Dipty is skillful and knowledgeable Physical Therapist who had extensive experience treating a diverse patient population in outpatient clinics, across New York and New Jersey over past 15 years. She specializes in orthopedic injuries, spinal physical therapy and has trained and practiced diverse manual therapy techniques.
Dipty is committed to maximizing her patients’ rehabilitation by utilizing a “whole person” approach and believes in mantra of non-surgical management of musculoskeletal pathologies as the key in helping her patients return to a healthy, fast-paced lifestyle. By combining advance manual therapy skills, injury prevention and current evidence-based research, her patients receive the care that will allow them to achieve functional goals- uniquely tailored to each and one of her patient.
Dipty completed her Bachelors in Physical Therapy in Mumbai, India. Pursuant to that, she went to receive Masters of Business Administration with a focus on Health Administration from New York Institute of Technology and obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University. Also to add to her excellence she trained in various advance manual therapy courses and certified with Kinesio-taping. She has a vast set of tools for treating clients of all ages and conditions, who come to her, some from different parts of the world. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the New York Chapter, and a Life member of the Indian Association of Physiotherapy. She believes in constantly keeping herself in the know of new advances in the field of physical therapy.
Dipty’s therapy method, not just focuses on using interventions which couples mechanical / structural rehabilitation of soft tissue and joints, but also focuses on hand-on, one-on-one approach for neuromuscular facilitation to promote optimum motor control for human movement and experience. She believes in delivering holistic approach, which includes analyzing and improving every day functions and sports movement patterns; in addition to improving flexibility and strength.