Sapana Kanojia strongly believes in the importance for individuals to be able to return to their desired functional and recreational lifestyle. Her interest in treating injuries affecting artists, musicians and dancers has led to creative treatment options that address the musculoskeletal issues patients encounter due to their particular art form.
She knows how passionate scholars and artists are about their calling, and strives to return to them to a fully functional and recreational lifestyle. Empowering patients through the promotion of exercise and wellness, she encourages them to live a more balanced life.
Sapana earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, and a Master of Public Administration in Health and Policy Management at NYU. Her commitment to serving the public with cutting-edge concepts, implemented with an interdisciplinary approach, increases the continuum of care she offers.
Sapana has taken courses on manual therapy with a Canadian approach and has worked as a Clinical Instructor to numerous PT students at NYU. Sapana also spent a summer in Chiang Mai, Thailand, studying traditional Thai massage.
In her spare time, Sapana enjoys running, biking, swimming and playing volleyball.