Dr. Bryant Acquaro grew up on Long Island before attending Seton Hall University where he earned his Bachelor of Science as well as his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010. Since then Dr. Bryant has specialized in treatment of orthopedic and athletic injuries in a wide variety of patients from professional athletes to elderly adults.
Dr. Bryant believes in the use of a comprehensive, “whole body” approach to physical therapy in which he evaluates not only the site of pain but all possible areas which may lead to it. Dr. Bryant believes that each person and injury is different and therefore uses a combination of individualized functional movements, corrective exercise, modalities and manual therapy to address each patient’s deficits and help them to reach their full potential. Dr. Bryant is level one SFMA certified and utilizes the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) as well as a variety of other treatment and manual techniques throughout his treatment and believes that we not only need to stop pain, but also provide patients with the tools to live without pain after physical therapy as well.
When he is not working Dr. Bryant is an avid triathlete and runner and also enjoys the beach, surfing and watching sports. Dr. Bryant also serves as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University’s School of Health and Medical Sciences where he is the instructor for Graduate level human functional anatomy.