Allison Lind Wiedman, PT, DPT, SCS is the Founder and CEO of Race to Recover, a mom to Gisela and wife to Bill. She opened her practice shortly after graduating with honors from Columbia University’s School of Physical Therapy in 2008. She founded R2R with the desire to aid athletes, new moms and pre/post op patients in achieving optimal, pain-free recovery.

Dr. Weidman has been running since she was a kid and secured a full track and field scholarship to Florida State University. Her competitive spirit continued after college, as she became an elite urban athlete having completed Dr. Weidman has been running since she was a kid and secured a full track and field scholarship to Florida State University. Her competitive spirit continued after college, as she became an elite urban athlete having completed dozens of olympic distance and half ironmans, 4 marathons and 2 ironmans.

Her personal experience as an athlete provides her an unparalleled foundation for diagnosing and treating her clients. She’s had access to the world’s finest rehab facilities and athlete’s exposing her to cutting edge research and techniques, which she brings to her practice.

She approaches her client’s care with warmth and an understanding of intense training and dedication, making her one of the most sought after orthopedic therapists in New York.


Allison earned All-American honors in cross county and indoor track for the 5k.  Post collegiately, she boosts a marathon personal best of 2:55 and half marathon best of 1:20.  After transitioning into multi-sports, she competed in triathlons on an elite level.  Allison is often at the top of the podium in her age group and as the overall female.  She has won Ironman St. Croix 70.3 twice which qualified and allowed her to compete and finish in the top of her age group for the World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.




“There’s an efficient and an inefficient way to move”

An avid hockey player, Dr. Rofé decided early on to turn his love of performance enhancement and injury avoidance/treatment into a medical career. After graduating with a doctorate of physical therapy, Dr. Rofé went on to perform clinical work at the Cornell Weill Medical Center at New York city’s prestigious Presbyterian Hospital and has worked in sports therapy for several years.

Having a keen interest in orthopedics, wellness and nutrition, he has long been a proponent of melding the three to achieve overall fitness. He believes that patient education is key and that long-term health and vitality comes from empowering the individual with the right information. To that end, Dr. Rofé actively partners with his patients, providing an individualized regimen that stresses the return of full physical function through proper movement techniques and exercises.


One of Dr. Rofé's passions and expertise's is kettle bell training. Daniel uses kettle bells to get patients stronger, improve posture, normalize movement patterns, and wake up deep stabilizing muscles that prevent injury by creating a stable body and base. He believes the kettle bell is a dynamic and underutilized tool in the modern medical/fitness field and yields tremendous results in performance and health. 

“I’m here to make sure that my clients stay injury free and (if injured) help them heal in the quickest, most efficient way possible."


“I could only run 1 mile without stopping to stretch when I first started working with you. I plan to come back in for a “tune up” once spring hits.”
— KR
“I started seeing Allison at the start of 2011 when I got shin splints whilst ramping up mileage for my first 50-mile ultra-marathon. I needed a lot of therapy, and we made a few adjustments to my running form. Allison got me through that race, and numerous ultras since. I do not think I would have made it to the start line for any of these events without Allison’s therapy.”
— TC
“I’ve been a patient of Dan’s for two years and he’s helped me overcome various running-related injuries including tendinitis, IT band syndrome, and plantar fasciitis. More recently, I came to him with cartilage degradation in my knees, a diagnosis I was told would end my competitive running career. After regular physical therapy sessions in which we covered soft tissue work, kettlebell swings, and strength training, I’m not only back to running, but also recently raced 73 miles. I cannot recommend Dan and the staff at Race to Recover enough.”
— KG
“I just wanted to send you a quick note just to say thanks! Yesterday I completed my first 10 mile race, the broad street run, in Philly. It’s been almost exactly a year since I first saw you, and you set me on the right course with my ankle. In that year I’ve lost 30 pounds, run 5Ks and now a 10 miler, learned how to SCUBA dive, and am just in general living a better life.”
— MN
“Really happy I chose Race to Recovery and Dr. Dan Rofé for my physical therapy. Through close observation and astute clinical assessment, he was able to determine underlying problems causing my 10 months of hip pain. The program of exercises and other adjustments he has overseen for the past 6 weeks has made me pain free for the first time in almost a year. His explanations have also given me a new and deeper understanding of how my anatomy works and how I should think about moving and exercising. Their offices are clean and well organized. And scheduling is easy. Highest recommendation.”
— DS