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Dr. Dharrian De Castro, DPT, PT received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy degree from University of Perpetual Help System DALTA where she graduated as Magna Cum Laude. She passed the Physical Therapy Licensure Exam in 2002, where she ranked Top 20 out of the 1056 board passers. Dr. De Castro was a member of the faculty staff for the College of Physical Therapy in her Alma Mater for 5 years.
In 2008, she joined SportsMed Physical Therapy in Clifton, New Jersey. In 2016, she went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Dominican College of Blauvelt Athletics.
Dr. De Castro is experienced in treating patients of all ages and conditions, particularly orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions. She is passionate about putting the well-being of her patients first. She aims to provide patients with the highest quality of rehabilitation services and is committed to help patients achieve their maximum level of physical function. She is also dedicated to empowering her patients to participate in a rehabilitation program tailored to their individual needs.
In her free time, Dr. De Castro enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and is an active member of her church.
Hyong Kim, L.Ac. graduated from Southern California University School of Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture (SCUSOMA) with a Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. She loves that as an acupuncturist, she can help patients improve emotionally and physically.
Hyong loves doing acupuncture because it helps people feel better. When they come in, they’re often in pain and don’t know what to do about it.
Acupuncture helps with many different kinds of pain, from chronic to acute, from back to shoulder—and everything in between. And it works!
You might think that acupuncture is just a bunch of needles (and it most certainly is), but you’d be wrong if you thought that was all there was to it. Acupuncture is so much more than that. It’s not just about sticking needles into people and hoping for the best. It’s about getting patients on a path towards healing. Healing means encouraging the body to rejuvenate itself and work towards wellness.
In her free time, Hyong enjoys listening to classical music, hiking, and running.
Damier Browne, OTR/L is a graduate of Columbia University, where he majored in Occupational Therapy. Prior to joining SportsMed, he spent 10 years as an Occupational Therapist for multiple facilities, including skilled nursing, long-term care, outpatient, home-care and assisted-living.
Damier loves that as an OT, he gets to help people of all ages fully engage in their daily lives, from their work and recreation to activities of daily living. In addition, he applies his knowledge of environmental modification, and physical and stroke rehabilitation to help patients reach their goals.
Damier is an Occupational Therapist with a kind heart and an unparalleled commitment to both his patients’ health and happiness. He’s personally invested in helping every one of his patients enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Mr. Browne is a professionally trained therapist who strives to be a caring source of support. When he’s not keeping busy in the clinic, you can find Damier outdoors spending time with family, traveling, or playing the piano.
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