About Physical Therapists in Brooklyn NYC

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When you combine the best personnel and the latest equipment, you get an outpatient physical therapy clinic that’s second to none. That’s TRI Physical Therapy: a one-stop practice for all your physical therapy needs. The therapists are widely regarded, the techniques are cutting-edge and the range of services is comprehensive. You never have to go to another practice when you’re looking for an outpatient physical therapy clinic.

In Brooklyn, there’s one clear choice for outpatient physical therapy (PT): TRI Physical Therapy. The most advanced physical therapy offices relax you even before your treatment, and the staff is among the most experienced and highly trained. Everything you experience is top-notch, including the level of care you can expect.

No matter what your physical therapy needs, you can find the most experienced physical therapists to get you back on your feet, back into the game or back to your life. Whatever your goals, physical therapists in Brooklyn help you achieve them. Our Brooklyn therapists have the most advanced training.

Anna Fyodorova BS MS DPT | Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Anna Fyodorova, MS, PT, DPT, MBA

Brooklyn Physical Therapist

BS, MS, PT – LIU, Brooklyn.
DPT – NorthEastern University, Boston.
MBA – Oswego University, New York.

Why Physical Therapy?

I was a kid who grew up loving and playing sports from a very early age, in junior high school I began to swim competitively, in high school I began to run competitively and by the age of 17 I was racing triathlon. At the same time, it was also time to choose a college path, and physical therapy seemed like the perfect fit, combining my love for science and medicine with my love for sport. I attended LIU, beginning with their honors program, I finished a Bachelor’s degree in three years and was accepted to their Physical Therapy program, so I stayed. During my college and PT program I began to run marathons and race triathlon more seriously and competitively, being on several sponsored teams, Nike CPTC, SBR.

What Happened After PT School Graduation?

After I graduated PT school from LIU, my parents said I can take the summer to train for my first Ironman Triathlon, this was 2005, in Lake Placid, by the end of the summer I was offered a PT job in acute care at the now NYU Lutheran Medical Center, I took the job. Acute care taught me a lot, it was fast, made me very aware of critical clinical conditions and being able to differentiate between acute clinical diagnosis and conditions. After about a year and a half I decided to venture into outpatient PT to get closer to sports and athletic injuries and to have more time to train. Since outpatient, I have pretty much worked with the same amazing group of people who now comprise TRI PT. Over the past 13 years as a PT I have treated it all, or so it seems, but you never know what is going to come in through the door, making every day both challenging and very interesting. Today, numerous degrees later, 28 Ironman Triathlons, 17 NYC Marathons, 13 Boston Marathons, ITU, 70.3 and Ironman World Championships, I love what I do in and out of the office.

USA Swim Coach
Ironman Certified Coach
USA Track and Field Certified Coach
Certified in First Aid and CPR

Vicente Caisip PT DPT CKTP | Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Vicente Caisip, PT, DPT, CKTP

Brooklyn Physical Therapist

BSPT- Emilio Aguinaldo College DPT- University of Montana

Vicente Caisip has been with TRI Physical Therapy since 2011. A graduate of the Emilio Aguinaldo College in the Philippines, Vicente or Vic as he’s commonly addressed, has been a therapist for almost 15 years. He received his Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana.

He incorporates the use of Kinesio Tape and FMT Blade in his treatment plans.

Vic is a recreational marathon runner and had been running the NYC marathon since 2015. He also loves to hike and explore the outdoors.

SFMA1 2016
FMT Blade 2017
CKTP 2018

Igor Netis DPT | Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Igor Netis, DPT

Brooklyn Physical Therapist

Touro College – School of Health Sciences

Why did you choose to become a Physical Therapist?

I honestly had little exposure to Physical Therapy other than what I saw during my volunteer hours in a hospital and from hearing about the profession from people who have had physical therapy. I volunteered in several different departments during my time volunteer hours, but was impressed by how physical therapists spent a lot of their time actually with the people in their care, and when they were not with their patients, they looked to other therapists for advice on how to better their care. During my affiliations and internships, I really fell in love with outpatient physical therapy as it was the clinical setting which proved to be the most rewarding and most interesting.

