Keith earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Daemen College and his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Stony Brook University. While at Stony Brook University, Keith interned with several different sports teams and was president of the boxing club. During his time at Daemen College, Keith conducted research on amplitude training for people with Parkinson’s Disease and was a teaching assistant for orthopedic evaluation and rehabilitation courses.
Keith’s passion for physical therapy started from being involved in sports at a young age. Keith has worked as an Athletic Trainer in several different high schools and colleges during his career. He was previously the Head Athletic Trainer for the Western New York Flash of the National Women’s Soccer League in which he worked with professional athletes from all over the world. Keith has worked with return to play/work testing for athletes and active adults and has presented about the importance of Physical Therapy for the senior population. He also has taught boxing classes for patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Keith loves helping patients achieve their goals and return to the activities that they love.
In his free time, Keith enjoys being active outside, exercising, biking, and playing sports. He also enjoys hiking, cooking, attending sporting events, walks with his dog, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends.