Katarzyna Niebrzydowska PT, DPT, PRPC, MTC, CFC, CKTP

Katarzyna was in the first group of practitioners achieving Pelvic Floor Practitioner Certification offered by Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. She earned her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 2001 from the Academy of Physical Education in Poland, and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of St. Augustine for Health Science in Florida in 2011. Since then she completed over 200 professional continuing education hours and received certification in Manual Therapy, Craniofacial Treatment and Pelvic Rehabilitation. 

What inspired me to open KTS Physical Therapy?

  

After treating patients for many years, I have noticed that the pelvic floor area has been neglected by therapists. It is very difficult to find a trained physical therapist who provides a wide range of treatments to address problems of incontinence, pelvic pain, organ prolapse or painful intercourse. I have gone through extensive training with the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in order to expand my knowledge and skills in treatment of female and male pelvic problems.

I am proud to open Kate's Therapeutic Solutions Physical Therapy and to use my skills to serve the population of Staten Island.

What is my mission?

  

At KTS Physical Therapy, I dedicate myself to creating a comfortable and caring environment.  My mission is to guide my patients on their path to recovery by providing them with compassionate and personalized treatment. On the first visit, I distinguish the specificity of the condition and individualized needs to prepare the plan of treatment, while respecting ones individuality and current physical status. On follow up visits, I help the patient to achieve their goals. I provide one-on-one care with the same Physical Therapist from start to finish. I believe people should be able to live their life to their fullest potential. Suffering from pain or incontinence limits our choices from what we want to do, to what we can do. It gives me great satisfaction to help patients achieve their best possible function.