I have over fifteen years of experience in orthopedic rehabilitation practicing as a Physical Therapy Assistant, and also as an Acupuncturist. Over that time, I have treated a wide range of ages from 4 years old to clients in their 90’s.
My areas of expertise are sports, injury prevention, post–surgical, & return to sport. I believe every client should be treated as a whole person, despite just complaining about a “sore knee” or “tight back”. My objectives include treating the origin of the dysfunction, improving the quality of life, and teaching strategies to get back to the life you deserve.
I am also an Adjunct Professor in the Gross Anatomy & Palpation Lab for Seton Hall University in both the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Programs.
My experience & education in both Western and Eastern Medicine give me a unique perspective and understanding of how to provide holistic, conservative, and patient-centered care. When not in the clinic, I spend my time with my wife and son. We love taking road trips and trying out new dishes.