Isabelle Matejovsky is a full-time Senior Physical Therapist at NYU Rusk. Her experience includes working in a variety of Physical Therapy departments at NYU, including Tisch Hospital, Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation, General Outpatient, and currently in the outpatient Vestibular physical therapy department. She has worked with a multitude of complex diagnoses within each department, however, neurological diagnoses are her special interest. She has presented at two national American Physical Therapy Association conferences within the Neurology section. Today, she is here to speak with us about Wallenberg Syndrome, a rare type of brainstem stroke syndrome that involves a constellation of symptoms and a specialized, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation pathway. Her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree is from New York Medical College. In this interview, Isabelle discusses Wallenberg Syndrome, the role of physical therapists in treating it, how unique the condition is from a rehabilitation standpoint, possible long-term deficits, and research questions it would be useful to pursue through further study regarding this Syndrome.