Paul completed his undergraduate education from the University of Rochester with a degree in Political Science in 1993. After working at the National Sports Center for the Disabled in Winter Park, CO teaching people with disabilities how to ski, Paul decided to pursue a career in Physical Therapy and completed his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital – Institute of Health Professions in 1999. Since then, Paul has worked in a variety of PT clinics including pediatric burn care, general inpatient and outpatient PT clinics, as well as sports focused PT practices. In addition to his clinical experience, Paul has worked in the business and development of a hospital based sports medicine program, designing sports performance programs, providing sports related injury prevention lectures and developing an athletic trainer service line for community based sports.
Paul is certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and is
a Functional Movement Screen – Level I Clinician. Paul is currently
pursuing his certification in the McKenzie Method of mechanical
diagnosis and therapy for the spine and extremities. Paul moved to South
Jersey from Boston, MA with his wife and 3 children. Paul enjoys skiing
with his family, running and cycling. He has completed 7 marathons and
enjoys helping other runners achieve their goals.
Arielle completed her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Towson University in 2015. During her time she coached soccer for young children. After graduation she continued her education to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2018. Outside the clinic, Arielle teaches group exercise classes. She is able to bring her enthusiasm for wellness and knowledge in exercise science to her career as a physical therapist. Arielle’s clinical interests include orthopedic injuries in which she wants to specialize in sports medicine and injury prevention for hip and knee injuries. During her free time Arielle enjoys hiking, traveling, exercising, and spending time with her friends, family, and dog.
Sarah is a graduate of Stony Brook University’s Physical
Therapy Doctoral Program class of 2018. She received her Bachelor of Science in
Biology from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in 2014, during which she
was a 4 year collegiate soccer player. Throughout her schooling and in her
professional career, Sarah has grown to love treating all ages and populations
especially pediatrics because of the creativity and imagination it requires.
She also has a passion for treating sport-related injuries, orthopedic
conditions (especially spine) and neurological conditions. Over the past two
years, Sarah has advanced her learning and undergone further continuing
education in vestibular/concussion rehabilitation. Her future goals include
continuing to advance this specialty as well as achieve her orthopedic and
pediatric certifications. First and foremost, Sarah is dedicated to
administering personal, hands on and unique care for each individual to be as
successful as possible in their treatment. Outside of the clinic, Sarah enjoys
traveling, singing, outdoor/sporting activities and hanging with