- Sports Performance
- Fall Prevention
- Workplace Ergonomics
As a Physical Therapist, Guiseppi has a passion for helping others achieve their goals while providing a comfortable and friendly environment for his patients to thrive in.
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Guiseppi has worked in every setting that physical therapy offers: busy outpatient clinics, skilled nursing facilities, Telehealth and home health. He has also managed rehabilitation clinics and staff. Throughout all of these experiences, he believes that every patient is unique and deserving of 1 on 1 attention with their therapist. Guiseppi’s goal for his patients are to leave their sessions feeling better physically and emotionally, and to leave with knowledge that they can utilize in order to better understand their own body.
Guiseppi received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Winston-Salem State University and has been privileged to work with a diverse range of populations from college athletes to older adults with debilitating conditions. He has also served as a Director of a multi-faceted rehabilitation clinic.
- 2018: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, NC
- 2015: Bachelors of Kinesiology conc. Sports Medicine, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
As a former athlete, Guiseppi came out of his graduate studies eager to treat an athletic population. He has experience in rehabilitating and improving the performance of high school, collegiate, and professional athletes. In addition to being a physical therapist for athletes, he is also passionate about ergonomics and injury prevention to help those with demanding jobs and hobbies return to work and play sooner, along with reducing the risk of injury in the future.
Guiseppi is a former baseball player turned avid golfer. While still in college, he was in a band that signed to a record label and was poised to tour the country. Even though he is still a musician, he ultimately came to the conclusion that living life out of a van and eating gas station food for 10 months at a time didn’t sound particularly appealing.