Physical therapy is an often overlooked component of general health. So many of our physical and mental complaints can be made better by changing alignment, improving self-awareness, and in general, moving!"
Laura Campedelli, PT, DPT, is a physical therapist currently working in New York at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, an affiliate of New York Presbyterian. Her current patient population includes children with various neurological, cardiac, and oncological disorders, as well as children with generalized developmental delay.
She works in both acute care (including pediatric ICU) and outpatient settings. Past work experience includes hospital-based acute care therapy with general medicine, neurology, orthopedic, pulmonology, and cardiology patients, including patients post organ transplant. She is an active participant in student clinical instruction.
Laura received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Boston University, and trained in both New York and Massachusetts. She is licensed in New York State.
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