About Our Therapists

Dr. Tiffany Zarcone, PT, DPT

Dr. Tiffany Zarcone, PT, DPT
Clinical Director

Dr. Tiffany Zarcone graduated from Columbia University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and specializes in the field of Orthopedic Rehabilitation and Sports Training.

She captained the Varsity Soccer Team at Middlebury College when completing her undergraduate degree. One of her passions is working with pregnant and postpartum women, to help alleviate low back pain, sciatica and all of the symptoms that come along with childbirth.

She performed research which was presented at the National Physical Therapy Conference in Las Vegas on Pregnancy Related Low Back Pain. She has also worked with children from birth to adolescence, treating various Pediatric Physical Therapy ailments.

In her free time, Tiffany loves getting outdoors, either by running with her dog, hiking or playing soccer.

Dr. Tiffany Zarcone graduated from Columbia University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and specializes in the field of Orthopedic Rehabilitation and Sports Training.
One of her passions is working with pregnant and postpartum women, to help alleviate low back pain, sciatica and all of the symptoms that come along with childbirth.

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Dr. Erica Cole, PT, DPT

Dr. Erica Cole, PT, DPT

Erica graduated in 2008 from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse NY. She has always had a passion for hands-on, quality therapy for people with orthopedic and neurological dysfunctions, specializing in different types of manual therapy including being RockBlade certified, regularly using Maitland Technique joint mobilizations and Redcord suspension therapy.

I believe in performing strengthening exercises in a pain-free position, and reducing instability and joint dysfunctions through a combination of increasing tissue extensibility while strengthening muscle imbalances.

Erica recently had a patient with cervical spine pain and neuropathy down the right arm, who improved in 3 visits to a pain free state, then opted to remain in order to strengthen imbalances in postural stabilizing muscles to maintain their improvement. Erica believes that the best advice for those who are in pain is “motion is lotion”. Too much rest causes muscle weakness.

Erica graduated in 2008 from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse NY. She has always had a passion for hands-on, quality therapy for people with orthopedic and neurological dysfunctions, specializing in different types of manual therapy including being RockBlade certified, regularly using Maitland Technique joint mobilizations and Redcord suspension therapy.

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John Miller, Acupuncturist

John Miller, Acupuncturist

John is a licensed acupuncturist practicing in New York City. A graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture, John earned a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. At NESA, he studied Orthopedic Acupuncture/Trigger Point Therapy with Department Chair, Stephen Cina. Since 2006, he has studied with Tom Tam, learning Tong Ren, Tom Tam’s Healing System. He practices Tai Qi, yoga, Qi Gong, Pang Gu and meditation. For exercise, John runs regularly in Central Park, practices Hatha Yoga, commutes throughout the city on his bicycle and is an avid telemark skier.

John was contacted by a patient who was scheduled for Carpel Tunnel surgery in 12 days. After the first visit, the patient was surprised at having greatly reduced pain. A second and third visit were all it took to completely resolve the discomfort, avoiding surgical intervention.

“If you’re experiencing pain, get help for it immediately because often unattended, imbalances can get worse and progressively involve more bodily systems. Don’t be an ostrich; be proactive.”

John is a licensed acupuncturist practicing in New York City. A graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture, John earned a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. At NESA, he studied Orthopedic Acupuncture/Trigger Point Therapy with Department Chair, Stephen Cina.

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