Dipty Mali is a physical therapist practicing in Jersey City, New Jersey. Dipty Mali specializes in physical treatment to help a patient reduce pain, restore mobility, rehabilitate an injury, or increase movement and overall function. As a physical therapist, Dipty Mali can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, laser or light therapy and more. Dipty Mali will create a treatment plan based on the patients specific injury or condition, and might target a specific body part or body system based on the individual.
Education and Training
Arcadia University, PA DPT 2015
Dipty Mali's Expert Contributions
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. 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. 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. 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. READ MORE
That's a myth. I have been practicing yoga for many years. It helps with flexibility and strength, which ultimately improve bone strength. READ MORE
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Faculty Titles & Positions
- owner and Founder Equipoise Physical Therapy 2017 - Present
- American Physical Therapy Association, New Jersey Chapter
Dipty Mali's Practice location
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- Alternative Treatment for Shin Splints
What Are Shin Splints?Shin splints are the result of severe stress being placed on the tibia. This stress leads to inflammation of the surrounding muscle tissues; thus, leading to severely debilitating pain. At times, the pain can be so severe that it may even cause difficulties simply taking a step...
- What is a Hamstring Strain?
Hamstring strains happen because of an excess strain or pull on one of the three strings of muscles at the back of the thigh. This is a very common injury that affects athletes who participate in events or games that require fast sprinting and immediate halts. The strain on the muscle can be mild...
- What Is Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Surgery?
Minimally invasive knee replacement surgery is a term used to describe several procedures and modifications of conventional knee replacement aimed to reduce tissue trauma. Unlike other procedures that involve a deep cut on your knee to expose the joint, the procedure's main goal is to reduce or...
- What Is Spinal Decompression?
The human back is a complex structure of muscles, ligaments, bones, joints, and nerves. It is common for people to experience back problems at some point in their life for a variety of reasons. Since the pain can radiate into the back and even from other parts of the body, it is very difficult to...
- What Happens During a Laminectomy?
What is a laminectomy?You may experience back pain that affects your day-to-day activities. Your doctor may recommend that you undergo a surgical procedure called laminectomy.Laminectomy is a surgical operation, in which the lamina is removed. This helps relieve pressure that is exerted on the nerve...
- Selecting a Fibromyalgia Treatment Team
A treatment team should be viewed as a partnership in which each member brings unique and important skills, and expertise. Combined treatment approaches are proven to have more effectiveness in the treatment of fibromyalgia, but it takes time and effort to pull together the right group of people. ...