Dr. Lilia Gorodinsky

Dr. Gorodinsky studied Biology at New York University’s College of Arts & Science in New York City, where she received the Deans Leadership Award. She also did Neuroscience Research at New York University before entering osteopathic medical school.

Dr. Lilia Gorodinsky received her medical degree and completed an Anatomy fellowship at NOVA Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine. After which she went to Florida Hospital East Orlando where she was Chief resident and completed both her Family Practice residency and a Neuro-Muscular Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Gorodinsky is board certified in Family Practice and NeuroMusculoSkeletal Medicine with a special proficiency in osteopathic medicine. She has also completed her acupuncture training and has extensive training in nutrition.

Dr. Gorodinsky has taught osteopathic medicine both nationally and internationally. She has extensive expertise in anatomy and the use of osteopathic medicine in the treatment of adults and children, as well as treatment of injuries to the musculoskeletal and nervous system. She has years of experience in treating musculoskeletal disorders and complex medical problems. She takes the time to find the cause of the disease so that there can be a long term solution that lasts. She takes a team base approach to health care that is centered on the needs of the patient and attaining their optimal health. She acts as the patients’ health coach so that the patient can attain their ultimate goal. She focuses on healthy solutions to your pain and helping the patient find their way back to health.

Dr. Gorodinsky was a Clinical Professor of Osteopathic Medicine and the Assistant Director of the Osteopathic Medicine department at The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. There she was in charge of training the NeuroMusculoSkeletal Medicine residents where she helped develop integrative medicine concepts and designed aspects of the residences training programs.

Dr. Gorodinsky served on the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners committee writing and reviewing board question for the osteopathic medical boards. She continues to participate in post-doctoral training programs as adjunct clinical faculty for the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Current Engagements:
  • Lectures on Osteopathic Treatments at Southampton Hospital and St. Margaret's Hospital.
  • Acts as a preceptor for Medical students and residents.
  • Official staff doctor for the Shen Wei Dance Arts Organization.
  • Holds Private practice in New York City.