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About Dr. Oluwaseyi Karimu, Our Owner

At Aspen Hill Physical Therapy, we are dedicated to providing you with the best care available. We have built our staff around a prominent physical therapist, Dr. Oluwaseyi Karimu, who has a genuine love of working in the fast-paced world of therapy clinics.

Olu offers an individualized, hands-on approach that integrates manual therapy and appropriate exercise programs. Her ability to deliver proven answers in an efficient manner to produce results can be attested to by her patients.

Education & Certification

Dr. Oluwaseyi graduated from the Arizona School of Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. She received her Master's level credits for physical therapy in 2005 from the University of Cardiff, United Kingdom. Her desire to solve women's health issues started when she wrote her thesis on "the Effects of Exercises on the Duration of Labor in Primiparous Women". Over the course of her career, she has sought to continue her education. She has attended different manual certification courses and is a certified neuromuscular taping specialist.

Working Around the World

While in the UK, she worked as an occupational physical therapist for British Gas Company™. She became a back-care instructor in manual handling techniques. She formulated efficient and ergonomic techniques to maintain good postures at work.

During her time in the United Kingdom, she provided quality care to individuals at community hospitals, but she has also worked in New York, Nevada, and the District of Columbia, as well as in Silver Spring, Maryland. She spearheaded the evening therapy outpatient clinic in Rockaway, New York, where she managed a staff while running an efficient practice. She is currently licensed in all of these places and the state of Virginia.

Dr. Oluwaseyi also worked as a pediatric physical therapist for four years, and she specialized in the field of early intervention. She used neuro-developmental techniques to assist mobility and to address activities of daily life at home, school, and in the community.