I graduated from Seton Hall University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. I have had clinical experiences in sub-acute care and outpatient/sports orthopedics, where I have encountered patients encompassing a multitude of physical and neurological presentations and limitations. Through these experiences, I strive to combine manual therapy with an individual exercise program to tailor to the specific functional needs and goals of the patient.
Benefits of Physical Therapy
Physical therapy provides a highly personalized and effective treatment strategy to treat an individual’s functional limitations, ranging from household or community activities to return to work and sport. Physical Therapy encompasses a multitude of practice settings and techniques; including manual therapy (hands-on, active and passive intervention), sports medicine, orthopedic rehabilitation to relieve pain, improve strength and restore motion and mobility, and neuromuscular rehabilitation to improve balance, coordination, and vertigo symptoms.
We strive to pair a one-on-one approach coupled with patient education and the latest medically proven therapy techniques when constructing our plan of care.
Physical Therapy Administrative Assistant
degree in Exercise Science, my intention is to go to physical therapy school upon graduation. On
the weekends I coach youth sports as well. I look forward to utilizing what I have been learning
on the job in order to provide the best care possible to the patients. I am also a ten-year veteran
of the United States Marine Corps, and an avid martial artist.