Eric has been a lifelong resident of the Seacoast and Southern New Hampshire, graduating from Spaulding High School in 1993. Eric went on to pursue the first phase of his academic and professional career at Keene State College, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Sports Medicine. During his studies at Keene, Eric worked as Head Student Trainer for the Franklin Pierce Women’s Soccer team, supporting them through an NCAA Division II National Championship.
After graduating from Keene State College, Eric went on to earn his National Athletic Trainers Association Certification, which allowed him to continue his passion supporting student athletes. After receiving his certification, Eric worked for local seacoast high schools supporting student athletes in various sports for many years.
In 2002, Eric further advanced his education and received a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Notre Dame College. Since then, Eric has worked as a physical therapist and athletic trainer treating all major orthopedic injuries with a particular emphasis on total joint replacements, shoulder injuries and foot biomechanics.
Eric has been an asset to the MVPT Portsmouth (formerly Abilities) team for over 17 years. His outstanding work ethic and dedication to both clinical excellence and patient care has earned Eric the role of Senior Physical Therapist at MVPT Portsmouth.
Above all else, Eric enjoys spending time with his wife, Danielle, and their two children, Jackson and Connor. He can be found in the stands at all of his sons sporting events cheering them on, as well as avidly supporting all New England sports teams.