Introduction: Wildlife conservation is an important and complex issue that involves balancing the needs of human populations with the welfare of animals and their habitats.
Dr. Robert Stravinsky received his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2015. Over that time, he found he had a passion for helping people improve their health and wellness, so he decided the next step was for him to attend graduate school. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Boston University in 2019, which was the set up for his career in healthcare.
Further, he had the privilege of presenting his academic practicum research at the APTA annual conference while attending Boston University.
Robert recently was employed at Professional Physical Therapy in Waltham, Massachusetts as a physical therapist. Dr. Stravinsky’s focus is treating outpatient orthopedics, and he began his career as a clinician in Waltham, Massachusetts. In addition, the year-long fellowship that he completed while in Boston at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy further nurtured his skillset as a physical therapist. Recently, he returned to the South Shore back to where his family is, and he looks forward to employing his passion and expertise to help treat patients in the area.