Then after that, your physical therapist stretches you for 15 minutes, hands you off to an assistant or aid to complete your exercises and you most likely won’t see your PT again until you’re walking out the door or until the next session.
Although there aren’t any statistics on the national average of time that physical therapists spend with their patient per hour, it is safe to say that less than 50% of your session is spent under the direct hands on care or supervision of a physical therapist.
Our practice was created so that your entire session is spent with a Doctor of Physical Therapy so that your problems get solved faster.
If you have ever been to your run of the mill physical therapy clinic, you may not ever work with the same therapist from visit to visit. It’s like going to the barbershop and getting the same haircut from a different barber.
We value your trust and believe that consistency is a key to cultivating a strong rapport and successful outcomes.
You could spend up to half a day with the amount of time that it takes for you to drive to your appointment, wait, be seen and drive back home.
Your time is valuable. Save yourself the time and inconvenience.
We take pride in understanding the challenges of rehabilitation, the rigors of sports, demands of Crossfit and technical aspects of running because movement literacy, movement competency and exercise is a part of our lifestyle.
As an undersized “husky” kid who loved and played sports, Kingsley was always obsessed with the technical aspects of movement, improving athleticism and fitness. He believes that athleticism, overall wellness and fitness is attainable, no matter what age you are and this is why he has the unwavering optimism that we all can do something today to make ourselves better than we were yesterday.
Kingsley earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University in 2008. He also earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Hofstra University in 2002 – where he completed his Athletic Training clinical requirements with Division I Level football, wrestling, lacrosse, softball and field hockey and then went on to serve as the ATC for several prominent Long Island high schools (Garden City, Wantagh & Plainview).
He is also a member of the MobilityWOD staff and contributes content to the Daily MWOD Pro. In addition, he is a Certified Pose Method Running Technique Specialist and Certified TRX Sports Medicine Instructor.
Kingsley treats a variety of orthopedic conditions, sports-related injuries and post-surgical cases with this goal in mind: to promote and influence the body’s natural ability to heal, re-learn and improve performance.
He started Crossfit in 2015 and credits it for helping him develop the strength and confidence to pursue anything. He has also completed a Half Marathon and runs several short races a year.
In his spare time, he likes to spend it with his family. He has been married to his wife, Christina, since 2005 and together, have 3 children – Isabella, Kingsley II and Sophia.