Elvin earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rutgers University School of Health Professions in Blackwood, NJ and his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science & Sport Studies from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. He has presented his research on Multiple Sclerosis at the 2020 Combined Sections Meeting, and his work with a Camden Pro Bono clinic at The Eastern Pro Bono Network Conference.
Through his training, Elvin has had exposure to various settings, including outpatient orthopedics, outpatient neurology, acute care, and adult inpatient rehabilitation. These varying clinical experiences have helped him grow and expand his skill set to provide the best overall care to his patients. Elvin was also a co-founder of physical therapy services at the Cooper Rowan Clinic, where he helped provide pro bono physical therapy services to the underserved community of Camden, NJ.
Outside of the clinic, Elvin enjoys playing all types of sports, as well as traveling to new places and trying new, exotic foods. He enjoys photography, and recently started to learn how to play the guitar.