MSPT, CSCS, USATF Level 1
The Physical Therapy game has changed since I first became licensed in 1997. It’s no longer just about decreasing your pain. It’s about increasing your performance.
Whether it’s work, sports or play, you want and need to perform better. You want the “fix”!
Here’s how I help you get “fixed” and reach your milestones:
- My evaluations are head to toe, regardless of your pain or injury.
- Most of your sessions will involve lots of bodywork and movement correction.
- Your sessions will run approximately 60 minutes and are strictly 1-on-1.
- I offer “partner training” session. Ask our front desk about this great offer!
- I offer maintenance programs for those who want monthly bodywork, movement screens or tune-ups and tweaks to their training programs.
- Although I train many athletes and dancers with knee, shoulders and lower back dysfunctions, I love working with all folks that move for a living and live to move.
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Frank Vitulli, D.P.T
Frank Vitulli is a licensed Physical Therapist who works with our musculoskeletal pain and movement dysfunction clients.
His treatment approach is based on the principles of hands-on manual therapy. Frank has a special interest in both orthopedics and pediatrics, consistently building his skills with continuing education classes.
Frank Vitulli became a Physical Therapist after his interest was piqued during his work as a Physical Therapy aide in 2004. This experience led him to pursue his Doctorate in Physical Therapy after graduating from Fairfield University with his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.
Frank completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at New York Institute of Technology in 2010. He has worked in multiple outpatient facilities, home care, hospital and school based settings.
Frank was a student athlete while at Fairfield University, captain of the men’s swim team for 2 years and held multiple records. After college and throughout graduate school,he continued to maintain an active lifestyle competing in Spartan and Tough Mudder events, participating in St. Vincent’s Medical Center SWIM Across the Sound charity event and played rugby.
“Sitting behind a desk wasn’t for me. I am very fortunate to enjoy a rewarding career as a physical therapist, that allows me to play a part in improving people’s quality of life,” said Frank.
Heal. Move. Evolve.