Beata (“Bea”) Thomas is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) who specializes in general orthopedics with special interests in spine disorders, neurological disorders as well as vestibular and concussion rehabilitation. She also treats patients with all levels of lower extremity amputations. She works at Activcore in Princeton, New Jersey, located just 2 miles from Princeton University.
Bea is a polish-native who graduated from Karol Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences with a Bachelor Degree in Physical Therapy. After briefly working in Poland as a physiotherapist, she found an opportunity to pursue a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Since graduation, she has been working towards her Maitland Manual Therapy Certification, as well as expanded her knowledge in treating patients with neurological disorders including vestibular and concussion recovery.
With a background in dance starting in kindergarten, various sports in middle and high school, she developed a true passion for exercise and movement. Becoming a physical therapist allowed her to combine this knowledge and training with a strong interest in helping others recover.
Bea has special interests in treating spine disorders and enjoys incorporating her manual skills as well as different exercise approaches to restore motion and reduce pain in order to optimize movement patterns. With over 10 years of experience as a physical therapist, Bea recognizes the importance of educating her clients and providing them with tools necessary to take charge in their journey to recovery. Listening and getting to know the person allows her to tailor the treatments to the Individual needs. Bea feels that utilizing the Redcord suspension system will be further beneficial to her patients as means to achieve strong and balanced bodies.
In her free time, Bea enjoys spending time outside: biking, hiking and playing with her two active children. She loves traveling and believes that the journey of discovering and learning about the world is crucial in creating an open- minded society. She and her husband are passionate about sustainability, which includes minimizing their family’s environmental footprint, buying local produce, and supporting environmental initiatives.
My husband was required to seek vestibular rehabilitation for vertigo and he worked with Dr. Beata Thomas at the Princeton location. Dr. Thomas was wonderful to work with, extremely knowledgeable and focused on his particular problem. Dr. Thomas also gave him exercises to do at home which helped strengthen his vestibular system and optical responses. He was much improved in just a few sessions. We would highly recommend Dr. Thomas for anyone with vertigo and vestibular system deficiencies.
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