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.
Hi, I'm Dr. Alex Rosenfeld. My goal as a physical therapist is to restore function and movement as quickly as possible. I believe in treating each individual as a whole being, and recognizing everybody's unique needs and goals. With this approach, I assess each person in order to design a treatment protocol tailored to address the source of the problem, and meet these needs. I strongly believe in education, and providing you with the tools to take control of your health.
I have experience working with a variety of populations, of all ages, each with their own individual goals. These range from runners and athletes, neurological injuries, orthopedic injuries, and most importantly, anyone who moves. Additionally, I have advanced training in running science and mechanics.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, I moved to New York City to attend Columbia University, where I earned my Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to that, I attended Syracuse University where I received my bachelor's degree. Upon moving to New York City, I got bit by the running bug, and have been participating in road races throughout the city ever since, including the NYC Marathon. I also enjoy playing volleyball regularly as a way to stay active.