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  • I started PT with the facilities main PT who a was a very nice man- BUT THEN my work schedule changed and so did my Luck ! ! ! The PT with the most accommodating service hours was Shi Feng Lin- Well let me tell you- this was a blessing….. besides his amazing personality, Shi Feng has a vast array of overall medical knowledge and he provides a Sharing of the same- He is a true Hands On patient educator.
    As a Nurse, I appreciate another professional who excels in their field.
    The only relief I get from several spinal / neck injuries is after leaving a treatment with Shi. I actually just had the cupping technique done last night. I never knew this even existed. Shi Feng’s level of knowledge in medicine and overall wellness certainly transcends his chronical years. I recommend him above any PT I have ever met, and as a nurse with over 10 yrs of elder care- I have met quite a few PTs.
    Thanks Shi- Donna.

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Dr. Shi-Feng Lin, Physical Therapy

Made in China and have lived in New York City since 9 years-old, Dr. Shi-Feng  graduated from Skidmore College with a Bachelors in Health & Exercise Science in 2010. He went on to pursue his Doctorate of Physical Therapy and graduated from Sage Graduate School in 2013. He has worked in an orthopedic outpatient private practice since graduation and has developed an eclectic approach in his treatment philosophy from his extensive pursue in continuing education.

When he’s not treating, Shi Feng likes to stay active and plays in a friday league basketball, exploring rivers/lakes with his inflatable kayak.  

  • Qualifications: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
  • Born: China
  • Now Lives: New York City
  • Certifications:
    Applied Prevention & Health Promotion Therapist
    Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
    Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
    Certified Titleist Performance Institute
  • Hobbies: kayaking, biking, hiking, camping
  • Team:  San Antonio Spurs and New York Giants
  • Show: Whose Line Is It?
  • Food: Korean and Japanese













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