I have played many different types of sports and have stayed active my whole life. Currently my main sports are surfing, snowboarding, soccer and being a dad - which is a tougher sport than most!
With activity comes the inevitable injuries, which I have sustained my fair share of over the years. That being known, I understand what is required to recover and get back to what I want to do. Aside from my extensive training, you might consider this intimate knowledge that helps me help my patients get back to what they want to do.
My physical therapy background started at Boston University where I completed an accelerated Masters in Physical Therapy program. When I came out of school I did some advanced study at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. I then returned to the States and worked for Westhampton Sports Rehab, a Southampton Hospital satellite practice.
In 2001 I moved to Australia where I founded a 3 location chain of Physical Therapy practices (i.e.: Aushealth Physiotherapy) on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Over the 10 years of running the practices Aushealth Physiotherapy became the preferred providers for many top Sydney based surgeons as well as a "goto physio" for much of the local community. It was during this time that I also founded a medical patient education app for doctors and their patients that is used by small and large institutions across the United States.
In 2011 I sold Aushealth Physiotherapy and moved back to the Hamptons with my wife and 2 kids where I founded Hamptons Physical Therapy. I began working with local and NYC -based surgeons to assist their patients who were recovering in the Hamptons, thus becoming a concierge PT service. With the business growing and a need for a physical location to bring patients through post-operative exercises, I designed the Hamptons Physical Therapy Rehab Studio in Sag Harbor.
I now have the pleasure to work with Sinéad Fitzgibbon, an outstanding therapist in our community who joined the practice in 2017. She brings along a wealth of knowledge and since her arrival we have implemented more equipment to facilitate better diagnosis and treatment of our growing patient population.
34 Bay Street is a fantastic building with views over the marina to provide a soothing environment for physical therapy and we look forward to continuing to provide our community expert care after injury or surgery.