COREY S. HAZAMA 

Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, New York, NY, February 2015-Present

  • Physical Therapist Manager
    • Mentoring staff physical therapists monthly
    • Training new staff
    • Organizing Grand Rounds Topics, Inservice and PT training topics
    • Provide outpatient physical therapy services for pelvic floor and orthopedic conditions

Recovery Physical Therapy, New York, NY, September 2010-January 2014

  • Clinical Director, Physical Therapist
    • Evaluated and treated patients in an orthopedic setting utilizing Functional Manual Therapy approach.
    • Mentored employees and did monthly techniques training inservices
    • Administrative responsibilities of hiring office and physical therapy staff, overall clinic schedule, tracking clinic’s efficiency, payroll, and marketing responsibilities.

Premier Physical Therapy and Wellness, New York, NY, September 2007-September 2010

  • Clinical Director, Physical Therapist
    • Evaluate and treat patients in an outpatient setting with primarily orthopedic, neurological and vestibular diagnoses.
    • Promoted in November 2009 to clinical director to open new location in Manhattan. Initially was primary physical therapist and build client load to require hiring of additional employee.  Supervise additional employee, conduct chart reviews, order equipment, as well as visit local doctor offices for marketing. 

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital,  Boston, MA, September 2006-August 2007

  • Physical Therapist

    • Reported daily in weekly team meetings on patient status and corroborate with doctor, occupational therapist, case manager, and nursing on discharge planning. Order necessary medical equipment for patients.
    • Evaluate and treat patients in inpatient rehab setting with musculoskeletal, vascular and burn diagnoses.
    • Made referrals to brace clinic and wheelchair clinic.
    • Lead daily exercise groups to focus on general strengthening and conditioning for patients with a wide range of diagnoses.
    • Participated weekly in journal club. 

EDUCATION

Simmons College, School for Health Sciences, Boston, August 2003-May 2006
Doctor of Physical Therapy, With Distinction, May 2006. GPA: 3.93
Simmons College, Boston, MA Bachelor of Science, cum laude, May 2004. GPA: 3.546, September 2000-May 2004
Honors:   Honors Program, Dean’s List, 6 semesters

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND CERTIFICATIONS

Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (APTA), March 2019
Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification Through Herman and Wallace, May 2018
Certified Functional Manual Therapist, August 2013
Schroth Barcelona Institute C1 Completion, November 2016
Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (APTA), June 2011
P.T. Licensure New York State #029667, September 2007
APTA Member Women’s Health and Orthopedic Sections
International Pelvic Pain Society Member and Vice Chair of the Medical Research Committee

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Postural Restoration Institute: Pelvis Restoration: An Integrated Approach to Treatment of Patterened Pubo-Sacral Pathomechanics, November 2019
Attendance International Pelvic Pain Society Meeting and Table Moderator, October 2019
Attendance and Speaker at Minimially Invasive Week: Society of Laproendoscopic Surgeons, September 2019
Institute of Physical Art: Strategies for Optimizing Performance, March 2019
The Barral Institute – Visceral Vascular Manipulation: Lower Body, June 2018
Institute of Physical Art: Continence, Reproduction, and Sex, October 2018
The Barral Institute – NM2: Neuro Manipulation: Peripheral Nerve Manipulation; Upper Body, April 2018
Attendance International Pelvic Pain Society Meeting and Table Moderator, October 2017
The Barral Institute- Visceral Vascular Manipulation: Upper Body, June 2017
Upledger Institute – CSI: Craniosacral Therapy, May 2017
Herman & Wallace- Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction and Treatment : Series Capstone, May 2017
The Barral Institute- NM1: Neuro Manipulation: Neuromeningeal Manipulation: An integrative Approach to Trauma, April 2017
Attendance International Pelvic Pain Society Meeting, October 2016
Institute of Physical Art- Peripheral Neuropathic Syndrome Lower Quarter PNLQ, August 2016
The Barral Institute- LT2: Visceral Manipulation: Listening Techniques, June 2016
The Barral Institute- VM4: Visceral Manipulation: The Thorax, May 2016
Herman & Wallace- Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction and Treatment Level 2A, December 2015
Herman & Wallace- Bowel Pathology, Function, Dysfunction & Pelvic Floor, November 2015
Attendance International Pelvic Pain Society Meeting, October 2015
Herman & Wallace- Care of the Pregnant Patient, September 2015
The Barral Institute- VM3: Visceral Manipulation: The Pelvis, June 2015
Herman & Wallace- Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction and Treatment Level, March 2015
The Barral Institute- LT1: Visceral Manipulation: Listening Techniques, January 2015
The Barral Institute- VM2: Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen, November 2014
The Barral Institute- VM1: Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen, June 2014
Lab Assistant Institute of Physical Art: VFM, June 2014
Institute of Physical Art- REM: Resistance Enhanced Manipulation, November, 2013
Institute of Physical Art- CFMT, August 2013
Lab Assistant Institute of Physical Art: FMII,February 2013
Lab Assistant Institute of Physical Art: FMI, February 2013
Institute of Physical Art- Functional Mobilization Upper Quadrant, July 2012/2013
Institute of Physical Art- VFM: Visceral Functional Mobilization, June 2012/2013
Institute of Physical Art- Cadaver Lab, June 2012
Institute of Physical Art- CoreFirst Strategies for Back Education and Training, March 2012/2013
Institute of Physical Art- Functional Gait, March 2012/2014
Institute of Physical Art- Functional Mobilization II, October 2011
Institute of Physical Art- Functional Mobilization Lower Quadrant, June 2011/2013
Institute of Physical Art- The Functional Approach to Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, October 2009/2013
Institute of Physical Art- Functional Mobilization 1, June 2008/2012

TEACHING

Institute of Physical Art- Secondary Instructor VFM, October 2015, June 2016, September 2016, July 2017
Beyond Basics Physical Therapy lectures on Physical Therapy for Endometriosis and Physical Therapy for Reproductive Function

OTHER EXPERIENCE

Simmons College, Boston, MA Research Assistant
Critically reviewed journal articles relevant to faculty research.  Organized course materials and journals.  (September 2005-December 2005)
Boston Marathon, Boston, MA Physical Therapy Volunteer
Provided emergency intervention in the Boston Marathon finish line hospital tent.  Utilized manual therapy skills to treat runners and applied knowledge of transfer training to assist runners from wheelchairs to beds.  Learned to recognize symptoms of dehydration and how to determine when a patient required skilled medical attention. (April 2005)
Baystate Skating Program, Boston, MA Figure Skating Instructor                                                                               
Utilized verbal communication and demonstration to teach children and adults basic figure skating skills.  (Winters 2001-03)

HONORS

Simmons College Honors Program and Scholarship
Dorothy Boulding Ferebee Scholarship
Physical Therapy Dean’s Scholarship
References upon request.