Dhinu graduated from The George Washington University with his DPT in 2010. While in school he completed a clinical internship with Eric and Jim Beazell, and went on to complete the Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Course Series in 2012. He became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2013. Afterwards, Dhinu pursued a full time year long orthopedic manual therapy fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and achieved full fellowship status with AAOMPT in 2014.
Dhinu is an Assistant Professor with The George Washington University Program in Physical Therapy. He teaches the orthopedic and movement science coursework and a manual therapy elective. He received the program’s Outstanding Faculty award in 2017. He maintains limited clinical practice in orthopedics.
Dhinu is actively engaged in research, primarily related to manual therapy and the management of tendinopathy. He has published a number of peer-reviewed articles and serves as a reviewer for a number of orthopedic and manual therapy journals as well. He is a member of the APTA’s orthopedic and education sections.