Eric Keene graduated from Long Island University Brooklyn Campus in 2014 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy where he received the Clinical Excellence Award. Since graduation, Eric specialized in Manual Therapy and Therapeutic Exercise treating Orthopedic and Sports patients in the outpatient setting. He completed Residency and Certification through the Institute of Physical Art at Elite Health Services in Old Greenwich, CT where he graduated with honors. Following residency, Eric stayed on as a Residency Director mentoring residents and treating patients for 4 additional years while adding to his skill-set knowledge through the Postural Restoration Institute, Spinal Manipulation Institute, the Gray Institute, Mobility WOD, and Board Certification in Orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association. Eric truly loves being able to help people who struggle with nagging aches and pains, have difficulty completing daily tasks, have had an injury or surgery, or who are hoping to avoid surgery altogether. Eric was a competitive athlete having played ACHA D1 Ice Hockey at West Chester University of Pennsylvania as well as competed on the 2009-2010 USA Men’s Roller Hockey team. Eric is originally from outside of Philadelphia and you can find him exploring Rochester with his wife Kristie, playing with their son Joseph, staying active exercising, or playing Hockey.

“There’s nothing better than making a positive impact in a person’s life. Getting to know each individual is so rewarding and plays a key role in the rehabilitation process. I’m so happy that I get to help people every day to get back to doing the things they love.”