Coronavirus (Covid-19) Notice: We Are Open! Find out more about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our commitment to patient safety. For our current Medicare and BCBS patients, we are able to provide “E-Visits” at LeMoine Physical Therapy. This mean delivery of physical therapy through use of interactive audit and video (such as video chatting, FaceTime, skype, etc.) used for assessment and management purposes after a patient has been seen for regular treatment. Please call us at 410-918-0080 or 443-415-3055. Any voicemail you leave will be returned promptly. You can also email us at lemoinephysicaltherapy@yahoo.com. Dr. Greg, David, Christian and Nga would like to wish our patients, colleagues, friends and community members health, safety and peace during these challenging times.
Physical Therapy Baltimore, MD
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Rossville Professional Center
1232 Race Road, Ste. 203
Baltimore, MD 21237
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lemoinephysicaltherapy@yahoo.com
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(410) 918-0080
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday: 8AM - 8PM
Saturday - By appointment
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Christian Bialek

Physical Therapy Tech

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Christian chose a physical therapy career path to help others. He enjoys the daily opportunities he has to assist people in improving their lives.

Christian graduated from Towson University with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science in May, 2019 and was recently accepted into BCCC's PTA program to continue his education and become a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. As well as being CPR certified. He has treated patients in an outpatient setting for over two years. He enjoys making a difference in people’s lives and aiding in the process of healing. 

Some of Christian’s favorite things to do in his free time are working out at the gym, drawing, reading and playing video games. Christian is also very interested in reptiles and currently owns a Crested Gecko and Anole. He enjoys taking care of them and providing the best care he can for them. He delights in serving at his church and teaching kids during Sunday school.  After Christian becomes licensed as a PTA, he plans on utilizing his new skills to help improve people’s lives even more than he is now.