Robert received his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Albany, where he studied human biology. Following his undergraduate education, Rob received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Stony Brook University, where he studied for an additional 3 years. He has since had the opportunity to give back to the Stony Brook PT program as he also focuses his attention on education as an esteemed faculty member.
After completion of the Doctorate program he has concentrated his focus on orthopedic physical therapy. He specializes in treatment of orthopedic and post surgical conditions and has a true passion for sports related injuries. Rob also has extensive experience working with various balance and vestibular disorders including positional vertigo, Meniere's disease, post concussion syndrome and more. Rob aspires to become a Certified Functional Manual Therapist as he progresses forward with more advanced coursework through the Institute of Physical Art.
Robert is also an avid runner who has now completed three full marathons with his eyes set on many more. With this passion comes an extensive knowledge base when treating running based injuries and analyzing runner's strides.
Michael received his Bachelor of Science from the University at Albany, where he studied Human Biology. Following his undergraduate degree Mike received his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Stony Brook University. Upon graduating from Stony Brook Physical Therapy, Mike has focused his time on the outpatient physical therapy setting, and aspires to take continuing education courses with multiple schools of thought, to further his abilities to care for his patients. While at Stony Brook University Mike had the opportunity to teach to undergraduate anatomy students, and would one day be interested in stepping back into the classroom on the other side of the tests and practicals, to be apart of the education and advancement of the future of Physical Therapy. Mike is passionate about exercise and fitness, with a goal of improving his abilities to compete in a variety of different sporting events.
Nick received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Stony Brook University. During this time, Nicks had completed clinical rotations in sub-acute rehab, acute rehab, the neonatal ICU, trauma ICU, and manual outpatient orthopedics. Currently, Nick has been working to further his manual therapy skills by taking continuing education classes through the Institute of Physical Art.
Nick aspires to become certified by this institute in Functional Manual Therapy by 2021. In his spare time, Nick enjoys his time kayaking, golfing, and playing tennis.