Doctor of Physical Therapy
Ari Globerman earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2021 at the University of St. Augustine in Miami, Florida. Prior to his graduate training, he earned his BA in Psychology at Brandeis University and worked in the IT field near Boston, MA. His enthusiasm for connecting with and helping people led him later to change fields. In 2005 he opened a manual therapy based practice in Wellington, Florida which he ran successfully for 12 years. Helping others move and feel better through bodywork led him to finding his passion in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and returning to pursue a clinical doctorate.
Ari enjoys treating a broad range of musculoskeletal injuries. His areas of clinical expertise and interest combine orthopedic manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. He has successfully treated patients from different backgrounds and age groups and has experience in both Home Health and Outpatient Physical Therapy. With an evidence-based practice focus, he is an avid learner and strives to find the best ways to efficiently and effectively help his patients. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Orthopedic Section and is currently pursuing an advanced certification in manual therapy (CMT) from the University of St. Augustine.
When not treating patients, Dr. Ari Globerman enjoys studying manual therapy and exercise science, learning other languages, playing tennis, skiing and snowboarding, practicing and teaching traditional martial arts, hiking and exploring nature in the Colorado Rockies with his wife.