Dylan M. Rubinic, PT, DPT

Dylan M. Rubinic, PT, DPT

  • Specialty

    Physical Therapy

  • Location

    Eagle River

  • Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy (2018)
    Hampton University
    Hampton, Virginia


Dylan Rubinic, PT, holds a doctorate in physical therapy from Hampton University and a bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Western Carolina University.

He and his wife came up to Alaska in 2018 looking to enjoy the outdoors – and start a new adventure.

He finished his student clinical rotations at Alaska Native Medical Center and then became a staff therapist at an Anchorage physical therapy office. Over the years, Rubinic has worked with a wide variety of patients, young and old, with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. With the opening of OPA’s therapy department, he jumped at the chance – and today he’s a vital member of the OPA Eagle River physical therapy team.

Rubinic focuses on orthopedics and sports medicine, helping patient set and achieve orthopedic recovery goals – and give them the support, education and tools they need to continue their success at home.

When he’s not helping patients get the most out of life, he’s doing the same himself, enjoying hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, home renovations and chasing his toddler around.


    Orthopedics, Sports Medicine


    Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training (2015)
    Western Carolina University
    Cullowhee, North Carolina


    Licensed Physical Therapist
    Certified Athletic Trainer
    Certified CPR American Heart Association
    Level 1 Certified Trigger Point Dry Needling, Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments

    Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (May 8, 2019): Changes in Spine Height following Manual Traction.


The OPA team includes Alaska’s leading specialists and offers some of the latest, most advanced treatment procedures available today.

OPA treats a wide variety of conditions and offers comprehensive treatment options — including many non-surgical solutions, minimally invasive arthroscopies (repairs), and total joint replacement.

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