Zach Kaminski's entry into the world of physical therapy is deeply rooted in his own experiences as a runner. Having faced injuries himself throughout high school, college, and graduate school, and even in his current pursuits, Zach developed a passion for guiding runners to not only recover from injuries but to emerge stronger and healthier than before. This personal connection to running injuries has been a driving force in his professional journey.
Zach's academic credentials are impressive, with a graduation from the University of Maryland's Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science (PTRS) program. He further honed his skills through an orthopedic residency at Drayer, where he also served as a residency mentor. His expertise is augmented by certification in dry needling, adding a specialized skill to his clinical toolkit.
With seven years of practice under his belt, Zach has amassed a wealth of experience in the field. His work includes conducting running injury screenings for high school, college, and professional athletes. His expertise extends beyond running, as evidenced by his role as a medical team member for the Maryland Cycling Classic, the largest international road cycling race in the U.S., for consecutive years.
Zach's clientele is diverse, ranging from runners and triathletes to cyclists and soccer players, reflecting his wide-ranging expertise in sports physical therapy. His outstanding contributions to sports and physical therapy are further highlighted by his involvement as a Team USA World Championship triathlete member from 2018 to 2022.
Zach Kaminski represents the embodiment of a professional who leverages personal experiences to fuel a career dedicated to helping athletes. His journey from a runner facing injuries to a seasoned physical therapist and an international triathlete is a remarkable testament to his dedication and expertise in the field of sports physical therapy.