Terence received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physical Education from the CUNY Queens College and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University. Prior to attending Columbia University, he gained experience coaching women’s volleyball at the NCAA Division 2 level at both CUNY Queens College and Long Island University.
Throughout his coursework at Columbia University, Terence participated in research practicum under a faculty advisor studying the use of an Inertial Motion Capture System to assess kinematics in adolescent baseball pitchers and presented the findings at this year’s APTA Combined Sections Meeting in New Orleans.
Terence has a passion for athletics and sports rehabilitation. During Terence’s clinical education he had the opportunity to work with professional baseball athletes while on internship with the Cleveland Indians Spring Training Development Complex. He applied his expertise on the field and in the training room with minor league and major league players in order to facilitate their return to sport.
He spends his time outside of work weightlifting, playing softball, and coaching and playing volleyball, in which he competes regionally and nationally.