David graduated from Stockton University with a degree in Health Sciences in 2016 and returned to Stockton University to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018. During his time at Stockton, David completed clinical rotations caring for patients with chronic pain and joint replacements, treating patients with neurological diagnoses, and worked with patients in the medical/surgical ICU. David first developed an interest in therapy when he helped his mother through rehab after surgery to repair her rotator cuff. He has also been completing rehabilitation programs for equine athletes since he was a sophomore in high school. His interest in physical therapy came about from these experiences and they have given him a unique perspective in his career as a physical therapist.
David lives and works on a horse farm in Shamong, NJ where he trains sports horses for equestrian events in his spare time. David plans on continuing his education to include certifications in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) as well as Graston technique to allow him to better serve his patients.