Did you know that physical therapy can help with dizziness and conditions such as vertigo? Well … yes it can! In fact, we have two therapists (AnilKumar Koshiya MPT, M.Ed. and Bret Peters PT, DPT) who that have treated many patients with conditions resulting from vestibular disorders (inner ear). Vertigo is a condition that develops in the vestibular system. The article below discusses the different types of vestibular disorders and how PT can help. If you or a loved one are suffering with vestibular issues, dizzines or balance problems, please give us a call at our Davison location. Anil or Bret would be happy to help you back onto your feet. (810) 412-5100.
Meet our newest therapist, AnilKumar “Anil” Koshiya. Anil is from Surat, Gujarat, India. He has a master’s degree in physical therapy and a Master of Education Degree in Exercises Sports Science.
Previous to coming to APTC, Anil worked for a large physical therapy firm in Nova Scotia, Canada. He spent a number of years there treating a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries. He also worked for one of the local hospitals in Nova Scotia.
It is important to Anil to read up on the latest research and newest treatments available in his profession. His special interests include vestibular rehabilitation, kinesiology taping, the Graston Technique, and functional trigger point dry needling.
There is a great need for healthcare in India, and seeing this need, Anil helped to organize a camp providing physical therapy for the disadvantaged. Anil is very proud of his heritage and enjoys sharing through teaching and hosting classes on Indian language, culture and health.
When Anil is not busy treating patients or volunteering, he enjoys listening to music and tries to stay active and healthy by hiking and biking in the summer and going to the gym several times a week. He is also an avid reader.
Anil practices out of our Davison clinic and feels that his specialty lies in treating patients with cervical and shoulder pain, sciatica and pelvic asymmetry. He also has achieved great outcomes for patients suffering from shoulder impingement syndrome. He utilizes various manual therapy techniques to ensure that each patient receives the best possible outcome. Patients have described Anil as kind, compassionate, and gentle. He has been told by many of his patients that he has a healing touch.
If you would like to ask Anil a question relating to therapy or for a free consult, please contact him at our Davison clinic at (810) 412-5100, or you can email him at AKoshiya@advpt.com.