At Sutton Place Physical Therapy you'll discover unparalleled excellence in rehabilitative care. You'll find professionals with a passion for their work, a state-of-the-art facility and a uniquely supportive environment that encourages rapid progress and client independence.
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Carol founded Sutton Place Physical Therapy in 1998. Carol earned a B.S. in physical therapy from Ithaca College and an M.S. from the University of Southern California. She has served as director of physical therapy at Doctors Memorial and Charter Peachford Hospitals in Atlanta. Carol has continued education in spine, pediatrics, geriatrics, sports medicine, woman's pelvic health and breast cancer rehabilitation. She has been a speaker for the American Physical Therapy Association, the American Hospital Association, the NY Road Runner’s Club, Excelsior Health Club, The Arthritis Foundation and NYU. She has also been interviewed on SIRIUS radio for “Dr. Health” discussing Fall Prevention and Osteoporosis. In 2011, Carol was certified by The Hospital for Special Surgery as an advanced hip clinician. She is now one of the few PTs in midtown Manhattan who has this certification and training to assure the best practice in the rehabilitation of hip pathology and post-operative hip patients.
Physical Therapist Certification or Specialty in Maitland's Manual Therapy-1 Basic Peripheral Techniques, and Maitland's Manual Therapy-2 Basic Spinal Techniques Dr. Ben Musselman received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hunter College (City University of New York Graduate Center) and his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Eastern Mennonite University. Ben has been treating patients with orthopedic, neurologic, gait and balance and vestibular diagnoses at Sutton Place Physical Therapy for over 7 years. The therapy he provides is grounded in a Maitland manual therapy and assessment based approach. This approach emphasizes hands on mobilization of muscles and joints guided by extensive communication between patient and therapist. This approach fits well with Sutton Place Physical Therapy’s one on one structured treatment sessions. Ben has studied this approach through extensive continuing education coursework in the discipline. Ben integrates into this approach some of the key therapeutic components of yoga, such as breathing, total body alignment, and mindfulness that he has learned though Threes Physiyoga, and Ashtanga Yoga Shala workshop coursework, and from his own personal practice of yoga.
Crystal Eubanks graduated from Long Island University with a Master's in Health Sciences in Physical Therapy. She has worked in a variety of settings including acute rehab, acute hospital care, home care, and outpatient clinics. Certified in LSVT BIG (Parkinson's Disease and other Movement Disorders), Crystal's passion is working with patients with various neurological disorders and creating programs specific to their needs. Crystal has worked with orthopedic, cardiac, trauma, geriatric, and oncologic patients. She has expertise in scar management, wound care, splinting, and burns. Crystal enjoys traveling and exploring new countries, watching the NY Jets, and playing softball in Central Park. Crystal was a pitcher on the LIU blackbirds softball team and now enjoys coaching girls softball. Crystal loves playing with her dog, Harley, in her free time.
Tracey earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from NYU and her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Emory University. She has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings including hospital acute care, inpatient neurological rehab, and outpatient orthopedics. Tracey is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS); in addition she has taken continuing education courses in Maitland (basic peripheral and spinal) and Kinesiotaping. She enjoys working with orthopedic and sports based conditions as well as patient’s with neurological impairments. In her spare time Tracey enjoys watching sports (especially soccer), travelling, music, and movies.
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Dr. Marian Williams earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Evidence in Motion and her Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Long Island University, where she graduated cum laude. Prior to enrollment at Long Island University, Marian received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Ohio University. She has worked in several clinical settings, having spent 5 years as a therapist at Columbia Presbyterian, where she worked with orthopedic, neurologic, cardiac, and pediatric patients. Marian was an adjunct professor at Columbia University School of Physical Therapy, and published an article in a Physical Therapy journal titled “Exercise and Post-Polio Syndrome”. Marian enjoys treating a variety of patients and takes pride in providing individualized care. In her free time, Marian enjoys an active lifestyle which includes running, watching her children’s hockey, lacrosse, and swimming events, reading, and cooking. She ran in 3 New York City marathons.
Jillian earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University and her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Manhattan College where she was a member of the Women's Lacrosse Team. Jillian has extensive orthopedic experience after treating in the outpatient setting for almost 8 years and has furthered her knowledge and clinical skills with training from the Institute of Physical Art and Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars. Jillian has developed a passion for pelvic floor physical therapy and her orthopedic experience has allowed her to see the complete picture while treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction. She has completed pelvic floor training with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and the Institute of Physical Art. In her free time, she enjoys running and spending time with her family.