A Different Kind of Physical Therapy Clinic

*We see patients in private, 1-on-1 hour-long sessions. You'll work directly with your PT for your entire treatment journey.

*Our therapists devote time every week to continuing education so we can offer our patients the most current, comprehensive ort...

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Corey Hazama


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Premier physical therapist, co-founder, and educator — Corey is a lifelong learner who has trained and been certified in a number of specialized therapeutic areas. Corey has logged more than 1000 hours of continuing education coursework over her professional career. Corey is one of the five percent of physical therapists nationwide to become a board-certified orthopedic specialist (OCS). She also joined the elite group of Certified Functional Manual Therapists (CFMT), of which there are less than 300 in the world. Corey has worked in inpatient rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and outpatient orthopedics in New York City where she served as Clinical Director for Recovery Physical Therapy and Premiere Physical Therapy. Corey has completed the four visceral mobilization core courses with the Barral Institute, as well as Cranial Sacral I training with the Upledger Institute.

Joanna Hess


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Joanna’s entry into pelvic PT came from an interest in biomechanical interdependence, multisystem relationships, and societal influences. She looks to synthesize the lessons learned across disciplines to provide a healthy environment for the resilient body. Joanna completed her doctoral capstone in the relationship of abdominal adhesions in pelvic pain. She is also one of fewer than 200 physical therapists to receive certification from the Postural Restoration Institute. Joanna began her coursework to learn more about pelvic floor dysfunction and its relationship with the body. She's acquired training and practice in osteopathic principles, trigger point dry needling, and modern pain science. While at Aspetar Sports and Orthopedic Hospital in Qatar, she helped return athletes to competition and healthy lifestyles. Joanna has also contributed to scholarly articles describing the distinctives of women's health in sports performance and prolapse.

Rachel Clausen


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Rachel’s clinical experience includes in-patient acute care, outpatient orthopedics, in-patient rehab, and pelvic floor rehab. She has experience treating a wide range of patients from young adolescents to geriatrics. While pursuing her degrees, Rachel was drawn to pelvic floor rehab, specifically its relationship to pregnancy. She completed her undergraduate thesis on post-partum incontinence, comparing the experiences of women in Kenya and the United States. At Columbia University she helped conduct research investigating treatment methods for pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. Today, Rachel values the development of a working relationship with her patients. She is passionate about educating her patients and fellow healthcare providers about pelvic floor rehab and the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment. She works to empower her patients to achieve their goals.

Eliza Etter


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Eliza’s goal is to provide the best individualized treatment for each patient to improve their quality of life. She strives to create a welcoming and safe environment to help patients feel comfortable sharing information and to maximize treatment effectiveness. Eliza developed her passion for treating pelvic health dysfunction during her clinical rotations—with patient populations ranging from infants to geriatrics—when it became clear there is a great need for treatment and education about pelvic health conditions that can significantly impact one’s quality of life. Eliza loves sharing her knowledge with medical colleagues and the community to help educate them about pelvic health conditions and to normalize many of these infrequently discussed topics. Eliza is passionate about treating her patients and providing them with the information and the tools they need to reduce reoccurring issues and avoid future impairments.

Amy Stein


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Premier physical therapist, founder, and pioneer – Amy is at the forefront of treating pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain, specializing in functional manual therapy for all people, including children. In addition to being the founder of Beyond Basics, Amy has served as the President – and is currently on the advisory board – of the International Pelvic Pain Society. Amy also lectures internationally, has been featured in documentaries, and interviewed on critically-acclaimed TV shows like Dr. Oz, ABC’s 20/20, and Good Morning La La Land. As an award-winning author, Amy has written books on pelvic pain (Heal Pelvic Pain) and endometriosis (Beating Endo: How to reclaim your life from Endometriosis) and created a video on pelvic pain (Healing Pelvic Pain and Abdominal Pain).

Ekta Lund


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A firm believer in holistic approach, Ekta comes from a strong orthopaedic manual therapy background with clinical experience in outpatient settings working with clients of all age groups from paediatrics, to adults and geriatrics! After graduating from University of Pittsburgh's (Yes, she loves the Steelers!) elite physical therapy program, Ekta got interested in the IPA (Institute of Physical Arts) model and became a certified manual therapist (CFMT). She is one of few certified IPA therapists and regularly utilizes this treatment approach in all aspects of her care. Ekta gained interest in pelvic floor physical therapy through her experiences with patients; and saw the link between pelvic health and musculoskeletal diagnoses. She utilizes this approach to broaden her treatments to aid a wide variety of patients. continues to explore manual therapy through visceral mobilization techniques and uses yogic breathing sciences to help patients.


156 William Street , Suite 800
New York, NY 10038


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