to help patients recover but it allows me to get to know my patients beyond their injury.” People suffering from musculoskeletal issues say that pain and injury “take over your life.” Clarice’s goal is clear: she wants to get people back to doing what they love. It’s a rewarding experience, “seeing patients get back to their normal routine without pain.” The only greater reward is doing it again and again, for every individual that comes to her for care. When Clarice is not pursuing her passion as a physical therapist, she stays active. She loves taking a fun, challenging barre class, and also enjoys Pilates. And there’s always running, which helps her maintain a complete awareness of her body, whenever she can fit it into her busy schedule! Clarice is also certified in The Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), a comprehensive, movement-based diagnostic system. It directs manual therapy and therapeutic exercise interventions by systematically tracking functional movement patterns.
Born and raised in the Philippines, Sarah Sinson earned a Bachelor of Science from the highly respected University of Santo Tomas. Like many PTs, she is dedicated to further education in her chosen field, and is currently completing her transitional doctorate degree at the University of Montana. Right after finishing college in the Philippines, Sarah moved to Houston, Texas to successfully pass her Physical Therapy licensure exam in 2014. She then headed to New York that same year to begin her career. Inspired by “being able to help patient achieve their goals” Sarah has set many goals for herself, and her record of positive patient outcomes speaks for itself. Above all, she is passionate about getting people back to doing what they love. Fully engaged in her work as a caregiver, she has been working for Sports-Orthopedic related clinics in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens since arriving in New York. She provides “pure attention” to the people she treats, and truly believes that being a great physical therapist requires focused, empathetic concern to help each individual patient get better, faster. “The rest will fall into place,” she says. Sarah has stayed true to her pursuit of professional education. She has been attending continuing education seminars headed by the Institute of Physical Art (IPA) and Maitland-Australian Physiotherapy, broadening her knowledge in order to treat a greater variety of the patient population. She’s committed to using research-based techniques and proven exercises to help patients get relief—both immediate and long-term. She attends barre and trampoline classes in NYC in her spare time. Always striving to help others, she incorporates what she learns in those classes into exercises that will benefit patients.
Tyron—also known as “Ty” to friends– pursues his passions and goes all in for every patient he treats and every activity he enjoys. Professionally, this all-in mentality has served him well. He worked as a therapist in the Philippines for 5 years with success in hospitals, outpatient clinics, and in aquatics/sports settings. A truly rewarding time in his career. He then moved to NYC to work in the “big time.” After more than a decade of positive patient outcomes, he’s joined the team at Orthology. And with this new challenge, Ty says he “wants to keep rocking and go deeper in improving his skills as a physical therapist.” Another all-in passion of his is freediving. It’s an extraordinary pursuit—a challenging form of underwater diving based on the diver going as far down as possible, holding their breath until resurfacing. To be perfectly clear, that means no breathing apparatus! As you would guess, the measure of a great freediver is how far they can go. But it demands that the diver stay relaxed. It gives a PT like Ty a unique understanding of how the human body performs under stress. Ty is totally prepared for this unique endeavor. He’s a trained scuba diver, runner and does yoga. After all, part of going “all-in” is doing the hard work—continuing your education, gaining more expertise, executing against a plan. This is a man that knows what he’s doing. Every patient he meets knows they’re in good hands.