Dustin Baldwin received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Drexel University after earning his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Hofstra University. His clinical experience includes orthopedics, rehabilitation of D1 athletes, and pediatric rehabilitation.
Dustin’s long-time interest in health and fitness naturally evolved into a desire to become a physical therapist. He has worked as a personal trainer since 2016 when he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), allowing him to facilitate his patients’ return to peak performance. He is also currently involved in a research project to assess the reliability of different running analysis measurements.
He particularly enjoys working with pediatric patients, having worked as camp counselor throughout university and volunteered with programs for children with disabilities, including “Back in the Game” and “Give Kids the World.”
Dustin’s personal interests include playing baseball, going to the gym, playing golf, taking road trips, hiking, playing basketball, attending concerts, and participating in obstacle course races.