SPEAR at the Plaza is located on the lower level of the Plaza Hotel, a long-standing premier NYC establishment at the apex of the city’s tourism offerings: world-class shopping, theatre and beautiful Central Park are mere seconds away. The clinic’s predominantly high-end clientele benefit from its u...

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Ryan Coye, PT, DPT




Ryan earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University. During his time there, Ryan served as Co-President of his class and was inducted into the Alpha Eta National Honor Society for academic excellence among allied health professionals. Throughout his clinical experiences, he gained exposure to a wide range of patient populations including inpatient and outpatient orthopedics, acute care, ICU, pediatrics, geriatrics, sports rehabilitation, and post-operative spine, shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle rehabilitation. Before attending graduate school, Ryan received his Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from Binghamton University. While there, he played intramural basketball, volleyball, softball, flag football, and soccer. Ryan is also a founding father of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Mu Gamma chapter. Born and raised in Skaneateles, a small town in upstate NY, Ryan has embraced the New York City lifestyle. In his free time, Ryan enjoys playing recreational sports, spending time with friends and family, hiking, weight training, travelling, and cooking.

Jamie Bredahl, PT, DPT


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Jamie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University. She gained clinical experience in multiple outpatient settings, working with patients of all ages who presented with orthopedic, neurological, and vestibular issues. She trained under several Manual Therapy Certified Specialists, who introduced her to myofascial release, cupping, Peptide Receptor Radionuclide Therapy (PRRT), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), and kinesiotaping treatments, which she now implements in her daily practice. While earning her degree, Jamie was also captain of the Division I varsity volleyball team for the Huskies. She became the first person in school history to break 1000 digs, 1000 kills, and 1000 assists! Jamie has been in and out of physical therapy herself due to her own athletic injuries, and understands the hard work and dedication it takes to get back to peak performance. Her personal comprehension, combined with her desire to help people return to a full and healthy life, has fueled her desire to become a physical therapist. Currently, she is particularly passionate about geriatric fall prevention, as well as helping all individuals realize their potential to live their best life. Jamie still loves volleyball and plays weekly here in New York City. She also enjoys traveling the world, exploring new food spots, going to concerts, skiing and hiking in Colorado.

Kara Kaplan


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Kara Kaplan earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University — Brooklyn. She has clinical experience working with a wide range of patient populations in multiple settings, including outpatient orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, acute medical/surgical intensive care units, and adult neurological rehabilitation. During her time at LIU, she also had the opportunity to provide physical therapy services to a community of underserved children in Belize. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Kara completed her undergraduate studies at Hunter College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Dance has always been an integral part of Kara’s life and serves as the determining factor for her career choice in physical therapy. She has experience dancing both competitively and professionally for over 20 years and continues to pass on her extensive knowledge in the field by teaching dance classes on the weekends. Kara uses her trained eye in movement dysfunction, combined with a wide range of evidence-based treatment techniques, to identify the root of the problem and help her patients return to a full and healthy life. Kara has an interest in furthering her manual therapy skills with a focus in dance medicine. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Kara is a native of New York City and wouldn’t have it any other way. In her free time, Kara enjoys dancing, spending time with her friends and family, and eating a lot of Italian food.

Aleksandra Kuta, PT, DPT, OCS

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Aleksandra earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2009 from Hunter College in NYC. She came to the United States with her family from Poland when she was 13 years old. In high school, she enjoyed playing soccer and tennis, eventually injuring her knee, which led to her discovery of physical therapy. She soon became fascinated by the human body and pursued her passion of becoming a physical therapist. Aleksandra has experience in outpatient sports therapy, as well as inpatient acute care and acute rehabilitation spinal cord injury. In addition, Aleksandra has experience in home care which she still enjoys. Aleksandra has taken extensive continuing education courses geared towards outpatient manual therapy and continues to seek out learning opportunities whenever she can. In her free time, Aleksandra enjoys working out, playing tennis and traveling the world.

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Nour Aly

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Nour received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College, as well as his Bachelor’s degree in Biopsychology from Wagner College. During his undergraduate studies, Nour played for the football team, and was a key contributor for the conference championship team in 2014 as a wide receiver. Throughout his football career, Nour became familiar with physical therapy from a patient’s perspective, and later decided to pursue it as a career. While pursuing his Doctorate degree, Nour served on the Leadership Committee for his school. Nour gained clinical experience treating a wide variety of outpatient settings focusing on orthopedic issues, acute care, acute rehabilitation, sports rehabilitation, and pain science. Growing up just 20 minutes outside of NYC, Nour has always enjoyed the city. In his free time, Nour remains very active with recreational sports, and frequent outdoor activities such as hiking and running.


1 Central Park South, Level A,
New York , NY 10019


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