Dr. Kulwant Kaur PT, DPT
Dr. Kulwant Kaur known to her patients as Dr. K is a very passionate and warm hearted Doctor of Physical Therapy. She is a devoted entrepreneur, physical therapist, wife of a very supportive husband, and proud mother of 2 loving children. Dr K was born in December and her ambitious Capricorn personality has driven her to be her best self. She loves to have a good cup of coffee and spends her time creating meaningful memories with her friends and family. Dr K’s father has raised her to become Independent from a young age and is an important backbone for her success. She is also a licensed Real Estate agent and assists in managing her husband’s distribution company. She continues to learn and grow on a daily basis and finds peace and calmness through meditation. Dr. K would love to travel the world and aspires to be motivational and supportive to our growing youth.
As a board licensed physical therapist and co-owner at Tri-Pro Physical therapy she is compassionate towards her clients and it shows through her skills and expertise. Dr K’s comprehensive approach to caring for her patients comes from vast training and courses throughout her career. She received her Bachelors of Science from Rutgers University and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ (2012).
Dr. K has worked and trained in multiple settings including outpatient physical therapy, sports specific rehab, inpatient, sub acute, home care, pediatric-school based, geriatric and in an acute care hospital. She was a teaching assistant at UMDNJ for human anatomy and dissection. She has advanced her skills with continuing education in the following courses; KinetaCore: Functional Dry Needling, TheBasics of Sacroiliac Mobilization, Foot and Ankle Complex, Comprehensive Treatment of the Shoulder, Red Cord Therapy, Treatment of Common Extremity Dysfunction through Mobilization, Pulmonary Disease & Rehab, Functional Strength; An Updated Approach to Exercising Patients. Dr. K is also trained in the fabrication of temporary orthotics and lymphatic drainage.