Dr. Benet Busketta, PT, DPT

Dr. Benet Busketta attended Manhattan College for his undergraduate education and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science. During his time attending Manhattan College, Benet adopted a firm interest in competitive weightlifting, namely Power Lifting. Through his time competing in Power Lifting, Benet quickly learned the importance of caring for his body in order to maximize his performance and reduce his risk of injury. It was here where Benet developed a strong passion for the field of Physical Therapy.

 

After graduating from Manhattan College, Benet was accepted into Stony Brook University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program, where he graduated in June of 2017. During his time at Stony Brook University, Benet attained the position of Part-Time Physical Therapy Aide at Professional Care Physical Therapy where he continued to work through his graduate educational program. Through Benet’s clinical rotations, he has enjoyed Physical Therapy experience in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Benet began his clinical internship experience in the Sub-Acute rehabilitative setting with his first two clinical rotations taking place in a skilled nursing facility. Here, Benet gained experience treating general post-operative patients and Neurological cases including patients with a history of stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. Benet then completed his last two clinical rotations in the outpatient setting where he initiated his accumulation of experience in treating general outpatient cases.

 

After receiving his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree, Benet returned to his home in Franklin Square where he worked in the Outpatient Orthopedic setting for two years. Here, Benet gained valuable experience in treating Outpatient cases including but not limited to patients post-arthroscopic surgery, patients post joint replacement surgery, patients with gait and balance limitations, patients with chronic pain, and patients suffering from Vestibular dysfunctions including Vertigo.

 

Benet has now returned to Professional Care Physical Therapy, but now as a licensed Physical Therapist and an individual looking for further growth, both clinically and professionally. Benet looks forward to attending continuing education courses aimed at learning from some of the best researchers and Physical Therapists in order to further hone his craft.