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About Dr. Melanie Carminati, PT, DPT, GTS, NCPT

Dr. Melanie Carminati is a highly specialized and holistic physical therapist who founded Inspira Physical Therapy in 2018. Her primary goal is to provide exceptional one-to-one care in complex Orthopedics and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, with a holistic approach that integrates osteopathic manual therapy techniques and Pilates. With over 10 years of clinical experience, Dr. Carminati believes in a comprehensive and compassionate approach to therapy that yields the best results for her patients.

Therapist Qualifications

Education

Dr. Carminati holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Drexel University and has pursued continuing education courses with several institutions such as The Barral Institute, Polestar Pilates, Herman & Wallace, IPA, NAIOMT, and Upledger. 

Career

She began her career in Pilates at 18 while pursuing a Limon Dance Company reconstruction at Drexel University’s Dance Program. After earning her doctoral degree, Dr. Carminati completed an internship at the Polestar Physical Therapy and Pilates Center of Miami, working under Brent Anderson & Kathleen Bower and the Miami City Ballet. 

In 2018, Dr. Melanie Carminati opened her practice in Park Slope, Brooklyn after working as a full-time Physical Therapist at several clinics in New York. Today, her team is located at 219 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.

As an educator, Dr. Carminati has taught Anatomy & Kinesiology at Fordham University. She also hosts workshops and lectures on physical therapy and Pilates and hosts her own podcast called Know & Do Better, available on all streaming platforms. 

Overall, Dr. Melanie Carminati is a dedicated and compassionate physical therapist who strives to provide exceptional care to her patients. With her vast experience, comprehensive approach, and commitment to continuing education and teaching, she is a valuable asset to the field of physical therapy.

Diagnoses Treated:
  • Chronic/Persistent Pain
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Painful Intercourse
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Hypermobility/ EDS
  • Back Pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Complex Orthopedic Injuries
  • TMJ
  • Knee Pain
  • Foot/ankle Pain
  • Hip Pain 
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