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Lev Borukhov is a physical therapist with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from New York Institute of Technology. He started his own practice with the mission to spend more time with each patients by providing full one-hour one-to-one sessions without the time-constraints of a big office practice. Using evidence based therapies and hands on techniques, patients not only get better, they learn how to stay better, run faster, jump higher and kick harder.
Lev graduated SUNY Stony Brook University with a double major in Psychology and Health Sciences. His academic pursuits coupled with his love of martial arts, movement, and performance led him to pursue a career in physical therapy. He received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2011, and has worked in various physical therapy settings for the last five years. During this time, Lev witnessed that the biggest reason for poor rehabilitation outcomes was due to decreased time spent with patients by their physical therapist. Too often, patients were passed off to aides or trainers, or just given a sheet of paper and told to do exercises on their own. He strongly believes that movement is the key to recovery and exercises are what we use to facilitate correct movement.
In his spare time he is usually training and competing in Muay Thai and enjoys bicycling around New York City. He is an active amateur fighter for Chok Sabai Gym. He also assists as second corner at fight shows for the Chok Sabai fight team and traveled to Iowa for the Muay Thai Classic tournament with the team to provide on-site help with acute injuries.
Lev has been published in the Journal of Novel Physiotherapies about his research with Low Level Light Therapy and Endurance Training.
Muscle Movements, Physical Activity, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Physical Fitness, Muscle Movements, and Muskoskeletal Physical Therapy
Peter C. Douris, Lev Borukhov, Jeffrey Espinoza, Joshua Klien, Katherine Levane, Tony Li, Ray Northern, Christina Rando and Michael Santo
Research Article: J Nov Physiother 2012, 2:115