New York Physical Therapy Sports Rehabilitation Opens New Office
“Make a habit of two things: to help or at least to do no harm,” Hippocrates said 2,500 years ago.
The dedication of healthcare professionals and the constant learning through seminars and examinations have aided the American public in a higher quality of life.
One such professional is Kostas Koutsoubis, a physical therapist, who has helped change lives. He opened his new office, New York Physical Therapy Sports Rehabilitation, on Monday, January 31st at the Arcadian Building, 44-02 Francis Lewis Blvd., 2nd Fl., Flushing.
The Very Reverend Paul Palesty, Protopresbyter of St. Nicholas Church, performed the Agiasmo (blessing of the new office).
“We are happy to have NYPT Sport[s] Rehabilitation across the street from St. Nicholas Church,” Palesty said.
Bryan M. Lopez, a patient, explained “When I came into his office in August, I was in crutches. I tore a knee tendon. I sincerely appreciate Kosta’s help in caring for me. I am now off of crutches and walking normally.”
Demetri Kokkoris, owner of the Arcadian Building, also attended.
“My father is from Arohamites village outside of Tripolis. He is a member of the Arcadian Federation of America,” Koutsoubis said. “Mr. Kokkoris named his building, the Arcadian, in honor of his parents Joanna and Peter.
According to Koutsoubis, the new office has elevator accessibility and outdoor ramps.
“But most of all, it is convenient to all patients with valet parking, promoting a stress free environment. We appreciate the patience and kindness of our patients. We will continue to do our best to service everyone’s needs,” he said.
Koutsoubis has been serving the New York City community since 2003. He is a graduate of the William Spyropoulos School of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Flushing, where he excelled in Modern Greek and Spanish. He is a graduate of Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Koutsoubis holds a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Mercy College. Kalliope Katos Koutsoubis, his wife, is an educator and former New York City public school teacher. She is a graduate of Queens College. Her parents are benefactors of the Greek-American community of Astoria.
The Koutsoubis’ children include Argyro Anna, age six years, Alexander, age three years and Stephen, three months.
Koutsoubis’ parents, Alexander and Argyro, are long time supporters of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church of Flushing.