Ernie received his Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations from the University
of Pittsburgh in Bradford, Pennsylvania in 1984. Following his path of
service, Ernie found physical therapy to be the link between his passion
for understanding the psychological and physical relationships of pain.
He went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Thomas
Jefferson University in Philadelphia in 1987. Over the years, Ernie has
accumulated over 800 hours of continuing education in his field of expertise.
Ernie treats all types of painful conditions and his known for his scientifically
based “out of the box” approach to treating problems that
are not responding to conventional methods of treatment. Over the last
20 years, Ernie has been involved in a self-immersion of learning the
vast and complicated intertwining of the mind and body as it relates to
nervous system disorders and he has a keen understanding of the etiology
and subsequent treatment for these atypical problems. He has a passion
for treating patients who have experienced any form of trauma that has
led to a combination of anxiety, depression and PTSD. In his spare time,
Ernie enjoys playing golf and softball, fishing, running, playing guitar
and spending time with his wife and two sons.