Michael earned his bachelors degree in Rehabilitation and Human Services from The Pennsylvania State University and received his doctorate in Physical Therapy from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. While he was still in PT School, Michael helped develop a Pro Bono Physical Therapy Clinic that operated within his schools’ program. His clinical experience primarily focused on the outpatient orthopedic population: Low back pain, neck pain, shoulder/shoulder/knee injuries, and post-operative joint replacement. He also has experience working with individuals with neurological conditions, particularly concussions. Getting people active and exercising is always a goal he urges his patients to pursue.
Outside of the clinic, he enjoys reading, running, weightlifting, and hiking.