Vladimir Alhov, PM&R (Pain Management)
Dr. Alhov received his medical degree in Russia, after which completed his residency (Pain Management) in the United States, where he has now worked for over 13 years. Dr. Alhov was one of the first doctors to use ultrasound imaging when administering injections – a method that allows to alleviate pain most effectively. He was also on the team of doctors who developed a pain-relieving and healing ointment in conjunction with a pharmaceutical company.
Alexandra Gashinskaya, PM&R (Pain Management)
Dr. Gashinskaya graduated with a medical degree in Russia and subsequently worked in several hospitals. To transfer her vast experience into working in the United States, she attended and graduated from SUNY Health Center of Brooklyn and Affiliated Hospital Program in 2001. Dr. Gashinskaya is known for her kindness and attentiveness towards patients as well as the variety of medical knowledge and experience. Having worked as an EMR, in Pain Management, having tangential experience with psychiatry, and a deep concentration in neurology, she can offer her patients a unique and individualized approach. The doctor speaks four languages, including English, Russian, and Yiddish.
Maggie Morr, MD (Neurology)
Dr. Morr graduated from Georgian National Medical Academy in 1986 and subsequently practiced Critical Care and Pulmonary Neurology. She completed her residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center with a specialization in Internal Medicine. She gained extensive experience while serving her patients at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center as well as the Bronx VA Hospital.
Paul Kim, DPM (Podiatry, Surgeon)
Dr. Kim graudated from Temple University School of Podiatry Medicine in Philadelphia in 2008. He completed residency at the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in 2008-2012. He is trained as an Ankle Podiatry Surgeon. Dr. Kim’s philosophy is to exhaust all conservative options before prescribing more invasive methods of treatment. He specializes in trauma surgery, foot and ankle deformity correction, sports medicine, general podiatry, and diabetic limb salvage and wound care.
Boris Dolub, PT, DPT (Physical Therapy)
Dr. Dolub studied manual therapy in the Netherlands for 4 years, subsequently working there for 3.5 years as a therapist. He has been practicing in the United States for over 15 years. He continues to study physical therapy and has a PhD in Diagnostics. Dr. Dolub’s unique quality as a doctor is his ability to uncover small pain triggering points which in most cases prove to be the real causes of illness.
Mun Shieh, OT (Occupational Therapy)
In 2001, Mun Shieh obtained a degree in Oriental Medicine from The New Your College of Wholistic Health. He graduated from the same institution in 2005 with a degree in Massage Therapy. Mun Shieh graduated from Mercy College with a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2008. Mun currently coordinates personalized care with a physiatrist, neurologist, podiatrist, and physical therapist in evaluation and treatment of patients. He speaks and writes fluent Taiwanese and Mandarin and practices and teaches Yang style Tai Chi.