The Athletic Health Care Team at Horace Mann School
Amy Mojica Msed, ATC, CSCS has been the Head Athletic Trainer at Horace Mann School since 2005. She has been a certified athletic trainer since 2004 and worked with an Arena II football team in New Hampshire before joining Horace Mann School’s athletic and physical education department.
Mrs. Mojica earned her B.S. in Kinesiology: Option Athletic Training while playing soccer for the University of New Hampshire. She obtained her Masters in Education from Lehman College and teaches Health at Horace Mann.
Mrs. Mojica is licensed in the State of New York, Board Certified and also maintains credentials as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Instructor in American Red Cross Professional Rescuer and Standard CPR, AED, and First Aid, and as a Pilates Instructor
She is a member of the National Athletic Training Association, Eastern Athletic Training Association and New York State Athletic Training Association.
Dr. Cohen received his bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis. He went on to attain his medical degree at New York Medical College, where he received AOA academic honors and the Trustee Merit Scholarship for Academic Excellence. He completed his internship in general surgery and his residency in orthopedic surgery at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. Dr. Cohen went on to receive specialty training at the San Diego Knee and Sports Medicine Fellowship, where he trained in advanced arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder.
In September of 2004, Dr. Cohen joined the faculty at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt, where he is currently an attending physician. He also serves on the faculty at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons as an assistant clinical professor. He serves on several committees, including the department of orthopedics education committee, the hospital-wide trauma committee and the continuing medical education committee.
From 2004-2009, Dr. Cohen served as the assistant team physician for the New York Yankees. He has published several papers and book chapters, with a particular emphasis on anterior cruciate ligament injuries and patellar dislocations. He has given several talks on injury prevention to endurance athletes across Manhattan. He is proficient in the arthroscopic treatment of knee and shoulder injuries. He has a particular interest in meniscal injuries, cartilage replacement techniques and ligament reconstruction of the knee. He has also extensive experience with shoulder injuries, including, rotator cuff tears, labral injuries and arthritic conditions of the shoulder.
Robert J. Dunkle, Ph.D. is a trained Clinical Neuropsychologist and has worked at Neuropsychological Services of Westchester (NSW) since 1995. Dr. Dunkle is a licensed Psychologist in New York State.
At NSW Dr. Dunkle performs Neuropsychological Assessments as well as works with individual’s teaching stress management techniques with Biofeedback. Dr. Dunkle also works with children in learning remedial strategies for learning difficulties, as well as psychotherapy with men who have sustained brain injuries. Dr. Dunkle is knowledgeable in sports related injuries and specializes in treatment of sports concussions.
Presently, Dr. Dunkle is a member of the New York State Psychological Association, as well as The Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation, and The National Academy of Neuropsychology. In addition, Dr. Dunkle co-facilitates a support group for traumatic brain injury survivors at the Westchester Brain Injury Association Chapter and is co-chairman of the Westchester Chapter.