Andrew Frazzini, PT, DPT, OCS
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Rutgers University
- Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, Pennsylvania State University
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
- McKenzie Method Part A Lumbar Spine
- Post Surgical
- Blood Flow Restriction Therapy
- Manual Therapy
Andrew is a New York State licensed Physical Therapist who after earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Rutgers University, began working full-time at Professional Physical Therapy in 2017. Andrew graduated from the Professional PT-NYIT Orthopedic Residency Program in 2019 and is an ABPTRFE Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. His extensive clinical experience includes treating patients with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. With a special interest in hip, knee, and shoulder pathology, as well as post-operative rehabilitation, Andrew focuses on facilitating return to sport and future injury prevention. Andrew serves as faculty in the Orthopedic Residency Program providing clinical training to resident physical therapists. He is also a Mentor in our Clinical Excellence Department, providing guidance and mentorship to novice physical therapists across the city. Andrew is a certified Blood Flow Restriction therapist and has completed the Level 1 Selective Functional Movement Assessment and the McKenzie Method Part A Lumbar Spine certifications. Andrew's approach is to personalize evidence-based treatment towards your specific needs in order to maximize recovery efficiency. He is focused on providing early patient education and works to empower every patient to take an active role in their recovery, maximizing treatment benefits and helping you understand how to stay healthy for the long term.
Vincent Chiu, PT, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, SUNY Buffalo
- Bachelor's Degree, Exercise Science
I started lifting weights at age 18 and was interested in how to optimize performance. I have worked for several gyms (Velocity Sports Performance, Blink Fitness), but I've always had a hunger past the point of performance and wanted to learn more about how to rehabilitate injuries.