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Park North Physical Therapy takes a lot of pride in personalized care. Each person who walks through our door has different needs. It's our job to provide a safe and positive environment for our clients to meet their needs.
We take a goal-oriented approach to healing. Whatever your goals might be we want to help you achieve them
Our mission is very simple. We strive to provide creative and innovative physical medicine to the Harlem community.
We’ll provide hands-on treatment in the office and education you can take home with you, enabling you to become an active participant in your recovery and future physical health.
Carly Krysa earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Public health with a minor of Psychology at the College of Charleston. During her time in Charleston, she fell in love with the practice of yoga and healing through the mind and body, earning herself a 200-hour registered yoga certification (RYT-200).
In 2021, Carly completed her Associates of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant at Mercer County Community College in New Jersey. As a PT at Park North, she loves incorporating yoga and mindfulness into her treatment sessions to complement traditional physical therapy interventions. Her goal is to help individuals improve their physical health and wellbeing through a holistic approach.
Carly became interested in Neurokinetic therapy in a previous role. She had the opportunity to work in a facility that focused on this specific treatment style. Carly became very interested in neurokinetics because it focuses on treating the whole body rather than a specific injury. It allows the patient to heal from a deeper level because it focuses on your breathing, movements and your pain. Everything in the body is connected so when one part goes out of alignment it will throw your entire system off.
At Park North Physical Therapy, Carly employs neurokinetic therapy to help patients with a wide variety of problems that include pain management, fall prevention, to avoid surgery, improve mobility and movement, sports injuries, neurological conditions, improve balance and many more conditions.
Born and raised on Long Island, Julian graduated from the University at Buffalo receiving his BS in Exercise Science with a minor in nutrition. He went on to receive his DPT from Stony Brook University. During this time, he gained experience working with patients from all walks of life and was able to specialize in sports medicine and vestibular therapy.
Julian believes in treating his patients as a teammate by communicating and developing personalized treatment plans. His focus is treating both the physical and psychosocial components equally. His goal is to provide the education and guidance needed to return the patient to their former activities.
When Julian isn’t in the clinic, he’s probably playing competitive computer games, tennis, or golf, reading a book, cooking up different styles of fried rice or watching the Jets lose.. again.. and again.
Divya has been in the healthcare field for close to 20years. She has worked in health services evaluation and program development,taught yoga to diverse populations, and provided physical therapy in inpatient and outpatient settings. Divya believes in the body’s innate ability to heal and adapt, and takes a holistic approach to treatment. She aims to empower patients with the knowledge and tools they need to understand their condition,manage pain, and engage in the activities that are most important to them. Divya earned a BA in Economics and French from Amherst College, a PhD in Social Policy from Oxford University and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hunter College, CUNY. She is certified to teach yoga by the Integral Yoga Institute.
Coming from Northern Virginia, Pape Diagne graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Health, Physical education and Exercise science, with a concentration in health science. He would later move to NYC where he would obtain his DPT from Columbia University.
Pape has a specific interest in treating a variety of orthopedic injuries via functional training of the body as a whole along with implementation of hands-on manual techniques to alleviate symptoms & improve overall functional performance. Viewing each patient as the start of a new journey, he works with each patient to identify their goals & specific needs in order to maximize their well-being & assist in achieving recovery. With a holistic outlook on life, Pape’s mission at Park North is to reduce the emotional and physical anguish that comes with injury or illness to help patients get back to living at their fullest capacity!
Originally from London, UK, Ranmit graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University, NY. He has had the chance to work with a wide variety of patients/populations throughout his academic and clinical training including athletes returning to high level sports, weight lifters, older adults living neurological conditions and all types of orthopedic injuries
Ranmit strongly believes in the body’s ability to adapt and to heal if given the right environment and appropriate stimulus.
He has traveled extensively and enjoys exploring new parts of the world and trains in the gym regularly to stay active. He has a keen interest and long history with technology and trying new foods.
Ranmit’s approach to treating keeps the focus on the patient the entire treatment whilst being centered around them to allow adaptability so the patient can truly co-create their treatment plans to ensure optimal care. His goal is to give you the tools you need to succeed, and to be your guide along the road to recovery.
Halima graduated from University at Buffalo with Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and Bachelors in Social Sciences Interdisciplinary with an Early Childhood Concentration. Halima has served a variety of diverse populations in various settings such as Hospital, SNF, School to provide exceptional client-centered care through holistic and evidence-based practice in order to maximize functional levels and quality of life. Halima’s pique interest is in hand therapy, and how the mind to muscle connection affects the anatomy of the upper extremities to perform meaningful movements to maximize exercises. Halima believes that integration of technology-based therapeutic tools and robotics in skilled therapy interventions can advance the delivery of healthcare services.
Halima’s hobbies include playing multiplayer-based video games, being creative through needlework such as embroidery, sewing cosplay costumes, illustrating webtoons/comics, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through weight training.
Sam Morjaria brings two decades of experience to Park North Physical Therapy. Sam graduated from the University of Vermont in 1998 with his degree in Physical Therapy. He started his career at Beth Israel Hospital in outpatient sports medicine treating professional athletes, dancers, and stuntmen. His philosophy of physical healing is to treat the body as a whole instead of treating the point of pain and/or dysfunction.
Sam uses hands-on therapy to relieve pain and restore normal movement to the body. He has advanced training in Myofascial Release, running biomechanics, Maitland mobilizations, strength and conditioning and is certified in Active Release Technique. Sam is also a certified golf fitness instructor by the Titleist Performance Institute.
Sam believes in treating the body as one unit to return to function and exercise. He implements an individualized treatment program to meet everyone’s specific goals and needs. He is a proponent of education about the body, so the knowledge can carry over into everyday life and movement.
Originally from the Bay Area, California, Sam graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University. He has had experience working with a wide variety of populations, including athletes, weight lifters, neurological injuries, and all types of orthopedic injuries. He enjoys playing basketball and working out at the gym regularly to stay active.