About Us

Our facility & staff at work

061316_helpinghands-1064MICHAEL ARGIRO MS, OTR/L, CHT received his B.S. in Biology from St. John’s University. He also graduated with top honors from the Occupational Therapy Program at Touro College Manhattan in 2001 with advanced education in Hand Therapy. Michael became a certified hand therapist in 2007 and often lectures at Maimonides Medical Center on advanced therapy and splinting techniques for upper extremity rehabilitation. He specializes in post-operative upper extremity rehabilitation including flexor and extensor tendon repairs and custom splinting.  Michael is also a fieldwork supervisor for students from various Occupational Therapy Programs throughout the U.S. and has been in private practice since 2004. Michael also speaks Italian fluently.

061316_helpinghands-045GUY CAMPOLO MS, PT received his B.S in Kinesiology from The University of Maryland. He also graduated from the Physical Therapy Program at Touro College in 2001. Throughout Guy’s career he has worked in various settings including acute-care, outpatient rehabilitation, geriatrics and orthopedics. Guy has also provided many hours of guidance and instruction to students from various PT programs and is a member of several PT associations both locally and internationally. Guy has an excellent reputation and prides himself on the personal attention and individualized treatment given to all patients.


MERRY ORT MS, OTR/L, CHT received her BA in Psychology from Touro College Manhattan.  She continued her education at Touro College Bay Shore and received her Masters in Occupational Therapy in 1998.  Merry became a certified hand therapist in 2006 and has advanced manual therapy training for Sports Rehabilitation. Merry also has specialty training in Burn Rehabilitation from NYPH Cornell Burn Center.  She was also an adjunct professor of anatomy at the Long Island University Occupational Therapy Program and has years of experience as an OT fieldwork supervisor for students. Merry is an avid surfer and also makes time to treat early intervention patients with various pediatric conditions.