Thomas Olesko received his undergraduate and doctoral degree in PT at Ithaca college there he performed extensive research on ACL injured athletes. In addition, he minored in business, psychology with a concentration in neuroscience. After school, Thomas wanted to immediately continue his clinical and educational experiences by completing an orthopedic residency at the university of Rochester. More specifically, specializing in mobilization and manipulation techniques of the spine and extremities. He also had the opportunity to work at Nazareth college as a teaching assistant and clinical instructor for their on-campus PT clinic. Thomas has a passion for concussion rehab, research and enjoys using manual therapy to rehabilitate acute and chronic spine pain. In his free time, Thomas enjoys spending time with friends and family as well as traveling the world. Thomas is committed to achieving your short term and long term goals and get you back to your functional independence. Thomas is board certified as an orthopedic clinical specialist and is currently participating in a manual orthopedic fellowship at the University of St. Augustine.