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Dr. Christopher Austin is a caring and skilled physical therapist serving the community of New York, NY. Dr. Austin attended A.T. Still University, where he earned his doctorate in physical therapy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and Spanish from St. Cloud State University.
Dr. Austin is a part of US Athletic Training Center, where he sees patients for foot problems, back problems, knee problems, pain reduction exercises, and spondylolysis, as well as other common and specialized reasons. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and the American Heart Association.
Dr. Austin is uncompromising in his dedication to the well-being of his patients. He is committed to giving the best care and establishing long-lasting relationships with them. He is dedicated to helping patients receive the treatment they need so they can enjoy a positive and fulfilling lifestyle.
Verified Patient Reviews
Chris does a great job listening, thinking about solutions and implementing treatment. I've been to therapy at a few places, and Chris and his team are the best I've experienced by far.
Really great PT. Chris and his staff are true professionals. They clearly know what they are doing and take the time to answer all my question and provide the level of therapy required. I am very confident that I will have the quickest recovery from ACL surgery possible.
He was helpful and knowledgable but seemed a little rushed. He answered all of my questions though and explained things well.
Chris Austin is as good as it gets. I was rehasbing a torn shoulder labrum and he made a tough process smoother than I thought possible. He not only showed me each drill, but he explained why I was doing everything in a manner that built a strong base of knowledge post-injury. Even better was how he saw the process through when I was not at the office, he was always available through email, pointing me in the right direction that communication continued as I made my way back to the gym, where he explained what I might encounter on various lifts.