Jae Park, DPT

Dr. Jae Park is a distinguished Physical Therapist based in New York, holding a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mercy College, which he earned in 2013. He also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Mount Saint Mary College, underpinning his robust understanding of human physiology and health sciences.

Dr. Park’s professional journey is marked by extensive experience in diverse realms of physical therapy. During his academic tenure, he engaged deeply in pediatrics, orthopedics, and sports rehabilitation, and was an integral member of a neurologic rehab team. His expertise extends to conducting Nerve Conduction Velocity studies, a specialty he has practiced for over four years in New York, aiding in the diagnosis of nerve damage or dysfunction.

In clinical practice, Dr. Park is known for his skillful application of various manual therapy techniques. He adeptly performs joint and soft tissue mobilization and utilizes the muscle energy technique to facilitate his patients’ recovery processes. These techniques are tailored to each patient’s unique needs, aiming to restore function and alleviate pain effectively.

Outside of his professional commitments, Dr. Park leads a vibrant life, fueled by his interests in physical fitness, football, and culinary exploration. He enjoys staying active, watching football games, and exploring new dining experiences in New York City with his friends. This blend of personal interests and professional dedication contributes to his holistic approach to health and wellness, making him a well-rounded and empathetic practitioner.

Gary Yen, MD


Dr. Gary L. Yen is Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and has a sub-specialty in Pain Medicine. Dr. Yen grew up in Long Island, NY and received his medical degree from Ross University. He completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY and performed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Stony Brook University, where he was chief resident.

Dr. Yen completed a pain management fellowship at RehabNY in Buffalo, NY, during which he served as the assistant athletic trainer to the Buffalo Bison, the Minor League AAA baseball team for the Cleveland Indians, as well as the Niagara University men’s and women’s collegiate hockey team.

The former chairman of the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Division of the Pain Management Department at CentraState Medical Center, Dr. Yen specializes in the non-operative treatment of a variety of joint, muscular, nerve, skeletal, spine and sports related injuries. He treats acute and chronic pain syndromes and performs electrodiagnostic studies. Dr. Yen also performs variety of interventional pain procedures and minimally invasive spine surgery for the relief of pain. He utilizes conservative treatments such as physical therapy, chiropractic care and acupuncture in conjunction with other procedures to enhance long term benefits. Dr. Yen believes in working with patients to create individual treatment plans.

When not attending to his patients, Dr. Yen likes to play golf, cook, and has a passion for playing the saxophone and piano. He is the proud father of two boys.