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Dipty Mali

Physical Therapist

Dr. Dipty Mali is a top Physical Therapist in Jersey City, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Dipty Mali is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Dipty Mali is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Dipty Mali is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Jersey City, New Jersey, Dr. Dipty Mali is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
Dipty Mali
  • Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Accepting new patients

I'm only 23 and experiencing knee pain during exercise. Why?

You may or may not have symptoms of Rheumatoid arthritis. You need to get completely evaluated for this. Running/swimming without a proper warm-up and stretching can cause tendonitis READ MORE
You may or may not have symptoms of Rheumatoid arthritis. You need to get completely evaluated for this. Running/swimming without a proper warm-up and stretching can cause tendonitis of the patella tendon. Your symptoms resemble tendonitis pain. You should get a physical therapy evaluation.

I am having a lot of pain all over my body post pregnancy. Should I go for some physical therapy?

Yes, definitely. During pregnancy and labor, the female body goes through a lot of stress, which causes residual pain post-pregnancy due to altered body mechanics. I have worked READ MORE
Yes, definitely. During pregnancy and labor, the female body goes through a lot of stress, which causes residual pain post-pregnancy due to altered body mechanics. I have worked with many post-pregnant women in the past for back pain, leg/hip pain, pubic pain, etc. Physical therapy does wonders for post-pregnancy issues.

Will my first physical therapy appointment hurt? (right hip)

Hi, Your hip replacement was done to prevent pain and improve your mobility. Physical therapy is what is going to help you be more mobile and independent with your activities. READ MORE
Hi,

Your hip replacement was done to prevent pain and improve your mobility. Physical therapy is what is going to help you be more mobile and independent with your activities. And if asking if it hurts... I won't lie, it does a little, but not like the pain you had before your surgery. Pain is from your weaker muscles and not from the replaced joint anymore. If you follow the instructions well, you will do great with a few visits of physical therapy.

I have slight weakness in my muscles along with pain in the forearms. What could this be?

There are a lot of reasons I need to know more about this problem of weakness. It can be just a muscular or nerve injury; I can't tell without an evaluation. For me, it looks like READ MORE
There are a lot of reasons I need to know more about this problem of weakness. It can be just a muscular or nerve injury; I can't tell without an evaluation. For me, it looks like muscle fatigue and tendinitis. I will need more details for a correct diagnosis.

Can yoga make the bones weaker?

That's a myth. I have been practicing yoga for many years. It helps with flexibility and strength, which ultimately improve bone strength.