Orthopedic, Sports, Hand and Pediatric Specialists. The clinic is located in Central Park Slope, facing the Prospect Park.

Board Certified Orthopedic and Hand practitioners, Advanced Hip Clinician, Certified scoliosis/spine specialists are the staff members. AlterG treadmill and state-of-art equipme...

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Nicole Liquori


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Nicole did her undergraduate studies at Stonybrook University where she received her bachelors in health care management. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the College of Staten Island. Nicole is interested in orthopedics and the use of manual therapy and joint mobilizations to improve mobility and flexibility. Nicole further enhanced her treatment approach by training in kinesiololgy taping. Her hands-on approach helps to restore joint mobility and overall flexibility. Nicole is particularly interested in shoulder and spinal rehabilitation. During off-hours you are likely to meet her in a local Y, CrossFit gym or yoga studio.

Boris Gilzon


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Boris graduated from Hunter College Summa Cum Laude in 1989. He gained orthopedic and sports rehabilitation experience at Hospital for Joint Diseases - NYU Medical Center. From 1993 to 1999, Boris worked as Chief PT at Brooklyn Spine and Arthritis Center of New York Methodist Hospital. He became a Board Certified Hand Therapist in 2001 and passed the Orthopedic Specialty Board examination in 2009. Boris obtained his DPT degree from Long Island University in 2012. He received certification in Pilates instruction in 2003. Boris is an Associate Professor at CUNY/SI Department of Physical Therapy. He is a former national level track and field competitor and presently a competitive triathlete.

Kristin Romeo


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Kristin received her Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular Biology from Binghamton University where she concurrently became certified as an EMT and worked in emergency medical services for several years. She became a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2014 receiving her degree from The College of Staten Island. Kristin has experience treating orthopedic conditions in both adults and children and places an emphasis on yoga and Pilates techniques in her treatment. She has furthered her skills by training in pelvic floor and RockTape. Kristin spends her spare time playing soccer, practicing yoga or cheering on her favorite soccer team AS Roma.

Svetlana Lazarev


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After graduating from Hunter College Summa Cum Laude, Svetlana worked at the Hospital for Joint Diseases, gaining experience in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation. Svetlana is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. She obtained an Advanced Hip Clinician Certification from the Hospital for Special Surgery in 2012. She is a certified yoga teacher and her treatment approach incorporates yoga and Pilates based exercises.

Moussia Krinsky-Raski


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Areas of Expertise Upper Extremity Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Rehabilitation. Fabrication of custom splints for hand, wrist, and elbow. Sports Injuries Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation Moussia specializes in the treatment of orthopedic and soft tissue injuries of the upper-extremity and is well-trained in the fabrication of custom orthoses of the elbow, wrist, and hand. She treats a variety of diagnosis including those sustained following a fall, overuse and sports-related injuries. Moussia graduated from SUNY Downstate Medical Center with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2014. There, she was awarded the Masters Project Award for her educational videos depicting effective strategies to improve cultural competency among health practitioners. As an OT, Moussia prides herself on designing therapeutic activities and home exercise programs that are functional and client-centered. Moussia is a member of the Lubavitch Hasidic community of Crown Heights and speaks both Hebrew and Yiddish. A born-and-bred local, she enjoys practicing yoga and honing her Pilates skills on the innovative megaformer at the SLT studio on Flatbush Avenue. Moussia can also be found commuting along Prospect Park West on her bright blue bike. Why did you want to become an occupational therapist? As an OT, I have the ability to help people of all ages and abilities to do the things they need and want to do. I think hands are really interesting and using them is what makes us human. While PTs get you going, it’s the OT that gets you doing. In this area of practice, I can be “hands on” in helping my patients be the best they can be. This is very individualistic and each treatment is designed specifically for each patient. The rehab environment is fun and dynamic, making every therapeutic journey special.

Lacey Salberg


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Areas of Expertise Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Pre and Post Natal Rehabilitation Lacey Salberg completed her bachelor’s degree in Public Health at Tulane University in New Orleans, where she developed a foundation in injury prevention, as well as a love for jazz music. After college, Lacey became an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and taught a high school fitness, nutrition, and mental resilience curriculum in the NYC education system. She later followed her passion and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Rutgers University, where she received the “outstanding research and scholarship award,” for her presentation at the International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity in South Korea. At Rutgers, Lacey gained clinical experience in orthopedic, neurological, and cardiothoracic ICU settings. Lacey attributes her love for human movement to the 15 years she spent competing in USA Gymnastics. Through sport, she developed an innate sense of body awareness and creative exercise techniques that she incorporates into her individualized treatment sessions. Gymnastics taught Lacey what she believes is the core principle of PT – that having control over your body gives you autonomy over your life. Lacey is always refining her manual therapy skills and hopes to complete a series of Maitland courses, as well as a pelvic floor specialization in the near future. She is proud to be part of the Physical Therapy profession and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of evidence based care.

Joanne Petrunik


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Areas of Expertise Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation Sports Injuries Hand Therapy Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Joanne has been practicing in the field of upper extremity rehabilitation for most of her career. Her formal hand therapy mentorship and training experience was through Beth Israel Medical Center in NYC. Joanne was awarded board certification in hand therapy in 1992 and has kept current credentials through her work, continuing education, and student supervision. She later received her Master of Health Science with a focus in upper extremity rehabilitation in 2010 at Drexel University. This enabled her to teach hand therapy and orthotics in the faculty of Rehabilitation at Seton Hall University. Custom fabrication of orthotics is her special interest. Joanne has worked in a variety of care settings, including the role as a private practitioner in Brooklyn, NY for ten years. After living in England, New Jersey, and Boston Joanne has come home to Brooklyn. We welcome her to continue a career that is full of new learning and experiences.


142 Prospect Park West,
Brooklyn, NY 11215


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Park Sports Physical Therapy - Prospect Park