Dr. Robinson (he/him/his) brings to you 10 years of experience specializing in orthopedics, head, cervical and temporomandibular dysfunction. He implements a combination of manual therapy, dry needling, and exercise to help his clients achieve their goals. He is a graduate of Howard University (BS), Emory University (DPT) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (residency training). He also serves as an assistant professor with the physical therapy program at Howard University.
Dr. Robinson spends his free time bike riding local trails, playing in amateur basketball leagues and spending time outdoors with his family. When he is not treating patients, he enjoys teaching and mentoring new therapists.
We are experts in the evaluation, treatment and prevention of movement dysfunction.
We provide a well-rounded approach to rehabilitation treating an array of orthopedic & neuromuscular conditions related sports and daily life.
We strive to be the preferred provider for musculoskeletal pain by emphasizing a hands-on approach and decreasing the reliance on pharmacological pain management.
A thorough evaluation of the head and neck is paramount in the treatment of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD). Specialty training for clients with TMD is warranted as this cluster of conditions can be fairly complex.
An emerging adjunctive modality in the profession of physical therapy where fine, filiform needles are used to treat myofascial trigger points—an overlooked and ignored cause of acute and chronic pain.
We treat orthopedic conditions and injuries related sports and daily activities. This includes diagnoses such as shoulder pain related to rotator cuff tendinitis, or hip pain related to osteoarthritis.
The management of spinal conditions include mechanical neck pain (cervical), mid back pain (thoracic), and low back pain (lumbar) related to diagnoses such as degenerative disc disease, muscle strains, and facet arthropathy.