Zachary Riley earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University and his Bachelors of Science in Biology from SUNY Oswego. In acute care and various outpatient settings he gained experience working with patient populations in neurology, orthopedics, oncology, and pelvic floor dysfunctions. He is skilled in manual therapy, complete decongestive therapy, and behavioral modification for pelvic floor dysfunctions.
His interest in treating pelvic floor dysfunction started after attending a series of lectures by the Women’s Health Section of the APTA on pelvic health and physical therapy following gender affirming surgeries. During his most recent affiliation at NYU Ambulatory Care Center for Women’s and Men’s Health, Zachary was privileged to learn from leading clinicians within the pelvic health field. It was there that he was able to foster the skills to guide patients to reach their goals while cultivating a welcoming and motivating environment. He seeks to provide care that not only treats the individual as a whole, but is also efficient and inclusive to the community around him.
A native of Long Island, Zachary enjoys trips to the beach with friends and staying active with his puppy, Jameson. He finds happiness while practicing yoga, traveling, skiing, and attending Broadway Shows during his free time.