Doctor of Physical Therapy
He then pursued his graduate education at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT).
Playing competitive soccer and tennis while growing up and having a love for exercise, Dr. Presser has always had a passion for movement and living an active lifestyle. Dr. Presser was accustomed to the rehabilitation process by attending to his athletic injuries over the years as well as shadowing his father, who was a physical therapist, which as a whole piqued his interest in the profession. After observing under various mentors from arthroscopic repairs to neurological disorders, Dr. Presser concluded this career path was the one for him. He seeks to understand the individual’s limitations and the root of the pain and get to know the individual as a person. One of his biggest goals is to assist and encourage individuals in achieving their goals they did not think were possible post-injury.
Dr. Presser intends on pursuing further certifications in strength and conditioning, manual therapy, dry needling, and functional range conditioning. When he is not in the clinic, Dr. Presser enjoys spending time with his friends and family, listening to music, trying new restaurants, exploring different cities, and taking his Rhodesian Ridgeback, Zulu, on long trail runs.