Ari received his Master’s in Physical Therapy graduating in 1998 Magna Cum Laude from Chapman University in California with focus in orthopedics and geriatrics. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in 1995 in Physical Education with a Sports medicine concentration from Radford University in Virginia. He was a scholarship recipient for the NCAA Division1 Men’s Gymnastics Team at Radford University 1991-1995.
He has specialized training to address neck and back pain, sport injuries, vertigo, imbalance, joint and muscle pain, SI joint pain, strains/sprains, as well as other strength deficits. Ari has undergone extensive training in functional and post-surgical rehabilitation. He is certified as a Kinesiotape practitioner. He is certified to treat persons with Osteoporosis utilizing the Meeks Method. He is also trained in dry needling, tool assisted manual therapy, and cupping as additional therapy options to help with the healing process.
Ari enjoys outdoor activities including mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, and camping along with practicing music with his two boys.