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Professional Physical Therapy & Hand Therapy Clinic

West 52nd Street

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Contact Info

Phone: (646) 912-9086


Fax: (646) 867-0102

Address

333 West 52nd Street, Suite 801
New York, NY 10019

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Office Hours

Physical Therapy Hours:

Monday – Friday
7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Occupational Therapy Hours:

Monday – Thursday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Professional Physical Therapy and Hand Therapy at West 52nd Street in Manhattan is a leading provider of Physical Therapy and Hand Therapy in New York City.

Hear from our patients

Kabir U.
Kabir U.
Dr, Winnie Tsui and the whole staff are incredibly professional and helpful. I’ve been here 3 times and I’m already seeing improvement. The facility is very clean and has many tools to help you recover. All in all a great experience and would highly recommend you come here for physical therapy
Zelda K.
Zelda K.
Check in process here is so smooth. Winnie has been helping me regain flexibility and strength after a fracture and she’s been absolutely amazing. She’s also really interesting to talk to, and keeps finding new exercises so I don’t get bored!
Karen H.
Karen H.
It is a pleasure using Professional PT at the West 52nd Street facility. Everyone is so pleasant, and my therapist, Jeffrey Wong, is terrific. As a bonus, there are so many great places along Ninth Avenue for lunch or dinner.
Jarrett W.
Jarrett W.
Ask for Jeffrey… Nuff said. Great place for recovery
Ian T.
Ian T.
After a lamination decompression, my physical therapist, Ori Biala, had the knowledge and patience to get me back in shape for my EMS position. Kiendra at the front desk and all the other therapists made going there a pleasant experience. I am back at 100% thanks to Professional Physical Therapy!
Patrick S.
Patrick S.
Exceptional and challenging recovery care. All staff and schedulers excellent work and demeanor. Winnie, Jeffrey and Eugene all top flight. Broken fingers and torn tendon. Highly recommend. Come ready to work.
Cindy M.
Cindy M.
Great experience with Dr Shaun and the W52 facility overall. Convenient, clean and well equipped. Had about 10 weeks of 2x/week sessions with increasing progress all along. Shaun was very knowledgeable and provided very useful tips for enhancing my treatment outside of the sessions. Would... definitely schedule with him/Professional PT if I’m ever in need of additional PT services. Highly recommend.read more
Jesse Ethan B.
Jesse Ethan B.
I had just wrapped up a ~12 week rehab assignment and have nothing but positive things to say. MY PT, Shaun, as well as the other staff members were nothing short of exceptional.Shaun is extremely diligent in his craft, always thorough with explaining the in’s and out’s of particular exercises... and their effects, in addition to being extremely supportive in the small accomplishments/progressions made along the way. (It also didn’t hurt that he has good taste in music for our 7:00am sessions)If you are in need of a physical therapist in the NYC area, I would look no further than the PPT crew at 333 W 52nd St.read more
Susan G
Susan G
I've had a very good experience here-about 8 weeks so far. My PT (Shaun) is great, always understanding and thorough, explaining the process along the way. My shoulder has improved immensely. The rest of the staff are friendly and helpful too.
teresa S.
teresa S.
receptionist is friendly, efficient and helpful. My "PT is professional, patient, very clear on instructions, very conscious of disinfecting and distancing protocol, a good listener. The place is very clean and light. They also have disinfecting towelets and hand sanitizer on hand fr visitors and... staff. will definitely recomend!read more
Sandra G.
Sandra G.
I started going two weeks ago for PT/OT after pins were removed from my left ring finger.The receptionist is always very courteous, wait time is never long and the two therapists I see are very patient and kind.
Amy G.
Amy G.
Ohi and the staff are great. Professional, knowledgeable, thorough, and friendly. This place gets my highest recommendation.
Gina G.
Gina G.
Very knowledgeable, hands on, efficient and caring staff who explain and make you aware of exercises. Large, clean facility. Thanks to Ohi and his crew!!
Tyru 7.
Tyru 7.
I highly Recommend this place, The Traineers ( my trainer is Ohi) are Knowledgeable and Friendly.I have only been to three sessions so far and the improvements to my foot and leg are noticeable.
M.
M.
Great personal attention. The physical and occupational therapists are knowledgable, friendly, and are detail orientated. I never feel rushed and always leave feeling like I accomplished something.
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Physical Therapist Staff

Winnie Tsui, OTR/L, CHT, MBA

Winnie Tsui, OTR/L, CHT, MBA

Clinical Director

Treating Since

  • May 2020

Education

  • Master in Business Administration, NYU Stern School of Business
  • Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, NYU

