Excel Physical Therapy in Livingston, NJ

Excel Physical Therapy in Livingston, NJ


Livingston Physical Therapy Clinic

Welcome to the crown jewel of Essex County physical therapy clinics. At an astounding 6,200 square feet on the main level, our Livingston office is the largest of EXCEL’s locations. 

Patients enter into a bright and open entry foyer and are greeted by our friendly patient coordinators. Past the entryway, the spacious treatment area includes separate areas with treatment tables for personal care and a section for functional training and cardiovascular equipment. Across the foyer from this main treatment area is an enclosed turf field space for sport-specific training. A locker room and shower are available for patient use. The newly expanded parking lot adjacent to the building adds convenience for patients, especially those dealing with mobility issues. 

Located at the corner of S Livingston Avenue and Northfield Avenue in the iconic space formerly occupied by Sam’s Clothing, the office is conveniently accessible for residents of Livingston, Roseland, Florham Park, Madison, and the surrounding communities.

555 S. Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039
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P: 973-974-9292
F: 973-974-9299

Monday            7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday           7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday         7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Friday               2:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Office Features

Free Wifi


Open Concept

Separate Functional Training Space

Locker Rooms

Parking Lot

Turf Field Access








Upper Body Ergometer






GameReady Cold Compression

Meet Your Director

EXCEL Livingston Clinic Director Caitlin graduated with honors from an accelerated six-year Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Northeastern University, while also receiving her bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Science. While at Northeastern and throughout her professional career, Caitlin has focused her studies on orthopedics, taking advanced electives in the management of low back pain and lumbar/sacroiliac dysfunctions, as well as foot and ankle pathologies and gait biomechanics. She is experienced in treating runners of all skill levels, ranging from casual joggers to high school and collegiate athletes to those training for marathons. Caitlin has also taken particular interest in concussion management and treatment of post-concussion symptoms.

Questions for Our Office?

Stephanie Szeliga, PT, DPT

Stephanie Szeliga, PT, DPT