Kevin is a native of Delaware, where he received his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Biomechanics. He went on to receive a Masters in Anatomy and Clinical Health Sciences and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016 from the University of Delaware, a top nationally ranked program with a strong emphasis in research based medicine and manual techniques.
Before entering his DPT program, Kevin worked as a research assistant in various research labs involving gait rehab for stroke survivors, adaptive exercises for Parkinson’s patients, and developing stimulation systems for gait training for children with cerebral palsy. His background in research has formed his foundation in evidence based medicine, where he strives to deliver the most up-to-date treatment methods for his patients. Kevin has gained interest in working with patients with balance impairments, vestibular patients, and general musculoskeletal injuries in younger and older adults.