Tatiana Bulanov was born in Moscow, Russia where she attended the Moscow Central University of Physical Culture, majoring in Remedial Therapeutic Exercises and Coaching in Archery. She continued her education in Sports Sociology as part of her Post-Graduate Studies. After immigrating to the United States in the early 1990s, Tatiana attended Mercy College, aiming for a degree in Physical Therapy. Working as a Physical Therapy Assistant throughout the week, Tatiana joined a weekend-study program. Though it was difficult to manage both going to school and working full-time, Tatiana managed to persevere and obtain her degree in Physical Therapy. After securing her degree, Tatiana began her work as a Physical Therapist at Coney Island Hospital, where she supervised and trained PTAs and students. Concurrently, she started her work with pediatrics at the Garden of Health and became the Clinical Director of I&T Early Start, where she ran continuing education workshops for pediatric physical and occupational therapists. In 2002, Tatiana joined the Department of Education, where she continues to provide high-quality physical therapy for special needs children as a Senior Physical Therapist. In addition, Tatiana provides Physical Therapy for kids all throughout New York City as an Early Intervention Provider. Tatiana also continues her education today, attending lectures and seminars regarding a range of topics from manual therapy to neuroanatomy and autism.Tatiana joined the Back to Health team in November 2016 as a pediatric PT. She prides herself in being professional, courteous, and knowledgeable about her craft, which along with her knowledge of both Russian and English and years of experience, allow her to deliver top-quality care to all her patients. She hopes her adaptability under different circumstances, positive energy, and compassion shine through when she delivers her treatment.
Education and Training
Moscow Central University of Physical Culture, Sports Sociology
Mercy College Physical Therapy
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