Adam attended Northeastern University in Boston, MA earning a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science with a Psychology minor and then a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2019. While at NU, he competed on the varsity track team in the pole vault and performed on stage in several musicals and plays. Growing up in the SF Bay Area, he was involved in soccer, rugby, baseball, basketball, and track. Adam’s experience in theater and athletics help him to better relate to and understand patients coming from these backgrounds, however, he enjoys working with the wide range of patients that come to an outpatient clinic. He believes in developing a personalized rehabilitation plan built on active listening and patient education to help patients return to the specific things they love to do. He enjoys guiding patients to be an active participant in their recovery in order to best set them up for long term health and prevention of future injury. In his free time Adam enjoys camping, hiking, playing music, cooking, and exploring all the nooks and crannies of Seattle.