Joseph earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Touro College – Manhattan. Prior to receiving his doctorate, Joseph earned his bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from Touro College and his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Montclair State University in New Jersey. While studying for his doctorate at Touro, Joseph held the positions of Vice President and Alumni Relations for the Student Physical Therapy Association. He also co-authored a research study investigating running injuries and their relationship to cross-training in marathoners and triathletes.
Joseph’s passion for physical therapy was sparked by injuries of his own after surgical reconstruction of both ACLs in his adolescence. Through his own patient experience, he discovered his love of helping others to achieve their highest quality of life. Since then, Joseph has treated a diverse population of patients throughout his time in the field. His professional experiences include post-surgical, return to sport, geriatrics, spinal cord injuries, auto-immune disorders, and acute bedside, including patients in the ER and ICU.
Joseph has a special interest in treating the ankle and the knee, especially ACL injuries. He takes an individualized and evidence-based clinical approach that combines personalized manual therapy, education, and creative exercise programs that emphasize function and patient goals.
Joseph stays active with hiking, ice hockey, running, paintball, yoga, rollerblading, and strength training. Outside of the clinic, he loves to travel, try new restaurants, play guitar, and attend concerts.