Noa Ben-Simon earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Columbia University after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Yeshiva University. While studying at Columbia, Noa conducted research on Lateral Epicondylitis and participated in the advanced orthopedic course, furthering her knowledge in different manual therapy techniques. She also attended courses on the Hand and Wrist, Women’s Health, and Sports Rehabilitation. During her last semester, Noa had the opportunity to volunteer for CancerFIT, aiding patients undergoing chemotherapy return to exercise.
Noa completed clinical rotations in the outpatient orthopedic setting and the acute care setting, where she was able treat patients with various conditions, including post-surgery, sports traumas, neurological injuries, cancer treatment, wound care, and cardiothoracic surgeries. Her current interests include orthopedics, injury prevention, and surgical rehabilitation.
Noa’s mother is a physical therapist; growing up, Noa observed her aid in the healing of others, which inspired Noa and instilled a love of movement and an appreciation for how proper movement can positively impact our lives. Noa takes a holistic approach, catering treatment to each person’s individual injury, needs, and goals. She gives patients the confidence and support necessary to overcome physical and emotional barriers in their rehabilitation process.
Noa grew up outside of Chicago, IL and moved to New York City in 2013. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends, traveling, cooking, and attending Pilates and cycling classes.