Hear from healthcare experts leading the charge in treatment for Post-Acute COVID Syndrome (PACS), then check out our infographic on Managing Long COVID. 

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In this on-demand webinar and infographic, our experts will share:

• What we know about long COVID

• How to identify long COVID patients

• How a multidisciplinary approach benefits long COVID

• When to refer long COVID patients for specialty care

The Managing Long COVID: A Physician’s Resource infographic provides you with more resources on symptoms and treatments of this mysterious illness affecting 100 million people worldwide. 


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Assistant Professor,
General Internal Medicine
Co-Director | COVID-19
Recovery (CORE) Clinic
Albert Einstein College
of Medicine
Montefiore Medical Center

Seth Congdon, MD

Presenting Managing Long COVID-19 in the Primary Care Setting

Dr. Seth F. Congdon is an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center, where he teaches internal medicine residents at the Family Care Center.

He is Co-Director at the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic, where he provides primary care to patients who were treated for COVID-related complications outside of the hospital setting. During the height of the pandemic, he also provided critical care on the front lines of the emergency department.

Neuro and Pulmonary
Rehabilitation Specialist
MOTION Sports Medicine
New York Presbyterian
Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

Puneet Dhaliwal, PT, DPT

Presenting Outpatient Rehabilitation for Long COVID-19

Dr. Puneet Dhaliwal is a physical therapist specializing in Parkinson’s Disease, MS, Stroke, vestibular dysfunction, and pulmonary conditions. She supervises Neuro and Pulmonary Rehabilitation at the outpatient department of New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.

She administers individualized rehabilitative care to patients in recovery after hospitalization for COVID-19 symptoms and has a wealth of firsthand experience treating patients with post-acute sequelae COVID.

Assistant Professor,
Pulmonary Medicine
Co-Director | COVID-19
Recovery (CORE) Clinic
Albert Einstein College
of Medicine
Montefiore Medical Center

Marjan M. Islam, MD

Presenting Understanding Long COVID-19: Pathophysiology and Risk Factors

Dr. Marjan Islam is an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Pulmonary Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. He is Co-Director of the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic, providing care for patients recovering from critical illness following COVID-19.

Dr. Islam focuses on the utilization of thoracic ultrasound in patients with acute respiratory failure and lung ultrasound in patients recovering from respiratory failure after COVID-19.

Recently, his work on COVID-19 outcomes in critically ill patients has been published and featured in multiple outlets.

Associate Professor,
Cardiovascular Medicine
and Epidemiology
Director, Preventive
Cardiovascular Health
Yale School of Medicine

Erica Spatz, MD, MHS

Presenting Epidemiology of Long COVID and Outcomes Registries

Dr. Erica Spatz is an associate professor of cardiovascular medicine and epidemiology at Yale School of Medicine. She is the director of the Preventive Cardiovascular Health Program at Yale School of Medicine, which aims to bring an individualized approach to cardiovascular disease prevention and management, and she is a health services researcher at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE).

Her work includes investigating the physiological processes of Long COVID and collaborating with worldwide research communities to advance the understanding of COVID-19’s ongoing impact.

Clinical Director, Abilities Research Center
Mount Sinai Health

Jenna Tosto, PT, DPT, NCS

Presenting Outpatient Rehabilitation for Long COVID-19

Dr. Jenna Tosto is a physical therapist at the Abilities Research Center of the Mount Sinai Health System. She specializes in knowledge translation into neurological rehabilitation practice and the role of novel technology in motor recovery following neurological injury.

She serves as Clinical Director at the Precision Recovery Program, monitoring patients with neurological disorders through the pandemic, including the provision of rehabilitative care for patients in recovery after COVID-19 infections.

Chief Clinical Officer,
MOTION Sports Medicine


Mike Fox, PT, SCS

Mike is a founding member of MOTION PT Group where he serves as Chief Clinical Officer. He is a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist, a member of the Mt. Sinai Trusted Rehab Network Advisory Board, and a Hospital for Special Surgery Credentialed Advanced Hip Clinician. Mike helped form MOTION PT Group in 2015, having co-founded STAR (Sports Therapy And Rehabilitation) Physical & Occupational Therapy in 1999.