Dr. Benjamin Fan, PT, DPT, CSCS

Next Level Physical Therapy

2101 East State Street, Hamilton Township, NJ, 08619, United States

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Specialties & Certifications

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Dry Needling
  • PRI
  • SFMA
  • FMS
  • FCS (Fundamental Capacity Screen)
  • Spinal Manipulation

Athletic & Training Background

Dr. Ben is highly active and avid about strength and conditioning. He loves incorporating various styles of training and fitness into his own program and fitness regimen, including powerlifting, olympic lifting, kettlebell work, and yoga. 

He also loves playing any and every sport, especially beach volleyball. In the summer time you will find him on the beach playing tournaments throughout the Tri-State and North East.

Current Role Working with Athletes

Dr. Ben is currently the Lead Physical Therapist for Next Level Physical Therapy's Hamilton location. His clientele is primarily athletes ranging from middle school/high school, collegiate, professional, and middle-aged. He also specializes in rehabilitating and training volleyball players of all levels, youth to adult, club to professional.

All sessions are one-on-one and his clients consistently return to doing what they love 2-3x faster than the industry average. In addition to treating, he, along with other therapist's at Next Level Physical Therapy, are also responsible for performing intake testing on any athlete that comes to the facility for training. During this assessment, they help identify and provide corrective strategies for any movement dysfunctions that may predispose athletes to injury and/or limit their progress with training.

Professional Philosophy

Ben follows a movement based approach in treating his patients and believes in the importance of, not only treating symptoms, but finding and addressing the underlying causes. He also feels it is extremely important to communicate with and educate his patients, so they understand and are involved in the rehabilitation process.