DPT, OCS, CSCS
Matt has been practicing physical therapy since 1996. He holds an undergraduate degree from Villanova University. He is a graduate of the UMDNJ/Kean Physical Therapy Program and received his Doctorate of Physical therapy at the University of St. Augustine in 2012. He spent 6 years working at the Kessler Institute and gained experience working with a wide variety of patient diagnoses, including the orthopedic, spinal cord, stroke, amputee, and multi-trauma. Additionally, Matt holds the Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists and achieved his Vestibular Therapy Certification. He also holds the CSCS certification. During his free time, Matt likes to trail run, play golf and spend time with his wife and two kids!
Physical Therapy in West Long Branch, NJ
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy West Long Branch: Compassionate Physical Therapy Specialists
Situated right on NJ-36, JAG-ONE PT West Long Branch serves Monmouth County with skilled and empathetic physical therapy care. Our specialties include vestibular therapy, pelvic floor therapy, sports medicine, treatment for TMJ conditions, cancer rehabilitation, and more. JAG-ONE PT West Long Branch's staff will work with you to determine the best course of action for your physical therapy treatment.
Our highly-skilled staff has a diverse array of qualifications that allow them to offer many therapeutic modalities to fit any patient's needs.
We have therapies that are appropriate for all types of patients and conditions, but our top specialties include the following:
Pelvic Floor Therapy
Pelvic floor injury and dysfunction can lead to a whole host of systemic problems. Our physical therapists treat both low-tone and high-tone disorders of the pelvic floor with sensitivity and empathy, employing guided exercises, biofeedback, and more. Learn more about women’s health services at JAG-ONE PT.
Our cancer rehabilitation services aim to treat the side-effects of cancer medications and procedures with the utmost care. We use therapeutic exercise and tissue manipulation, among other modalities, and work with our patients with their quality of life always in mind.
JAG-ONE PT West Long Branch uses manual lymphatic drainage, exercise, and other physical training to help you relieve the effects of lymphedema. Learn more about manual therapy for lymphedema.
Conditioning and Strengthening
Working hand-in-hand with our sports medicine specialty, our conditioning and strengthening program draws on the expertise of our trainers, including our clinical director, a certified strength and conditioning specialist. Learn more about athletic training services.