Anthony graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Program which is recognized as one of the top Physical Therapy programs in the nation. Here, he learned directly from world-class researchers in ACL, Achilles, tendinopathy, and spine related rehab. Prior to earning his doctorate, he graduated magna cum laude from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. He also earned his Master of Science in Anatomy and Clinical Health Sciences while attending Physical Therapy school. While earning his doctorate, he served on his class executive board as a fundraising co-chair, helping raise funds for the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research- Marquette Challenge, which provides researchers with grants and funds to continue to advance the field of Physical Therapy. Anthony enjoys treating patients of all ages, and creates a fun and energetic atmosphere in the clinic. He has experience treating a wide variety of orthopedic, neurological, and pediatric diagnoses, including concussions, idiopathic toe-walkers, Parkinson’s, and ALS. His passion lies with treating adolescent athletes, as well as the cervical and lumbar spine. He also maintains his love for sports by being involved as a baseball coach during his free time. He loves staying active with participation in recreational sports, relaxing on the beach, and watching baseball.
Physical Therapy in Wyckoff, NJ
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Wyckoff: Bergen County’s Provider for TMJ Treatment, Sports Medicine, and More
Conveniently located near the corner of Goffle Rd and Wyckoff Ave, JAG-ONE PT Wyckoff is a physical therapy clinic committed to providing empathetic and customized care to all our patients.
The entire therapy staff at JAG-ONE PT Wyckoff will work closely with you and listen to your health priorities to develop the right treatment plan for you.
While we offer a vast variety of specialty PT treatments, here are some of our favorites:
If you’re feeling out of balance, literally, a condition in your vestibular system may be to blame. Located in the inner ear, if this bodily system isn’t working properly, it can cause nausea, headaches, vertigo, and more. Our vestibular therapy program uses exercise and rebalancing to help your vestibular system heal.
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, connects the jaw to the skull. This joint’s proper functioning is vital to our daily lives – TMJ conditions can cause stiffness, severe pain, and difficulty talking or eating. At JAG-ONE PT Wyckoff, our compassionate PTs are ready to help you overcome musculoskeletal pain and weakness in your jaw. Learn more about physical therapy for TMJ disorders.
Many top athletes in all sports swear by cupping for pain relief during training. Our highly skilled physical therapists apply cupping treatments in a controlled and safe environment to help you increase blood flow and reduce inflammation in affected areas. Learn more about our sports medicine.