Growing up in Buffalo New York, I was always interested in a career in the medical field. I had personal exposure to the profession of Physical Therapy following an injury I suffered while competing in Freestyle Mogul Skiing. After achieving full recovery from my injury, I realized the amazing benefit Physical Therapy can have in people’s lives.
I graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Following graduation, I worked in Seattle, WA providing physical therapy services for 2 years at numerous outpatient orthopedic clinics, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.
Following Seattle, I had an opportunity to live and work in Alaska, which initially brought me to a sports medicine orthopedic clinic in Fairbanks. I then migrated to the Anchorage area, managing multiple Physical Therapy clinics for a national provider as well as providing outpatient orthopedic Physical Therapy. In 2004 I became an owner and staff physical therapist for a multi-center outpatient orthopedic manual therapy clinic.
During these years I have continued to advance my education and clinical skills by enrolling and completing doctorate-level Residency and Fellowship training specializing in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy and became a recognized Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. I am also a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Twenty years later, I am proud to still call Alaska my home.
I believe in providing unexpected value to each client that I work with as well as making my community a better place.
My wife and I enjoy raising our 2 boys in this amazing state! You may find us outside enjoying all the running, biking, hiking, rafting, fishing, skiing and numerous other outdoor recreational opportunities that Alaska provides.
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Ideal Motion Physical Therapy
12551 Old Glenn Highway,Suite E
Eagle River, AK 99577
Did you know?
Exercise—most any type of exercise—can reduce your risk of recurring low-back pain by between 25 to 40 percent.