Dr. Steven Kreh


New Jersey

Physical Therapist

  • Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • LSVT-Big Certified (Parkinsons)
  • Certified Vestibular Rehab Therapist
  • Certified Concussion Rehab Therapist
  • Redcord Trained
  • StrongFirst Kettlebell Coach
  • Precision Nutrition Coach

Steven Kreh is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) who specializes in the areas of vestibular rehab (dizziness/vertigo), concussion prevention and recovery, neurological conditions, and general orthopedics with a focus on helping athletes return to their sport. He works at Activcore in Princeton, New Jersey, located just 2 miles from Princeton University.

Growing up in South Jersey, Steven played tier 1 ice hockey for a full decade. He also played soccer and lacrosse in the off season. Now his sports of interest are MMA and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Steven attended the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he earned both his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. During this time Steven also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and began training high level athletes. Since graduating Steven has completed advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of vestibular disorders and concussion at Duke University with the world’s leading experts. Steven is regularly sharpening his skills in both the realms of orthopedics and sports performance enhancement.

Steven has always had a PT and fitness mindset with the goal of helping others attain health and wellness. Physical therapy was a natural fit, since it has allowed him to work with people being challenged by various health and wellness problems. He enjoys watching them get back on track to an active life.

Steven's approach is holistic. He not only takes into account the person’s whole being, but the ever changing dynamic of that being overtime. The human body is highly adaptive in almost all circumstances, and this allows physical therapy to be utilized to help people recover, and to enhance both their performance and their lives. 

Steven is an active individual who exercises regularly in the forms of powerlifting, kettlebells, and calisthenics. A good book on economics or finance is great for down time. He loves getting together with friends on Saturday nights to watch UFC.

My Reviews

Grateful for Dr. Steven for helping me with a neurological condition. Everyone at Activcore is very knowledgeable and compassionate. I’ve been able to return to hiking, which I didn’t think I could do a year ago. I’m walking away with the skill set to manage symptoms on my own.

Shivani S.

Rehabbing my lower back at Activcore was physical therapy like no other. Dr. Steve Kreh spent the entire hour working with me, helping me perform exercises that isolated the muscles that needed strengthening so my back could heal. I have walked away with the tools, knowledge and confidence that I need to keep myself healthy. I will always be grateful for taking the advice of a friend and making that first phone call to book an appointment at Activcore. Saying goodbye to Dr. Steve, Tyler and Haley was bittersweet.

Pam D.

High level of expertise, amazing process, delivered better than expected outcomes. Dr. Steve Kreh is an encouraging, educated, partner that helped me quite a bit through a lower back injury. I highly recommend Steve and Activcore.

Gary R.

Dr. Steve Kreh treated my vertigo in two sessions and I was free of it! I told everyone about this miracle. Also 15 sessions for back, hip, leg pain gave me great relief. He answered all my many questions with patience and great knowledge. He works with me, listens and responds intelligently with kindness and understanding. I fully trust his PT abilities and highly recommend him and Activcore!

Joanie P.



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