Cynthia Gormezano began her academic career at Hebrew University in Jerusalem where she studied international policy and the Arab-Israeli conflict. She returned to New York where she graduated cum laude with a B.A. in political science. After realizing that her passion lies in working with people, she completed her Master of Physical Therapy degree at Nova Southeastern University in Florida.
She began her career as a staff PT at Coler-Goldwater Hospital. Later, in 2001, after founding the Pediatric Orthopeadic Physical Therapy Clinic at St. Luke’s Roosevelt, Cynthia created Cynergy Physical Therapy. Cynthia has been working with the orthopedic population for 15 years where she has become an expert in sports injury rehab as well as neck and back pain. Through continued training with manual therapy courses as well as extensive one on one training at seminars, Cynthia has gained an unparalleled knowledge and skill set.
Cynthia’s charitable works for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society include raising funds and awareness as the keynote speaker at various events and participating in cycling events like century rides and triathlons around the country. As an endurance athlete and cancer survivor, Cynthia has the unique ability to evaluate and treat the competitive athlete and recreational athlete alike.
Licensed physical therapist and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Cynthia continually adds to her expertise through formal course work and the shared knowledge of fellow professionals, always keeping up with the latest techniques and technologies. She is also an active member of New York Road Runners.