Tim earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University and his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Rhode Island. During his time spent at the University of Rhode Island, he was a member of the NCAA Division I baseball team, for which he served as team captain. Upon graduating, he was recognized by the faculty for his hard work and dedication to the profession in the clinical setting and was a recipient of the Clinical Excellence Award. While at Stony Brook he had exposure to various different settings, including outpatient orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, acute care, and adult neurological rehabilitation.
Tim’s interest in physical therapy stems from an active lifestyle and years of playing sports. His clinical interests include general orthopedics, injury prevention, post-operative rehabilitation, return to sports training, and golf swing analysis. His treatment approach focuses on improving functional deficits and elevating athletic performance through functional manual therapy and strategic therapeutic exercise to allow his patients to return to peak performance.
Tim is originally from Long Island and has embraced the vibrant culture that New York City has to offer. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys playing golf, playing tennis, surfing, traveling, exploring new restaurants, and watching the Mets.