Nick earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science from LIU Brooklyn, graduating with honors. At LIU, he was a member of the Division I varsity baseball team for four years as a pitcher. Following his collegiate playing career, Nick received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Duke University in Durham, NC. At Duke, he served as a research assistant in the Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performance Laboratory completing research involving soccer, football, volleyball, and baseball athletes.
Nick received extensive training in manual therapy and sports rehabilitation and performance during his studies at Duke. Following his didactic coursework, he completed clinical rotations in New Orleans, LA, Pittsburgh, PA, and lastly Boston, MA. In Boston, Nick interned at Champion PT & Performance where he worked with many collegiate and professional baseball players dealing with various shoulder and elbow injuries. He enjoys using his sport and exercise background with evidence-based research to allow patients to return to their optimal levels.
Born and raised in Southern New Jersey, Nick enjoys spending time with his family and friends on NJ beaches. He loves pursuing challenging activities that play into his competitive makeup. He’s excited to be back in NYC and explore more of all the great opportunities it has to offer!