New York, NY 10019
Fax: (212) 496-8196
- monday7:00 am - 7:30 pm
- tuesday7:00 am - 7:30 pm
- wednesday7:00 am - 7:30 pm
- thursday7:00 am - 7:30 pm
- friday7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Choose to get better. Choose MOTION PT Group.
Midtown West is a physical therapy clinic with one mission: to get you back to normal fast, with less pain and lasting results. It’s conveniently located on Broadway in New York, NY.
Our team of therapists develop personalized treatments and follow evidence-based protocols that lead to the best possible results. We’ll help you feel better, so you can get back to what moves you.
Participating Member of the Hospital for Special Surgery Rehabilitation Network and the Mount Sinai Health System
Christie Gregowicz. PT, DPT. has been a practicing PT for about 6 years. She spent her time studying at the University of Scranton for a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is working toward specializing in orthopedics. She treats a variety of neurological conditions as well. She is known at the clinic for her expertise with vestibular diagnoses. When it comes to her patients, she is sure to provide excellent hands on care to achieve their goals. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, and skiing. Maintaining an active lifestyle is important to Christie, and she knows how important it is to her patients.
Hillary Krajewski PT, DPT, has worked with MOTION Sports Medicine since September 2017. Hillary graduated from Lebanon Valley College with a dual major in Spanish and Health Science in May 2015 and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2017. Originally from Danville, Pennsylvania, she has gained experience working in clinics in Pittsburgh, PA and Chicago IL, which has helped her to develop a variety of clinical techniques. She enjoys treating many different orthopedic conditions, including shoulder injuries, back pain and knee pain. Hillary has organized and participated in numerous community outreach projects including group fitness programs, pro-bono PT services, and injury prevention screening for athletes. In her free time, she enjoys running, baking banana bread, and listening to podcasts.
Lori Monson, PT, MSPT, is licensed to practice in New York State since 1978. Her clinical experience is in general orthopedics, with a background in motor learning and neuroscience. Lori was board certified as an orthopedic specialist (OCS) in 1995. She founded Bradley & Monson Physical Therapy with Maggie Bradley in 1981, and the practice joined Motion Sports Medicine in 2015. Lori is active in the APTA and co-founded the Alliance of Independent Physical Therapists of the New York Physical Therapy Association in 2004. She has taught continuing education courses and mentored for the orthopedic residency program at NYU Physical Therapy. Lori’s special interests include movement analysis, medical problems of musicians and injuries of running athletes. Lori loves working with people and the challenge of discovering the multiple factors that cause injury in each unique and often complex physical problem. She works with her patients to develop creative treatment programs that fit individual lifestyles. Lori plays cello and is a member of the Violincello Society of New York. She is an avid tennis player and relaxes with gardening and home improvement projects.
Megan Sinnwell, PT, DPT, is an orthopedic physical therapist and former professional dancer. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY, and has worked with a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Prior to that, Megan received her B.A. in Dance and Communication Studies from the University of Iowa. In her 15 years in NY, she has worked with a number of modern dance companies and artists, and she brings her strong background in movement into her physical therapy practice. Additionally, Megan worked as a personal trainer for over 10 years and has certifications in pre-/post-natal and kettlebell training. Megan has a deep interest in manual therapy and has taken continuing education classes through the Institute of Physical Art, NAIOMT, and a number of Dance Medicine courses through NYU School of Medicine. Megan advocates for a holistic approach to patient care to address individualized goals for each patient.
Marvin Canita. PT, DPT, OCS, a licensed physical therapist in the state of New York and has been practicing for fifteen years. He is a board-certified orthopedic specialist and fellowship trained in orthopedic manual physical therapy. His experience is mostly in outpatient practice, working with orthopedic cases, sports medicine, geriatric patients, post-surgical cases and patients with concussion designated for return to play. On his spare time, he likes to bike, run and hike and has completed several 10 k’s, half-marathons, marathons and bike rides. He hopes to complete a triathlon and qualify for Boston Marathon one day.
Joy Cadiz, PT, DPT, is a Physical Therapist in the state of New York. She worked as a Physical Therapy Assistant for three years in an outpatient clinic before taking NPTE. She is currently taking her Doctorate at Arcadia University. Joy is currently working on her CKTP and is planning to take the certification in June. She shows great interest in pediatrics and has been working with pediatric patients that involve orthopedic cases in the clinic.
Darryl Tan, PT, DPT, is licensed to practice in the state of New York and has been practicing for about a year. Darryl graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S. in Psychology and Biological Sciences, and got his DPT from Columbia University. He has experience in treatment of orthopedic, cardiac, geriatrics, post-operative and sports medicine conditions. He previously had clinical rotations in acute hospital settings and had experience analyzing and adjusting golf swings appropriately. He has a strong interest in sports and treating athletic populations, as he was a collegiate athlete himself. He has been surrounded by physical therapy his whole life, as his father is also a physical therapist, which has helped shaped him into a well rounded therapist and person.
Laura Lory, OTR/L, CHT is a graduate of the University of Toledo with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science in 2007 and Nova Southeastern University with a Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2009. After becoming an OT, she worked primarily with intensive care level patients. Always interested in hand therapy and splint making, she attended the Hand Therapy Fellowship program at the University of Michigan in 2013. Returning to Ohio, she worked as a hand therapist in a physician owned clinic in Akron, OH. In 2015, she obtained her Certified Hand Therapy Certification (CHT). She recently moved to New York City to work at the MOTION Midtown West clinic.