- Sports Injuries
- Spinal Injuries and Conditions
- Pre & Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2001
- Pilates Certified
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Boris Gilzon graduated from Hunter College Summa Cum Laude in 1989. He gained orthopedic and sports rehabilitation experience at Hospital for Joint Diseases – NYU Medical Center.
From 1993 to 1999, Boris worked as Chief PT at Brooklyn Spine and Arthritis Center of New York Methodist Hospital.
He became a Board Certified Hand Therapist in 2001 and passed the Orthopedic Specialty Board examination in 2009. Boris obtained his DPT degree from Long Island University in 2012.
He received certification in Pilates instruction in 2003.
Boris is an Associate Professor at CUNY/SI Department of Physical Therapy.
He is a former national-level track and field competitor and presently a competitive triathlete.
I injured my left shoulder and could not get the full range of motion. My shoulder also got weaker and I started compensating with the right one. I had weakness in the limb when was swimming or doing Yoga.
As a licensed acupuncturist I was a bit biased about exercising to increase ROM in my shoulder. Boris worked with me and showed me exercise routines to strengthen my weakened muscles and over a short period of time I noticed much greater range of motion and more strength.
Now I can do a prayer Yoga posture (when you put both of your hands in a prayer position behind your back). Thanks to Boris Physical Therapy routine I significantly recovered and now send my patients for Physical Therapy.
“A lifetime of competitive sports and martial arts has had some inevitable consequences and I’ve needed physical therapy several times over the last few years. Having had some disappointing experiences in the past I did my homework this time around. The PSPT website is definitely worth checking out – Svetlana and Boris, the directors, are impressively credentialed, and from my experience that appears to be top/down – I haven’t been disappointed.”