Chris grew up in Cherry Hill and has spent his career serving the community he lives in. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in 2009 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Rutgers in 2006 with a BA in General Science. Chris is a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists after graduating from Regis University in 2016. He is the Director of Specialty Programs, Industrial Rehab Medicine, and Education in addition to the Clinical Director of Marlton. Chris is an adjunct professor and clinical faculty for Drexel University, Arcadia University, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University, and Evidence In Motion Orthopedic Residency and Doctorate Programs. Chris has served on the American Physical Therapy Association of NJ Board of Directors and has presented research at national conferences and journals. He is an Orthopedic Board-Certified Clinical Specialist and certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Graston Techniques and trained in Trigger-Point Dry Needling. Chris is passionate about providing the highest quality conservative orthopedic care to maximize performance using a evidence-based, patient-centered approach.