MEET DR. JUSTIN LIN
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Executive Director of Rehab and Revive PT Director of Education at RRPT
Certified Functional Manual Therapist®
Founder of Neuromechanical Therapy
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Public Health Motivational Speaker
Author and Health Columnist
Clinical Faculty of SDSU
Adjunct Professor of Chapman University
World-renowned and ceaselessly dedicated, Dr. Lin opened the doors to Rehab and Revive as a facility to treat and heal patients with revolutionary methods. In 2016, these new methods were named Neuromechanical Therapy (NMT).
Dr. Lin is the highest rated Physical Therapist in Southern California on Yelp.com for the past 5 years. He was a former adjunct professor at Chapman University’s Doctorate Program for Physical Therapy located in Irvine, CA. He was also clinical faculty at San Diego State’s DPT program where he mentors PT students. Dr. Lin is also on the Board of Directors for Embrace the Curve, a non-profit Children's Scoliosis Foundation. He has contributed to Tom Ashbrook’s “On-Point” segment on NPR, as well as newspapers in syndicated columns, and his Youtube Channels have hundreds of thousands of views. In 2020, Dr. Lin was a contributor to a Forbes China article that discussed healthcare for professional athletes. The original article is in Chinese, but you can read a translated version here!
Dr. Lin has worked with professional athletes and celebrities in pioneering the growth and adoption of the NMT system, and regularly donates his time for community health outreach. The governing body of the Institute of Physical Art certified Dr. Lin as a Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT). The rigorous and intensive course-work takes over 1000 hours of extra training, education, and practice before testing. Dr. Lin is one of just over 300 certified FMT's in the world.
His holistic approach to pain management has been largely influenced by his esteemed mentors, Dr. Gary Kaplan, Director of the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine and the author of Total Recovery, and Gregg Johnson, co-founder of the Institute of Physical Art, and founder of Functional Manual Therapy. In 2015, Dr. Lin graduated from a one-year intensive mentorship program with Canada’s famed therapist, Diane Lee. Through her Integrated Systems Model (ISM), he refined his expertise in the rib cage/thorax and pelvis.
Author of one of Amazon’s Hot New Releases in September 2014, Rehab the Mind, Revive the Body: Foundations for Healing, Dr. Lin is no stranger to being published. While he was a student at Boston University, his professor Kate Burak, published a book. Writing In The Works, in 2007, 2009, 2012, and now in its 4th edition in 2015. His influential memoir has inspired many internationally and is used to help future writers find their voice. Writing in the Works is used at the University level in language schools, and the internet.