Dr. Anna Fyodorova, MS, PT, DPT, MBA of TRI Physical Therapy in Brooklyn loved playing sports from an early age. So when it came time to choose a college path, physical therapy seemed like the perfect fit, combining her love for science and medicine with her love for sports. Physical therapist Dr. Fyodorova attended LIU Brooklyn, beginning with their honors program and finishing with a Bachelor’s degree in three years and was accepted to their Physical Therapy program. During college and her PT program, she began to run marathons and race triathlon more seriously and competitively, being on several sponsored teams, Nike CPTC, SBR.
After Dr. Anna Fyodorova graduated Physical Therapy school from LIU, she was offered a PT job in acute care at the now NYU Lutheran Medical Center. Acute care gave her valuable experience in critical clinical conditions and being able to differentiate between acute clinical diagnosis and conditions. After about a year and a half, she decided to venture into outpatient physical therapy rehabilitation to get closer to sports and athletic injuries and to have more time to train. Over the past 13 years as a leading physical therapist, Dr. Fyodorova has treated it all, or so it seems, but you never know what is going to come in through the door, making every day both challenging and very interesting.
Dr. Anna Fyodorova a top rated, best in class Brooklyn physical therapy rehabilitation specialist. As a leading therapist she offers hands-on, one-on-one approach to physical rehabilitation. Dr. Anna Fyodorova and the team of rehabilitation therapists of TRI Physical Therapy in Brooklyn provide a fundamentally new form of innovative and personalized rehabilitation care. She combines traditional physical therapy technique for back, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle pain with alternative therapies and cutting-edge chiropractic services.
Our Brooklyn physical therapy specialists have the most advanced training, are part of Olympic medical team, USA triathlon, USA swimming team, New York road runners, and are the most experienced and best physical therapists in Brooklyn. Physical Therapy Center is a one-stop practice for all your physical therapy needs.
TRi Physical Therapy of Brooklyn
2279 Coney Island Ave, Ste 203
Brooklyn, NY 11223
Web Address: https://www.triptnyc.com/
Education and Training
North Eastern University DPT 2013
Oswego University MBA 2018
LIU PT Program, BS, MS 2005
Anna Fyodorova, MS, PT, DPT, MBA's Expert Contributions
Pain in the hands is one of the most common causes that leads people to the rheumatologist office. Our hands are a very thin mechanism, but at the same time, they are capable of withstanding enormous loads. However, some diseases can practically immobilize our hands and cause severe pain in the hand...
- USA Swimming Member/Coach
- USAT Track and Field Member/Coach
- Ironman Certified Coach
- NYRR Membe
Professional Society Memberships
- American Physical Therapy Association
What do you attribute your success to?
- Love of studying and sports
Hobbies / Sports
- Triathalon, Ironman
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