Dr. Eric Abramowitz, DPT, FDNS

skilled therapist

Eric initially became interested in Physical Therapy through his own love for athletics and personal experiences confirming the value of high-quality care. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from #1 ranked Physical Therapy school in the nation, the University of Delaware, in 2012.

His passion for excellence and outcome-driven results shows in his advanced specialty certifications, some of which include Dry Needling, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Functional Movement Systems (FMS), Titleist Performance Institute (Medical Level 2), Mulligan Mobilizations, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) techniques.

In addition to his diverse training and resume, Eric’s appreciation for growth and excellence in physical therapy can be seen through his role as a teacher. Currently, he teaches Electrotherapeutics for Widener Physical Therapy’s doctoral program. His teaching skills are also helpful clinically, as he finds patients show improved results when they fully understand the mechanisms behind their particular injury and the road to recovery.

Eric has enjoyed working with high-level athletes from organizations such as NFL, NBA, USFH, LPGA, UFC, and MMA professionals, and collegiate athletes of all levels, however, he loves working with all populations and types of patients. He treats all patients with the same level of urgency and attention, recognizing that everyone is an “athlete” in their own way, “competing” with their own, very individualized goals in mind.

When Eric isn’t treating patients, you can find him spending time with his wife and two amazing daughters, on the golf course, the jiu-jitsu mat, skiing, or pretty much anything active.