In addition to our athletic training programs we also offer physical therapy, sports message and chiropractic. We have partnered with some of the very best doctors and therapists in Buffalo to help keep you injury free or just to help you recover and restore balance after training sessions.
Terry Rose received a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Daemen College in 2007, a BS in Physical Therapy from Daemen College in 1988 and an MS from SUNY Buffalo in 1999. Dr. Rose is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT), and certified by the McKenzie Institute as a specialist for Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Of The Spine, by the Titleist Performance Institute as a specialist for performance enhancement of the rotatory athlete, and the Functional Movement System and SFMA as a specialist for movement and performance training.
Dr. Terry Rose is Faculty for the Daemen College and the State University of New York at Buffalo Physical Therapy Programs. He is Fellowship Faculty and Mentor for the McKenzie Institute and the Daemen College Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy post-graduate programs. Terry has been awarded the University of Buffalo Physical Therapy Clinical Educator of the Year and the Daemen College Physical Therapy Community Leadership and awards.
Prior to opening Rose Physical Therapy, Terry served as the Director of Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, Brain and Spine Center, Respiratory Therapy, Heart Center, Cardiology and Cardiac Rehab Services for Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Finding it increasingly difficult to care for patients in this role, Terry opened Rose Physical Therapy in 2010.
Dr. Minocchi earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from NY Chiropractic College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Nutrition from the University at Buffalo. Dr. Minocchi specializes in treatment of soft tissue and joint injuries, including many common sports and training related injuries.
Currently on staff at the University at Buffalo athletics department.
Dr. Minocchi utilizes Kineseo(R) taping techniques, as well as Graston(R) an instrument used to assist soft tissue manipulation.
Dan also played NCAA DI Football at the University at Buffalo, while also competing in the shot put for the track team.