What do you like most about working as a Physical Therapist?

I really love that we not only have the option, but are required to spend quality time with our clients and patients, allowing us to build a relationship with them and tailor our care towards their individual needs. I appreciate that aside from providing our services to the client or patient in the clinic, I can help them better help themselves to make substantial changes on their own once they leave, which to me is the most important part.

I graduated with a clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 and began working in early 2010. I have learned to appreciate and really enjoy how our profession changes and adapts with the times and new research. I attempt to adapt my approach as well, from utilizing moving assessments (SFMA), to therapeutic neuroscience education, as well as IASTM.

SFMA1 certifications

Rockblades IASTM Certification

Conie l Uygongco PT CKTP Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Conie l. Uygongco, PT, CKTP

Brooklyn Physical Therapist

Emilio Aguinaldo College – 2001

I received my Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in Emilio Aguinaldo College in 2001 in Manila, Philippines. I started working in a pediatric clinic where I gained experience working with children with special needs ranging from infancy to age 12 with conditions like Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Microcephaly, Preider Willi Syndrome, GDD, PDD to name a few. The pediatric setting exposed me to play therapy and NDTs and working closely with parents and caregivers which I find very vital in obtaining a realistic goal for the child. Working in a pediatric clinic gave me the opportunity to work in close collaboration with other disciplines of the allied medical health profession gaining insight from various disciplines and applying multidisciplinary approach that benefited the client and its family and something that I carry on to date.

I expanded my experience doing volunteer work at various medical center facilities in the Philippines. In this setting, I dealt with patients in heterogeneous age group and several orthopedic and neurologic conditions. Orthopedic cases encountered were frozen shoulder, recurrent shoulder subluxation, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic lower back pain, scoliosis, total hip replacement, ACL repair, total knee replacement, patellofemoral pain syndrome, plantar fasciitis. Neurologic cases handled were Bell’s palsy, CVA, MCA stroke, TIAs, Parkinsons disease. In the in-patient setting, I was able to treat pulmonary patients, postpartum cases.

I have obtained a New York license prior to working in TRI-PHYSICAL therapy. Also, I am a certified Kinesio Taping® practitioner. Currently, I place special interest in using gua sha to affect changes response to treatment. And while the tenet of Physical Therapy is rehabilitation, preventative habilitation should also be given emphasis to give treatment a new flavor and empower each individual to take charge of their own body.

Arkady Lipnitsky, DC, DACRB, CICE | Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Dr. Arkady Lipnitsky, DC, DACRB, CICE

Brooklyn Chiropractor

Dr. Lipnitsky has been honored as a Top Doctor in New York, a Top Chiropractor in New York, and one of America’s Top Chiropractors. Selected to be a part of international medical team for Rio Olympic Games, Dr. Lipnitsky’s education and training include:

  • Graduated with honors from NY Chiropractic College
  • Certified as a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board
  • Board certified as an Independent Chiropractic Examiner
  • Fellow of the American Back Society
  • Fellow of the North America Cervicogenic Headache Association
  • Fellow of the American Association of Spine Physicians
  • Fellow of the International Society for Medical Shockwave Treatment
  • Recognized specialist in shockwave therapy
  • Certification from the Dry Needling Institute
  • Certification in Manipulation Under Anesthesia
Leonid Dudkin LMT | Physical Therapist Brooklyn

Leonid Dudkin, LMT

Brooklyn Massage Therapist

Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy – 1991

Lenny has been practicing massage therapy for nearly three decades and has been with TRI PT from its very beginning. Lenny has worked in numerous medical facilities throughout NYC, including Old Oaks Country Club in Westchester, Elite Modeling Agency and Gramercy Park, PT. Lenny began his career as a massage therapist by one day helping out a client, complaining that her “massage therapist was slacking off”, his hands were discovered and six months later he was enrolled at the Swedish Institute in NYC because he has found his calling. With much experience over the years, Lenny not only has great hands, knowledge of anatomy and musculature and how to address any medical condition but also always has a great story. In his spare time Lenny travels with his family, likes to fish and enjoys the great outdoors.

Physical Therapy Brooklyn in the Press