Eric received his Bachelor’s Degree in 2008 from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington with a concentration in Exercise Science. He then attended the Richard Stockton College of NJ where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2011.
Eric completed his clinical affiliations in a variety of settings focusing on neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation at Ocean Medical Center and Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital, as well as outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. Since graduating from physical therapy school Eric has taken multiple continuing education courses to stay current with surgical procedures, protocols and hands on manual techniques. Eric enjoys working with post-surgical patients, sports-related and other musculoskeletal injuries, and neurological diagnoses including Parkinson’s Disease. Eric is LSVT: Big Certified, an unique treatment approach for patients’ with Parkinson’s focusing on big, large amplitude movements to promote independence. While at Stockton, his research focused on ACL injury prevention programs for female high school athletes. Eric’s treatment approach values evidence based research and using hands on techniques to relieve pain, restore mobility, and achieve patient oriented rehabilitation goals.
A sample of Eric’s continuing education courses include:
- LSVT Big: Lee Silverman Voice Training: Big Certified
- Great Lakes: Treatment of Common Extremity Dysfunction through mobilization
- Great Lakes: Functional Strength: an updated approach to exercising our patients
- Evidence-Based Assessment and Treatment of Shoulder Disorders
- ACL: Early Rehab following ACL reconstruction
- The Lumbosacral Complex
- Contemporary Orthopedic Care: The OR through Rehabilitation