Jim McNulty received his bachelors from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster PA. He then went on to receive his Physical Therapy degree from Temple University. He is also a certified and licensed athletic trainer. He has been a board member of the Sports, Orthopedic and Aquatic sections of American Physical Therapy Association. Continuing his education, he earned a doctorate from Arcadia University in 2013.
Jim has had an extensive career in physical therapy and sports medicine. Starting as physical therapist under Pat Croce, he gained valuable experience working with the Philadelphia 76ers and Flyers. He served as Director of Sports Medicine, and team physical therapist with the Philadelphia 76ers for over 20 seasons including the year they went to the finals in 2000-2001.
Beyond the clinical skills that Jim has utilized with patients, athletes and industrial clients, Jim has had a successful career overseeing the growth and development of physical therapy practices in numerous states in the country. Jim’s passion remains with injury prevention rehabilitation and rapid return to activity for all persons. But he remains especially dedicated to ensuring the safe participation in Youth.
Jim and his wife reside in Philadelphia suburbs but spend much of their off time at the beach in Strathmere with their family.