As a former athlete and physical therapy patient himself, Mark has a passion for working with athletes and helping them return to their sport and achieve their goals. Mark received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with a Nutrition Studies concentration, as well as his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Scranton. He believes in an individualized approach and cura personalis, or “caring for the whole person,” to help meet patients’ goals and needs. He was a member of the indoor/outdoor track & field teams in college and continues to enjoy running, lifting weights, and coaching track at the high school level. Mark co-authored and presented a slideshow on balance interventions for older adults at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in 2022.