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Wei Angela Liu, MD, New Medical Director of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Phelps
(April 23, 2013) Wei Angela Liu, MD, has joined the staff of Phelps Memorial Hospital Center as Medical Director of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Liu has expertise in treating patients with sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain, neck pain, and arthritis; patients who have suffered a stroke or any neurological events; patients who are recovering from orthopedic injuries or surgeries, and those who have undergone cardiovascular surgeries or procedures. She has particular interest in the following types of rehabilitation: sports medicine, hand, arthritis, back/neck/joint pain, musculoskeletal disorders, stroke, neuromuscular disease, cardiac, and cancer.
Dr. Liu is an academic physician in rehabilitation medicine who has published and delivered presentations internationally. She is a faculty member at New York University Medical Center, where she teaches and mentors medical students and resident physicians.
Dr. Liu received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Columbia College, honored as a Fu Foundation Scholar for four years. She earned her medical degree at NYU School of Medicine with distinction as a Debrovner Scholar. She subsequently completed an internship in internal medicine at NYU Medical Center and a residency in rehabilitation medicine at NYU Medical Center’s world-renowned Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation, where she was selected chief resident. After graduation, Dr. Liu joined the faculty at NYU School of Medicine and began practicing as a physiatrist at the Rusk Institute.
Dr. Liu’s office is located on the Phelps campus in Suite 100 of the 755 building. She can be reached by calling 914-366-3700. In addition to English, she is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.