About Dr. Allison Lind
Dr. Allison Lind Wiedman has over 20 years experience in the athletic community both as an elite athlete and a physical therapy professional. She began running at age 10, eventually securing a full track and field scholarship to Florida State University. In 2004, Allison graduated magna cum laude with a degree in biology while earning All-American honors in the 5000m track event and cross country. After college she moved to New York, where she began running marathons while studying at the Columbia University School of Physical Therapy.
Since receiving her doctorate in Physical Therapy with honors from Columbia in 2008, Allison has practiced with a focus on sports injuries and rehabilitation. She continues to compete on the elite level in marathons and as well as triathlons. She has completed the New York City, Philadelphia and Virginia marathons with a Personal Best of 2:55. In addition, Allison is one of the top amateur triathletes in the US and raced in the prestigious Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii in 2010 and 2012 finishing top in her age group.
Allison’s experience as a collegiate and post-collegiate elite athlete provides a unique platform for diagnosing and treating other athletes. Her lifetime of intense training, access to the world’s finest rehab facilities and athletes, and years of studying and working with the best in the field have combined to make her one of the most sought after sports focused and orthopedic physical therapists in NYC.