Professional Physical Therapy Becomes Official Physical Therapy Provider of St. John’s Red Storm Athletics

Through this new partnership with Professional Physical Therapy, we are confident our student-athletes will receive industry-leading care that complements the tremendous support services already being provided by our sports medicine and strength and conditioning staffs.

The St. John’s Athletic Department and Professional Physical Therapy are proud to announce their new partnership, recognizing Professional as the Official Physical Therapy provider of the Red Storm. Through this partnership, Professional Physical Therapy will be providing a wide range of services to support St. John’s Athletic Training and Sport Medicine programs.

Professional Physical Therapy is a leading provider of physical and hand therapy and rehabilitation services throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Earlier this year, St. John’s announced its partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, as the Official Hospital and Doctors of St. John’s Athletics. Together, Professional and NewYork-Presbyterian Queens will be providing world-class care to the student-athletes, as well as to the Queens community, where Professional’s flagship facility still stands since 1998. Professional is also a patron sponsor at the upcoming NewYork-Presbyterian Queens gala benefiting orthopedics and honoring Chris Mullin, two-time Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, and head coach of the St. John’s men’s basketball program.

“Professional Physical Therapy is excited to partner with St. John’s University Athletics and continue to be the leader in physical therapy, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and athletic training services,” said Tim Mauro, Partner and Vice President of Clinical Operations at Professional. “We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of clinical expertise and exceptional patient experience, and we are looking forward to expanding our services to the St. John’s athletic community.”

In addition to supporting the athletic training needs of St. John’s 300-plus student-athletes, the new partnership will also allow Professional Physical Therapy to provide St. John’s with educational opportunities such as…

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