Welcome to Dorfman Kinesiology
Dorfman Kinesiology specializes in injury rehabilitation as well as in long-term and unresolved cases of pain and discomfort. Massage therapy is the primary tool used to address patient concerns while movement therapy, biomechanical evaluation, Traditional Chinese medicine, and nutritional counseling may be used.
FEEL BETTER FOREVER
Stretch . Strengthen . Mobilize . Recover.
LOWER BACK BASICS
Promotes long-term health, strength & mobility in the low back & hips, while promoting optimal alignment & positioning in those key areas.
Reduce & eliminate pain or discomfort as you build strength & flexibility, relax the nervous system and promote longevity.
For athletes of all levels – designed to enhance longevity, strength, and recovery for the entire body. An integral part of any workout routine.
Engineered with core principles of anatomy & physiology, these programs have helped thousands of individuals with injury rehabilitation & prevention for over 30 years.
He introduced me to therapeutic yoga and showed me how this simple, yet profound practice would keep me flexible with better core strength and balance. Every morning I do his Lower Back Basics stretches to prepare for my busy day. All of his wonderful care, treatments and expertise have enabled me to stay active and travel the world!
THE KEY TO SUCCESS
We have dozens of free videos, with stretching, self-massage and postural instructions, that will help you feel better forever from head to toe. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest updates.
“Brian was the first therapist who explained how my foot issue was going to improve. I followed his advice and all’s good.”
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Looking back at 2020, there were a handful of cases that stood out. I consider these to be Miracle cases because they dumbfounded conventional medical practitioners but were effectively resolved by my methods and unique set of protocols. Sprained Ankle: “Alana”, a...
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I am frequently been asked some variation of the question: “If I only have 10 minutes to calm myself down/ to change my outlook to destress - what should I do?” Although the question and the situation differ from person to person, my answer is often the same: breathe....