Mike is a graduate of Widener University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania. Mike was born and raised in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia and moved to Utah to finish his degree through clinical affiliations in the Park City and Salt Lake City area.  His special interests include performance training, sports injury, and biomechanical movement analysis.   Mike has experience working with a diverse variety of patients, including recreational to Olympic level athletes.  His treatment approach is multifaceted with an emphasis on manual therapy, corrective exercises, and utilization of functional movement patterns to allow for improvements in the clinic that carry over into an individual’s daily activities.  Mike believes that “physical therapy can help to enhance a patient’s ability to move and perform by identifying and addressing the underlying factors of biomechanical dysfunction and correcting muscular imbalances.”  In his free time, Mike enjoys snowboarding, hiking, climbing, weight lifting, and trail running.