Over the last ten years, thousands of people (or hundreds on a weekly basis) have consulted Dr. Alex Gometz looking for answers to questions about a Quick End to Neck Pain and stiffness. Alex is now a trusted health advisor, lecturer at local universities, hospitals and business. He is a mentor to other clinicians and active researcher of injury prevention with publications in Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery and The Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Gometz mostly works with highly motivated people aged 35-55 on a daily basis. At Prehab, people with back, joint pain and stiffness, successfully meet their expectations due to excellence in care, the latest in rehabilitation technology, research guided approach and an exceptional team.
His patients are teachers, stay-at-home moms, construction workers, law enforcement, firefighters and stage performers. He specializes in treating patients with current conditions that are limiting. He helps patients finding solutions to the cause of their pain, lack of strength and restoring an enjoyable, wonderful, flexible and active body.
Raechel is passionate about helping people who want to stay active, and enjoy outdoors life. With a background in Athletic training one of her specialties is helping clients make the proper corrections to posture and form while performing prescribed exercises to maximize benefit and effect. Raechel is a NYS licensed Athletic Trainer who earned her degree at Keene State College. Her clinical experience includes patient care during their rehabilitation process as well as on field coverage for a variety of sports and participated in sports injury research. As an avid runner herself, she enjoys helping all active individuals prevent injury, maintaining healthy habits and reach their personal goals. Raechel also has a growing interest in Pilates, and Yoga as part of patients improvement of their condition, performance and for concussion management. She will continue research to better standards for testing, diagnosing and effective treatments.
Ariella is one of our star physical therapists who has a passion for making a difference to people’s lives. Ariella has always enjoyed working with people. As a dancer herself had her fare share of injury and decided to pursue her career in helping people lead a more active and healthy life, free from medications.
Ariella studied at Columbia University where she earned her doctorate in physical therapy and at Ramapo College of New Jersey where she earned an undergraduate degree in Biology. When she’s not helping people feel better, she spends her time exercising, practicing yoga and with her passion; dance. She is married and lives in New York City.
Along with her fantastic knowledge base and practice at the Alvin Ailey American Dance, Ariella brings dedication and enthusiasm to the Prehab brand as she assists our patients achieve optimal results.
Jin is a dedicated yoga practitioner passionate about making people feel confident progressing from a limiting condition to freedom from stiffness and pain as well as challenging individuals who want to achieve a higher level of Yoga performance. In addition to her great experience in Vinyasa Jin is certified in creative yoga therapy, and Thai yoga massage bringing experience and refinement to our Prehab programs. She enjoys integrating her various yoga training and life experience thereby offering a mix of relaxation, challenge, creativity, and insight to achieve maximum results. She believes everyone deserves to be given the gift of wisdom on nurturing the body and mind. Her mission is to do just that through sharing the benefits of yoga with others.
Marisa holds a passion in helping people develop a healthy and active lifestyle no matter what they have experienced. She strongly believes in the mind-body experience as a whole. She strives to aid people to stay physically and mentally healthy through the practice of yoga, meditation, relaxation, aromatherapy and acupressure. She has completed her Yoga Certification at Wilmington Yoga Center and holds a B.S. in Recreational Therapy from East Carolina University. She continues to stay active through exercise such as the practice of yoga and long distance running. She has recently completed her first half marathon and plans to complete another one in the near future. Her clinical experience includes assisting the rehabilitation process of individuals based on their needs, interests and goals. She will continue to educate people on coping mechanisms and help lead them toward an active lifestyle.