Physical Therapist & Physician Liaison

Aaron attended undergraduate school at the University of Michigan, and graduate school at New York Medical College. He has 20 years of experience in the field of sports medicine. In 2001, Aaron was recognized by the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) as an Advanced Hip Clinician. He works closely with NYC’s top physicians, and as a Certified Mckenzie clinician, has become an indispensable resource for individuals with pain resulting from spinal disorders. He owned his own physical therapy practice at the 92nd street Y, and in 2014, joined the H&D team at our 88th street location. Aaron also holds a United States patent on an innovative ankle brace that has undergone clinical trials in several European markets. In his free time, he loves to play tennis and cook in his wood-burning pizza oven!  Aaron currently works at H&D's  upper east side location.


In our continuing efforts to ensure the safety and well-being of our patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are pleased to announce that we have launched a new integrated patient intake system that not only allows you to electronically complete and sign all necessary paperwork, but also to schedule and manage your appointments online.  This secure, easy to use tool is HIPAA compliant and available to you 24/7 using your personal computer or tablet.  In addition to the health benefit of reduced time interacting with front desk staff, with online scheduling you have the ability with a few clicks to:

  • View availability and pick the appointments that are most convenient for you
  • Choose from onsite clinics, home visits and telehealth options
  • ​Make recurring appointments for up to 4 weeks in advance
  • Receive automated appointment reminders via email, text or phone call

ALL of our offices are OPEN and ALL of our specialties (Vestibular, Hand and Pelvic Health) are available! 

Click Here to view our full COVID-19 Safety Policy 

Click on the button to complete online COVID-19 Health Screen prior to your appointment