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We are thrilled to welcome 2 new Therapists to the Damany Center.

Please join us in welcoming to the Damany Center two new therapists, Nehal and Karl.   They both started January 2, 2018.  Both therapists have spent hours training with Suparna to make sure that they too are following the Damany Integrative Dynamic Approach that Suparna has created and found successful treating her patients.  The transition has been amazing… both therapists are treating on their own and getting rave reviews by our patients.  Let me introduce Nehal and Karl.

 

Nehal Chandramauli

NehalNehal completed her undergraduate education BS in Physical Therapy in India. She came to US to pursue her Master’s in Health Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ. She has worked as a PT in NY/Ohio for over 6 years with spending most time working in outpatient orthopedic treating all types of injuries including joint replacements, sports and work injuries, as well as chronic pain using hands on therapy. She is also continuing to enhance her hands on therapy by taking various continuing education courses. Her goal is to provide individualized hands on care to all clients with emphasis on looking at the whole person rather than just the ailment or dysfunction. The challenging environment, learning opportunity & goal to work towards eliminating root cause not the symptoms inspired me not only to work at Damany Center but to relocate to do so.

 

 

Karl Kurtz

Kart KurtzKarl Kurtz is from Hagerstown, Indiana.  He completed his undergraduate education in Philosophy at Purdue University and received his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy at Florida International University.  His professional interests are primarily in intervention efficacy research and he enjoys collaborating with patients as a clinician through their recovery process.

He feels the Damany Center is an ideal place to practice due to the innovative techniques, the program’s success rate,  and the individualized treatment.

He enjoys reading fiction and his favorite novelist is Juan Rulfo.

Shana Albert