Thomas Trezza holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Salve Regina College, where he was also the captain of the men’s basketball team. He continued his education at Long Island University, where he earned a Master’s of Physical Therapy. Thomas decided to pursue his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Temple University, completed in 2004. During his schooling, Thomas completed training at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Thomas gained extensive clinical experience as the owner of Physical Therapy Services of Morristown, LLC, where he established a practice built around individualized patient care. After twenty-five years of private practice, Thomas joined JAG-ONE PT where he serves as the clinical director at the Morristown, NJ office. Thomas has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1987, as well as their Private Practice, Orthopedic and Sports Medicine sections. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Additionally, he joined the Hospital for Special Surgery Rehabilitation Network in 2002. Thomas plays an active role in his community, where he served as a volunteer youth basketball and soccer coach. He is also the founder of a non-profit group, Drive For Autism Foundation, which has raised over $800,000 to support organizations that provide education to the individuals on the autism spectrum.