Steven Braverman feels that his early admittance into the Physical Therapy program at SUNY Stony Brook foreshadowed his career goal: to always keeping both himself and his patients at the top of their game.
Steven started his career at the Hospital for Special Surgery where he quickly became a senior staff PT. In 1993 Steven founded RESTORE Physical Therapy in midtown Manhattan. For 23 years, he specialized in the evaluation and treatment of surgical and nonsurgical orthopedic, spinal and sports injuries. Then, in 2015, Steven joined Orthology in order to more effectively provide his patients with the highest level of physical therapy care available.
Steven is a graduate of the Back School of Atlanta’s Ergonomic Assessment program and currently holds a level 2 certification (CEAS II). In 2006 Steven founded Ergonomic Consultants of New York, specializing in the evaluation of ergonomic environments at home, work and industry with the goal of preventing and/or minimizing the potential for developing musculoskeletal injuries.
The most rewarding part of Steven’s job is the trust that his patients have put in him, returning to him for treatment, and referring their friends, family and coworkers. After 30 years of practice he is as motivated as ever to keep his patients as healthy and active as possible.