Certifications

  • Hand Specialist

Clinical Interest

  • Occupational Hand Therapy
  • Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

Bio

Winnie is a Certified Hand Therapist with specialties in Hand Therapy, Ergonomics and Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE). Her hometown is Calgary, Alberta Canada where she trained in OT at the University of Alberta. She then moved to New York City for 21 years where she acquired her Certified Hand Therapy (CHT) certification and MBA at New York University. After being a Clinical Specialist of Hand Therapy in NYU Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation for 10 years (1999 – 2009), she then moved on to develop technology for healthcare. Collaborating with tech developers in Silicon Valley, Johns Hopkins University, NYU, Columbia, and Washington University. Since 2011, Winnie has been an adjunct professor of upper extremity orthopedics at Long Island University. In her spare time, Winnie loves to travel, cook, try new restaurants, skiing and hiking, including summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and all the highest peaks on the east coast.

Anita Lee, PT, DPT

Anita Lee, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Treating Since

  • January 2021

Education

  • Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Columbia University
  • Bachelor's Degree, Psychology, Columbia University

Memberships

  • ACAPT

Clinical Interest

  • Physical Therapy

Bio

My path to becoming a PT did not come from some injury or rehabilitation that I experienced myself. It was simple and I feel like step by step, I made my way here. I wanted to have a career that allow me to build relationships with people and simply be there for them through the more difficult or uncertain times. In particular, I would like to support the elderly which comes from my own relationship with and love for my grandparents. I want to support the elderly population to achieve their goals, maintain their quality of life, and value their roles in society. After graduating as valedictorian and summa cum laude at Stony Brook University earning my Bachelor of Science in Psychology, I went on to attend Columbia University and earned my Doctor of Physical Therapy there as valedictorian.

 

Shaun Whited, PT, DPT

Shaun Whited, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Education

  • Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Columbia University

Clinical Interest

  • Physical Therapy
  • Hand, Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder

Bio

Shaun earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Columbia University and his Bachelor of Arts in music education and performance from California State University Dominguez Hills. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Shaun was a professional musician in Los Angeles. Shaun was first introduced to Physical Therapy while recovering from a hand injury. The process of healing from a difficult injury led him to pursue physical therapy as a career in order to help others regain function and return to activities that are important to them. During his training, Shaun worked with patients of many backgrounds, including high level athletes, musicians, children, and older adults. He was also able to learn from Certified Hand Therapists, and is now pursuing becoming a Certified Hand Therapist himself. Having been an educator for over a decade, Shaun centers his treatment around ensuring that his patients understand their injuries, which he believes is essential to recovery. Shaun was born and raised in Los Angeles and still enjoys going to the beach in the summer. In his free time, Shaun loves hiking, bicycling, weight lifting, skiing, performing and composing music, wine tasting, traveling, and discovering new foods with his wife.

Jeffrey Wong, OTR/L, CHT

Jeffrey Wong, OTR/L, CHT

Occupational Therapist

Treating Since

  • December 2012

Education

  • Master's Degree, Occupational Therapy, University of Buffalo
  • Bachelor's Degree, Occupational Therapy

Certifications 

  • Certified Hand Therapist (CHT)

Memberships

  • ASHT

Clinical Interest

  • Occupational Hand Therapy

Bio

Jeffrey Wong OTR/L, CHT completed his Bachelor of Science (BS) and Master of Science (MS) degree in Occupational Therapy from the University at Buffalo in 2012. His core clinical concentration was in Hand Therapy. Upon graduation, he was recruited into private practice where he was trained under seasoned certified hand therapists in Philadelphia, PA. Looking to expand his skills beyond private practice, he went on to join multiple orthopedic organizations across the country, eventually becoming licensed in 6 states. He obtained his specialty certification in hand therapy in 2017. He went on to establish a hand therapy clinic in a sports medicine facility in Texas where he worked directly with board certified hand surgeons and trauma surgeons to provide immediate post-operative rehabilitation. Jeffrey specializes in treating many conditions of the upper extremity including wrist fractures, finger fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, sprain/strains, arthritis and joint pain, finger and elbow dislocations, Dupuytren’s contractures, tendon repairs, nerve repairs, tennis/golfer’s elbow, and many other injuries. He has extensive experience with fabrication of custom splints that can assist with protection and healing of injured structures. He has returned to his home state of New York to be closer to family and has joined Professional PT in 2021. He is excited to provide care for his community and is happy to be home. He is married to May Chow, an occupational therapist with specialty certification in Parkinson’s and Stroke Rehabilitation. Together, they enjoy traveling and hiking, and have hiked at over 30 national parks.

 

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