Adam received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York University and his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles. During his time at NYU, he completed multiple rotations in the outpatient orthopedic setting and has worked with patients of all ages and backgrounds, as well as with a wide variety of orthopedic, cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions. Adam has also trained under Neurologic Certified Specialists while working with a wide variety of neurologic conditions with the focus of balance, gait, safety, and functional mobility. His professional interests include outpatient orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, and balance training.
Growing up, Adam was active in many sports including fencing, wrestling, handball, volleyball, and basketball. He often wondered how he could improve his athletic performance and rehabilitate his pain after training and competition. This led to a natural appreciation of the human body and its various movement systems. Following his undergraduate program, Adam decided to pursue Physical Therapy as it combined his passions for rehabilitation of the human body and service to the community.
Outside of the clinic, Adam continues to enjoy playing sports, traveling, finding places to eat, and spending time with family and friends.