William Lee, PT, DPT

Hi, I’m Dr. William Lee.

As a physical therapist, my goal is to help my patients achieve independence and higher functioning as quickly as possible. I believe that the road to health and recovery is best done by viewing the individual as a whole person with unique goals and limitations. With this understanding, I assess patients to develop effective treatment programs tailored to each individual, which address the source of the problem and the dysfunctional movement pattern. For example, an adolescent athlete and a retired golfer, even with the same type of injury, will undergo different treatment protocols, including different intensity of targeted manual therapies and different ranges of exercise. I have experience helping a variety of populations, each with their unique limitations, to overcome their pain and movement dysfunctions. They include runners, aspiring and professional athletes, adaptive sports teams, people with amputations, and anyone who moves.

Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons – Doctorate of Physical Therapy
San Jose State University – BS Kinesiology

New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center
Stanford Health Care
Centurion Physical Therapy
San Francisco Sport and Spine Physical Therapy

Run Assessments – DorsaVi, Runner’s Injury Clinic at Stanford
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) – Certified Level 1
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie)
Postural Restoration Institute (PRI)
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
Active Release Technique (ART)

Sports: Basketball, Football, Baseball, Volleyball
Hiking, Fishing, Cooking, Photography
Coaching Youth Basketball

Meet the rest of the team:

Zachary Getz, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS

Hi, I’m Dr. Zach Getz. I believe strongly in the human body’s ability to adapt and to heal if given the right environment. My goal is to give you the tools you need to succeed, and to be your guide along the path to recovery.

Holly Sookhai, Office Coordinator

Holly is Gotham PT’s office coordinator, which means she’s busy all the time! She answers the phone, takes care of all the scheduling, handles questions about prescriptions and insurance, and does it all with a smile. She’ll be the first person you meet when you come in and the last person to take care of you when you leave.

Carly Collins, PT, DPT, CKTP

Hi, I’m Dr. Carly Collins. I believe that physical therapy affords individuals the opportunity to be independent and to return to their previous level of function pain-free. As a team, we will work together to find the source of your pain and conquer it, in order to achieve your personal goals.