“At an early age I showed a proficiency in the field of science. I also enjoy interacting with people, so I wanted to pursue a career that was a combination of the two. As a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist, I have been able to help my patients get well and make a positive difference in their lives. My challenge is to make a difference in the quality of your life, too. I do it with today’s most advanced nonsurgical procedures and a true commitment to overall health.
As a student, I earned a fellowship at Moss Rehabilitation in Philadelphia, PA. It was there that I decided to pursue a career in physical medicine and rehabilitation. I enjoy looking at each patient’s individual situation and constructing a path to improve their quality of life. One of the most rewarding challenges of my career is working with a patient who can’t perform a specific function or task, but through effective treatment is able to resume an active life.
My wife and children keep me very active. I am a cyclist and play tennis. So when patients come in and they are unable to perform everyday activities, I understand how they feel. I focus on their goals, which are to decrease pain and improve performance so they can get back to their active lifestyles.”
Board Certified: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
MD: Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (FAAPMR)
Residency: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Temple University Hospital/Moss Rehabilitation Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
- Association of Academic Physiatrists
- Delaware Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- American Medical Association
- Medical Society of Delaware
- New Castle County Medical Society
- American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine