Why Choose KAH!

Here at KAH Premium Physical Therapy, you can be sure to receive  one-on-one therapy for the duration of your treatment session.  Your  Physical Therapist will work with you individually to enhance your  recovery with techniques ranging from soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and other manual therapy  techniques.  In addition, therapists will use a variety of range of motion, stretching, corrective exercise programs, balance training, postural  re-education, functional training, and pain-relieving modalities as  needed.



Our Physical Therapists utilize the most up-to-date evidence in  conjunction with their knowledge and expertise in every treatment they  provide–a practice known as Evidence-Based Practice– to ensure that you  are receiving the maximum benefit from your therapy.  Never will you be  left to “fend for yourself”  completing exercises on your own with only a  glimpse of supervision as we are believers in providing the  one-on-one  attention that you deserve.  

Meet the team

Kimberly Harris PT, DPT


Kimberly is the founder and president of KAH Premium Physical Therapy  P.C. She completed a Bachelors of Science in Health Studies at  Boston University, 2005. Kimberly received a Doctorate of  Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University in 2008. Upon graduation  from Stony Brook, Kimberly became a full time staff physical therapist  at a manually based outpatient clinic. In January 2011, Kimberly began  working with children with disabilities in the Long Island public school  districts while opening the KAH Premium Physical Therapy office.  She continues to sharpen her clinical expertise through  continuing education courses in the manual therapy and orthopedic and sports related injuries/rehabilitation. Kimberly has received her FMT certification from ROCKTAPE following completion of courses in instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, kinesiotaping, and myofascial cupping . Kimberly combines both manual therapy and movement-based techniques to optimally treat clients of different lifestyles.  She enjoys getting clients back to moving and back to activities that they love.  Kimberly has also been a  clinical instructor for interns from Stony Brook University’s Doctor of  Physical Therapy program to assist in teaching and training future  physical therapists in the field.

Christopher Bahnken PT, DPT


Christopher Bahnken PT, DPT has received his clinical  doctorate in physical therapy from the School of Health, Technology and  Management at Stony Brook University. His undergraduate degree is a  Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Rutgers University. Christopher is our  senior staff physical therapist and director of KAH, working in the  profession for 13 years and at KAH Premium Physical Therapy for 6  years.  He has also continued his professional education with a majority  of courses from The Institute of Physical Art and The Barral Institute  to progress skills and remain updated on current techniques focused on  manual-based treatment to improve movement and function. Christopher is  also a clinical instructor for interns from Stony Brook University’s  Doctor of Physical Therapy program to assist in teaching and training  future physical therapists in the field.

Thomas Sanders PT, DPT


Thomas  Sanders, PT, DPT attended the State University of New York at Cortland, where he earned a  Bachelors of Science in Health Science in 2010. Thomas received his  Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Touro College School of Health  Sciences in 2015. Thomas has  taken continuing education courses covering a variety of treatment and  assessment techniques, including instrument-assisted soft tissue  mobilization, spinal manipulation, movement assessment, and foot &  gait analysis. Thomas enjoys treating with an eclectic approach of  manual and movement-based techniques. In addition to this, Thomas  emphasizes education for all of his patients. He truly enjoys teaching  his patients about their bodies, and what they are capable of. Thomas is  also a clinical instructor for students in the Stony Brook University  Doctor of Physical Therapy program.