JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Presents “Soccer Injury Prevention for the High Level Athlete” for Jersey United Soccer Club

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  • February 10, 2013 8:00 pm
  • Morristown-Beard School Main Gym 70
  • Whippany Road Morristown, NJ 07960
  • RSVP: Martin Brown [email protected]


Bryant Acquaro, PT, DPT, Clinical Director, JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, Cedar Knolls

Bryant is a graduate of Seton Hall University where he earned his Bachelor of Science as well as his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Bryant is currently the Clinical Director of JAG Cedar Knolls and has experience treating athletes of all ages and skill levels. Bryant believes in taking a functional movement, whole body approach with all of his patients and utilizes therapeutic exercise, manual treatment and corrective techniques to not only treat an injury but improve overall function. Bryant is also an avid runner and triathlete and utilizes this background to help educate fellow athletes on injury prevention. Bryant also serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member at Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences as a Professor of Anatomy.

Mark McAuliffe, PT, DPT

Mark graduated from Ithaca College where he earned his Bachelors of Clinical Health Science and his Masters and Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He played four years of Division I Club ice hockey along with working as an Intramural Supervisor in their Recreational Sports Department. For many summers, Mark spent his time as a Department Director and Counselor for an overnight sports camp in the Pocono Mountains.