Eldin Trebincevic is experienced in developing comprehensive plans of care for patients that incorporate manual techniques and direct interventions in coordination with various members of a patient’s support team, including family members and other healthcare professionals. Whenever indicated, he incorporates manual therapy as much as possible into his treatment approach.
Eldin earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the State University of New York at Stony Brook after completing Bachelor degrees in Health Science and Biology from the university. Throughout his educational and professional career, Eldin gained valuable clinical experience at a number of hospitals, rehabilitation clinics and private practices within the metropolitan New York area, including New York Presbyterian Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Long Island State Veterans Home, Manhattan Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Outreach Physical Therapy and the Center for Rehabilitation in Flushing.
In addition to his extensive clinical experience as a staff physical therapist in acute care, rehabilitation and outpatient placement, Eldin maintains a steadfast commitment to continuing education, earning numerous professional certifications and adding to his level of expertise. He has attended seminars and classes on topics ranging from myofascial release, the Mulligan concept and the Maitland-Australian method to advanced techniques covering the shoulder, elbow, hand and knee, among others. Eldin has also spent time interviewing and evaluating candidates for the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at SUNY Stony Brook.
In his free time, Eldin enjoys spending time at the gym, watching soccer, traveling and being with friends.