You have an active life, and you want to maintain it that way. The Master of Sports Rehabilitation is specifically developed for physical exercise science graduates who have a minimum of 3 years relevant sports injury prevention and management experience. The degree is also open to doctors, physiotherapists, and podiatrists with a minimum of 3 years relevant sports medicine clinical practical experience. The degree has been developed for professionals who are passionate about sports and physical exercise and want to help injured athletes back to efficiency well being and drive finest functionality.
Justin received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in 2008. His experience stretches across all phases of rehab such as inpatient, acute, and outpatient orthopedics. Justin has honed his focus on pre-operative, conservative, and post-operative rehabilitation for the active and athletic person. His interest in sports rehab stems from his time as a Division 1 soccer player. Prior to functioning for HSS and Stamford Overall health, Justin was the Clinic Supervisor at Burke Rehabilitation’s Outpatient Clinic in Yonkers, NY.
We know how vital it is for you to get back in the game. Regardless of whether you happen to be a weekend warrior or a skilled athlete, we can support. Banner Health’s orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation therapists aid you recover rapidly and safely kind your injury. All therapists are certified athletic trainers that specialize in orthopedic care and sports injuries.
Tracey received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hunter College and Bachelor of Science in Physical exercise Science from Manhattan College. She has spent the previous two and half years at Hospital for Specific Surgery’s in Manhattan. At HSS, Tracey has rotated via acute care, the Sports Rehabilitation and Efficiency Center, and most not too long ago The Orthopedic Physical Therapy Center. She is specifically passionate about sports medicine, injury prevention, return to play, and running evaluation. Tracey is certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and is a Graston Method provider. She is a former Division 1 soccer player and also enjoys running, hiking, spinning, shopping, and playing with her dog, Bronx.
Andrew received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University in 2014 and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Education from The University of Connecticut in 2010. Soon after suffering a season-ending knee injury as a higher college football player, Andrew knows what it requires to get his sufferers back to function and performing the activities they love. As an athletic trainer and physical therapist, Andrew has encounter functioning with Division 1 and experienced athletes, as properly as weekend warriors. He holds a certification in Functional Dry Needling (FDN) from KinetiCore and enjoys treating orthopedic injuries and chronic discomfort. Prior to functioning for Stamford Overall health and HSS, Andrew was the Clinic Director at a private practice outpatient facility in Stamford, CT.