Philippe Corbanese PT, DPT
• 2011-Present Assistant Teacher, Touro College
• 2006 Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Touro College
Philippe recognized his passion for physical therapy at a young age, first volunteering and then working as a physical therapy aide at Beth Israel Medical Center while completing his undergraduate studies. Since receiving his Doctorate in 2006, Philippe has been practicing orthopedic and sports physical therapy and holds post-graduate certificates in manual therapy from the Institute of Physical Art, University of St Augustine and Maitland.
Philippe has worked in a variety of settings and has treated patients with neurological, orthopedic and sports injuries. These experiences led him to his specialty in sports and orthopedic injuries. For the past five years, he has worked extensively with professional athletes on the US Women’s Rugby team, and the Harlem Wizards as well as collegiate and recreational athletes.
Philippe’s natural ability to motivate and educate his patients, combined with his excellent manual therapy and advanced clinical reasoning skills ensures optimum function while returning patients to the activities that they love.
In addition to being a practicing therapist, Philippe has been an assistant teacher in the Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy at Touro College-School of Health Sciences since 2011 in the Modalities and Anatomy classes.