We are proud to partner with leading physicians to offer this community webinar program.


We are proud to partner with leading physicians to offer this community webinar program.

How Bad is Bad Enough, Part II: When to Get Your Joint Replaced

Thursday, June 11th at 7:00 PM

The decision to undergo joint replacement surgery is a major one with many considerations. In this very special webinar, hip and knee joint replacement specialist, Dr. Gregg Klein from the Rothman Orthopedic Institute, will review the interventions and deciding factors he evaluates when determining if and when someone is in need of surgery. EXCEL’s Livingston Clinic Director, Caitlin Coriddi, PT, DPT, then explains what to expect from a physical therapist’s perspective following joint replacement surgery.

Dr. Gregg Klein is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacements as well as revision surgery.  He currently serves as the Vice-Chairperson of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center.  He is also an Associate Professor and faculty member at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall.  His specialties include hip and knee arthritis, avascular necrosis, osteonecrosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.  He has also been recognized as a “Top Doctor” by New Jersey Monthly and 201 Magazine.

Caitlin Coriddi, PT, DPT graduated with honors from an accelerated six-year Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Northeastern University. She is experienced in treating runners of all skill levels, ranging from casual joggers to those training for marathons. Caitlin has also taken a particular interest in concussion management and treatment of post-concussion symptoms. Caitlin prides herself on align each patients’ plan of care with their specific goals, all while building a motivating and supportive atmosphere that allows patients the opportunity to improve overcome functional limitations and improve their quality of life.

The Back Pain Pandemic – Causes of Neck, Mid and Low Back Pain and Exercises to Help

Thursday, June 18th at 7:00 PM

Under normal circumstances, 80% of the population experiences back pack at some point in their life. However, the current COVID-19 pandemic has caused a massive shift in the way people conduct their every day lives. More and more people are spending increased time at home, working on a computer or from their phone, or trying to do more DIY projects around the house or yard. With this change in culture, people may be more likely to experience back pain and we’re here to help. Non-operative spine physiatrist from North Jersey Brain and Spine, Dr. Peter Schmaus, will discuss the causes of back pain, and then we’re welcoming back EXCEL’s very own co-founder and president, Matt Gibble, to review exercises you can do at home to not only treat back pain, but help prevent it too.

Peter Schmaus, MD is a physiatrist specializing in non-surgical spine care, ergonomics and pain management. He aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments, injuries or disabilities. Dr. Schmaus graduated from Columbia and the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, going on to complete his residency at Mt. Sinai where he was chief resident before joining Orthopedic Spine and Sports Medicine Center in 1989. Dr. Schmaus is board certified both in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as in pain management. 

Matt Gibble, PT is one of the two owners and co-founders of Excel Physical Therapy. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University, he went on to work at a sports medicine facility in New York City. There he was involved for three years with the New York Knicks, where he provided their long-term physical therapy, as well as their pre-season and pre-signing orthopedic evaluations. A competitive triathlete, Matt has successfully completed Ironman USA in Lake Placid, NY three times.

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Webinar Archives

Check out the video recordings of our past webinars. 

Webinar: Support Your Sole – Foot Pain & Functional Treatment

On May 26, 2020, we hosted a community webinar with Dr. Robert Conenello, sports podiatrist from Orangetown Podiatry and EXCEL Regional Director John Gallagher, PT, DPT, CEAS to discuss the causes of foot pain, different types of foot pain, and the things we can do to...

Webinar: Riding Out the Pandemic: Cycling Injuries and Prevention

On May 14, 2020, we hosted a very special webinar to discuss common cycling injuries and what you can do to prevent them. EXCEL Regional Director and three time Ironman triathlete finisher Bryan Del Rio, PT was joined by Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and avid...

Webinar: Shoulder Pain Demystified

On Thursday, May 7, 2020, we were joined by board certified orthopedic surgeon and shoulder specialist Dr. Eric Black, MD, FAOOS from Summit Medical Group to talk about shoulder pain. Dr. Black explained the common causes of shoulder pain for different types of...

Webinar: How Bad is Bad Enough? When to See Your Ortho

On Friday, May 1, 2020, Excel Physical Therapy President and Co-Founder Matt Gibble was joined by Rothman Orthopaedics Board Certified Physician Frank Alberta, MD, FAAOS to discuss what injuries and conditions warrant a trip to the doctor amidst our current COVID-19...

Webinar: What You ‘Kneed’ to Know About Knee Pain

On Friday, April 24, 2020, Excel Physical Therapy President and Co-Founder Matt Gibble was joined by Hackensack University Medical Center Board Certified Physician Dr. Yair Kissin to discuss knee pain, its causes, and a range of remedies from exercise all the way to...