Equal parts direct and compassionate, Stacey Futterman is an ideal advocate for men and women experiencing pelvic floor and musculoskeletal issues. She is deeply committed to the alleviation of chronic pain and discomfort through her therapeutic practice, inspired lectures, and comprehensive continuing education courses.
Corey Bindler seeks common ground with each of her patients in order to understand them as a holistic being, not just an ailment. A strong patient-physical therapist connection is essential for Corey. With each new appointment, she endeavors to find at least one touchpoint – some kind of commonality between her and her patient – to help build the trust necessary for a fruitful working relationship.
As an educator and practitioner, Deena feels empowered to improve the quality of her patients’ lives, and join them on their wellness journey. With an extensive background in Women’s Health, she brings both the knowledge and experience that are essential to overcoming the myriad of challenges that patients face with sensitivity and compassion.
Strong conviction, life experience, compassion and empathy have been the main drivers in Gwen’s decision to dedicate her career to woman’s health care and wellness. Through experience and training she has learned there are many important rehabilitation concepts that are useful for both pregnant and post-partum woman to consider on their journey to maintain and return to fitness and wellness not typically addressed in the traditional medical model.
Patients living within the tri-state area can schedule a complementary 15-minute phone consultation with one of our physical therapists. We’ll walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have about your initial visit.