James W. Horn, MSPT
(Jim) received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University, with a Bachelor of Science. He returned to school shortly afterwards where he earned his masters in Physical Therapy from Columbia University.
Jim has worked with a diverse group of people with a wide range of physical therapy needs. Jim has worked with babies, teens and adults in several settings, including early intervention and the NYC Department of Education. The youngest client Jim worked with was 4 months old, while the oldest was 104 years of age. Jim greatly enjoys the different challenges that working across such a broad spectrum offers.
Jim’s interests in running, weight lifting, golf, and platform tennis (paddle) help him relate to his patient’s goals of resuming their functional lives. Jim has continued his professional education in areas including knee, shoulder and spine rehabilitation, with a strong focus on manual interventions and active patient participation. Jim believes that a person’s successful rehabilitation begins with understanding what it is that motivates each individual to get well.
Jim currently lives on Long Island with his wife and three young children.
To hear Jim speak about his approach and outlook on physical therapy,
take a look at this video interview with trainer Johari Mayfield:
·American Physical Therapy Association
·Long Island Road Runners Club www.lirrc.org
Network Member of:
·NYU Langone Medical Center
Hospital for Joint Diseases Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
Deidre A. Johnson
Deidre Ann Johnson is a graduate of Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn as well as a graduate of The Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy. Her first job was at the prestigious Columbia Medical Center -- where Dr. Oz broke ground by bringing alternative medicine into the operating room with meditation and massage.
Here experiences are quite varied from orthopedic private practices to home care to nursing homes.
She was a 2-time National and World Champion Powerlifter in the 122-lb weight class in the American Drug-Free Powerlifting Association and a finisher of the 1999 New York City Marathon. She is also a published author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Weight Training."
"Set your Life on Fire. Seek those who fan your Flames."
Nancy joined Chelsea PT after several years in the medical field in New York. She will greet you with a welcoming smile when you arrive and help you with anything you may need. She is a native New Yorker, from Brooklyn, and will be happy to tell you all about her favorite places to eat and people watch. In her spare time you can find her browsing for more yarn for her craft projects and looking for great new recipes.
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