Monica Joshi, PT, is the founder and President of Back in the Game.
She earned her degree in Physical Therapy in 1985 from University of Bombay, India and has practiced consistently since that time. In 1995 she was certified
in the McKenzie method for treating spine disorders. In 1997, she earned a Diploma in Sports Physical Therapy from the University of Manchester. In 2006, she received
a Diploma in the Pilates Method of Treatment for Rehabilitation Purposes.
Monica is on the faculty of the University of Utah. She is the co-author of a booklet on physical therapy post botox injections for Cervical Dystonia. She regularly consults with
members of the medical staff at NYU, Hospital for Special Surgery, Columbia Presbyterian, and Lenox Hill Hospitals in New York City. She also served for four years as a
clinical instructor in physical therapy techniques at the College of Staten Island in New York.
She attends numerous seminars to keep updated regarding the recent advances in the field of medicine and physical therapy.
In her free time, Monica is an avid runner
who has run the NYC marathon and many other half marathons, biathlons and bikathons to raise money for various charities.
In addition to her work at Back in the Game, she is the founder and Co-President of BackRx, a spine center in Bombay, India.