Jonas Bjune, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist361 W 30th St Suite 1A New York NY, 10001
Jonas Bjune is a physical therapist practicing in New York, NY. Jonas Bjune 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, Jonas Bjune can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, soft tissue manipulation and more. Jonas Bjune 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
NYU DPT 2016
Oxford Brookes University PT 2013
Jonas Bjune, PT, DPT's Expert Contributions
Is it OK to lift weights with scoliosis?
Yes READ MORE
Why does my lower back hurt after exercise?
It depends a little on the exercises you’re doing. It could be that you’re doing too much extension. Or your muscles may be fatigued and/or in spasm after your exercise. Make sure you stretch and apply heat or ice after you work out. READ MORE
Can scoliosis be corrected through exercise?
Scoliosis cannot be cured but can be managed through exercise and physical therapy READ MORE
Do you need to see a neurologist after a stroke?
Yes absolutely READ MORE
Is physiotherapy good for back pain?
Yes absolutely READ MORE
What exercise can I do for knee pain?
Closes chain exercises are the best and safest for knees. READ MORE
Is a chiropractor or physical therapist better for bad posture?
Depends on what's causing your bad posture, but Physical Therapy is recommended. READ MORE
When should I start physical therapy after back injury?
Depends on the type of injury, but probably as fast as possible. READ MORE
Could be your meniscus. Ice and rest until it improves before you start physical therapy. READ MORE
My heel is hurting?
Sounds like you have plantar fasciitis READ MORE
What is the most effective treatment for chronic low back pain?
A combination of manual therapy, stretching, and strengthening. All depending on what is causing the chronic low back pain. READ MORE
How long does it take to recover from tennis elbow?
Depends on the therapist who treats you, the treatment you’re getting, and the chronicity of your tennis elbow. Anything from 6 weeks to 6 months. READ MORE
What kind of physical therapy do you need after back surgery?
When cleared by the surgeon, you need to strengthen your core and back muscles. READ MORE
What is causing sharp knee pain?
This sounds like ITB problems. Try stretching your side hip/glut and glut med and see if that helps. READ MORE
How can I prevent getting bunions after surgery?
Bunions occurs due to wrong weight-bearing in your foot. Your foot is loading incorrectly. Either your leg is too tight making you walk out of alignment, or you might need orthotics to prevent them from reoccurring. READ MORE
Is physical therapy good for tennis elbow?
Yes, Physical Therapy is the primary treatment for tennis elbow. READ MORE
What is the best physical therapy for sciatica?
Hi, This depends on what's causing your sciatica. The pain can originate from your spine, or the more common presentations, the nerve is aggravated from somewhere down the nerve pathway, i.e., tight hip muscles. I always recommend manual therapy for these patients. Hope it helps! READ MORE
Is an exercise bike good after knee replacement?
Hi, I would say a bike is essential after a knee replacement. It’s the number 1 research-backed exercise for knees. READ MORE
What kind of physical therapy comes after knee surgery?
The physical therapy will consist of pain management and controlling your swelling immediately. Working on knee extension is imperative. When you’re ready depending on what knee surgery you’re having, strengthening will commence to regain strength and control of your knee. READ MORE
Hi, Physiotherapy should start as soon as possible. After a grade two sprain, you should be able to return fully to normal. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Valedictorian at Oxford Brookes University Healthcare Faculty 2013 Oxford Brookes University
- American Physical Therapy Association
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