Carol Stillman PT, MS
Owner, Physical Therapist
Carol founded Sutton Place Physical Therapy in 1998. Carol earned a bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from Ithaca College and a Master of Science degree from the University of Southern California. She has served as director of physical therapy at Doctors Memorial and Charter Peachford Hospitals in Atlanta. Carol has continued education in spine, pediatrics, geriatrics, sports medicine, woman's pelvic health and breast cancer rehabilitation. She has been a speaker for the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the American Hospital Association, the New York Road Runner’s Club, Excelsior Health Club, The Arthritis Foundation and New York University. She has also been interviewed on SIRIUS radio for “Dr. Health” discussing Fall Prevention and Osteoporosis.
In 2011, Carol was certified by The Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) as an advanced hip clinician. She is now one of the few Physical Therapists in midtown Manhattan who has this certification and training to assure the best practice in the rehabilitation of hip pathology and post-operative hip patients.
Currently, Carol is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). She has expertise in pre and post-operative orthopedics, foot and ankle injuries, osteoporosis, fall prevention and breast cancer rehabilitation. Carol enjoys skiing, pilates, reading and travel in her spare time. Email Carol at Carol@suttonplacept.net
Ben Musselman, PT, DPT
Dr. Musselman received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the City University of New York Graduate Center and Hunter College and his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Eastern Menonite University. Dr. Musselman has treated patients in a variety of settings including hospital acute care, neurologic rehabilitation clinics and orthopedic outpatient environments. Ben's treatment approach utilizes patient education on functional fitness, manual therapy and evidence based practice techniques. Ben is a member of American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and has completed courses including Maitland's Manual Therapy-1 Basic Peripheral Techniques, as well as Maitland's Manual Therapy-2 Basic Spinal Techniques.
His hobbies include running, working out, traveling, cooking and music. Contact Ben at Ben@suttonplacept.net
Tracey Dubensky, PT, DPT
Tracey earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from NYU and her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Emory University. She has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings including hospital acute care, inpatient neurological rehab, and outpatient orthopedics. Tracey is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS); in addition she has taken continuing education courses in Maitland (basic peripheral and spinal) and Kinesiotaping. She enjoys working with orthopedic and sports based conditions as well as patient’s with neurological impairments. In her spare time Tracey enjoys watching sports (especially soccer), travelling, music, and movies. Contact Tracey at Tracey@suttonplacept.net
Marian Williams, PT, DPT
Marian graduated from Long Island University with a Master's in Physical Therapy, and also received a Bachelor of Science from Ohio University. Currently, she is working on completing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Evidence in Motion. Marian has experience with a variety of patient populations including neurological, cardiac, orthopedics, and pediatrics. Marian was an adjunct professor at Columbia University, and published an article in a Physical Therapy Journal titled "Exercise and Post-Polio Syndrome". In her free time, Marian enjoys running, cooking, and reading. She ran in 3 NYC marathons. Contact Marian at Marian@suttonplacept.net
Daniel is a certified Pilates instructor with over 7 years of experience. He has a BFA in Dance and an MFA in Theater. Daniel's background as a professional performer, aerialist, and stunt acrobat gives him a wealth of knowledge about the body and its alignment and rehabilitation as well as injury prevention. Based on his own pilates practice, Daniel has continued to be injury free while performing 8 shows a week.
Daniel strongly believes that Pilates can improve the quality of physical life of anyone.