Physical Therapy now offered at Underground! With the vast amounts of work that is done at Underground, occasionally, we face the stresses of either injury or soreness. Now, with our new space, comes our new Physical Therapy program. At Underground, we like to provide our clientele with the highest quality of physical wellness expertise. Meet Underground’s newest Physical Therapy team:
Kento helps people 30-60+ move and feel young again by reconnecting their mind and body even after years of aches and pains.
Passionate about treating the individual systematically, Kento studied countless hours of understanding how the human body is an interaction between many systems and not just parts. Kento taught nationally for the industry to spread his passion for treating the individual as a whole. Some courses he has taught include “Spinal and Breathing Assessment”, Smart Tools Level I, and Neurokinetic Therapy. Kento is involved as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University for Human Anatomy and Kinesiology.
In his spare time, Kento loves to spend time with his wife and two kids Kei and Mia playing sports or cooking.
Danny has over twelve years of experience practicing as a Physical Therapy Assistant in the areas of orthopedics, sports, and general movement assessment. He believes every client should be treated as a whole person, despite just complaining about a “sore knee” or “tight back”. Danny’s objective is to treat the origin of the dysfunction, to improve quality of life, and to teach strategies to get back to the life you deserve.
Danny is an Adjunct Professor in the Gross Anatomy Lab for Seton Hall University in both the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Programs. He also holds a Professional License and Master’s degree in Acupuncture in the state of New York. Danny’s experience and education in both Western and Eastern Medicine give him a unique perspective and understanding of how to provide holistic, conservative, and to ease your pain without taking pain killers.