Keating Physical Therapy was created to give our clients a one-on-one, hands-on experience that is centered around each individual. We are passionate about making sure that we hear our clients and can give each individual a treatment plan that incorporates the most current and effective research available.
We want to build a relationship with each client so that we can better understand you and your goals. Whether you want to train for your next endurance event, or be able to do your daily activities pain-free, we want to help you achieve these goals… and even surpass them.
Our clients are treated one-on-one by their therapist each and every visit, for the duration of their visit. We believe taking the time and listening to our clients allows us to create an individualized plan that will allow our clients to recover more quickly and become stronger to prevent re-injury.
- Post Surgical Rehabilitation
- Sport related injuries
- Overuse Injuries
- Neck and Back Pain
- Pre-Post Natal
- Golf Injuries and Fitness
About Dr. Karyn Keating, DPT, CSCS
Karyn Keating, DPT, CSCS, TPI Certified started her academic career at Gettysburg College where she received her B.A. in Health and Exercise Science. Karyn then built her own business as a personal trainer in NYC with credentials from the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certifed Personal Trainer (CPT). During this time she worked with many athletes including marathon runners, triathletes, skiers, soccer players and golfers. In 2009, she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at New York University and received both the Elizabeth C. Addoms Award for Academic and Clinical Excellence and the Samuel Ashborn Service and Leadership Award.
Following graduation from NYU, Karyn worked full time in Manhattan in the outpatient orthopedic private practice setting. Now at Keating Physical Therapy, Karyn continues to bring her experience and the latest, most effective rehabilitation programs to her patients through evidence-based practice and continuing education courses. She has taken manual therapy courses taught through the Institute of Physical Art and the Osteopathic Medicine Program of Michigan State University.
Karyn has participated with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training marathon and triathlon teams, completed her first Ragnar Relay and continues to train for smaller races and 1/2 marathons. She enjoys golf, skiing and running, and is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.