Rebecca Gordon, PT, DPT, CSCS, RYT-200
Rebecca earned her B.A. in Dance from Hunter College and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from New York University.
Rebecca’s passion for physical therapy grew out of a lifetime love of movement and athletics. She grew up horseback riding and went on to train under Grand Prix dressage trainers and teach riding for over 7 years. She picked up dance in high school and has performed contemporary and hip-hop works throughout New York City.
She also began training in yoga during that time, and her practice has since evolved from a simple means of exercise to a multidimensional, spiritual study. Rebecca’s journey with movement helped her recognize the power of the mind-body connection, which drives her approach to working with physical therapy patients.
Rebecca has experience working with diverse patient populations but specializes in orthopedic and pelvic floor diagnoses. She holds multiple advanced pelvic floor certifications through the American Physical Therapy Association and Herman & Wallace Rehabilitation Institute. She has also served as a teaching assistant for Herman & Wallace certification courses. She treats patients with a variety of pelvic floor presentations, including pelvic pain, coccydynia, sexual dysfunction, peripartum dysfunction, and urinary and bowel dysfunctions.
Rebecca is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and works as a personal trainer with private clients. She also earned her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification (RYT) after practicing yoga for over a decade. Rebecca integrates all of her experiences and training into her work with physical therapy patients, creating individualized treatment plans while cultivating a supportive clinical environment.