Brian Simon, PT, MS

Chief Operations Officer
Physical Therapist

Masters of Science:
Physical Therapy
City University of New York
Staten Island, NY

Certified Clinical Instructor

Brian graduated from City University of New York with a combined BS/MS in Physical Therapy in 1997. He has been actively involved with his alma mater as an adjunct faculty member, serving as an Orthopedic Lab Assistant as well as teaching the State Board Licensing Preparatory course. Brian’s clinical focus has always been to locate the source of his patient's problems rather than just treating their symptoms. Biomechanically correcting the issues facing each patient and in turn retraining, the body in this new position are cornerstones of his treatment approach. “Without this key component the body will continue to pull itself out of alignment, and their symptoms will return,” says Brian. Engaging patients and teaching them ways to supplement their clinic treatments is an additional component of each visit. He is often heard saying, “There are 168 hours in a week. If you come here for 2 or 3 hours a week and do nothing the remaining 165 hours, our treatment will not be as effective.” When discharging a patient, Brian’s hope is that “we only see each other again around town. If we don’t see each other in my office, then I know I’ve done my job.”

Brian has lived here in Middletown, NJ with his wife Tricia for over 21 years. Both have been active members of the community serving in local government. They have 2 teenage daughters, Caroleena and Juliana, who both attend our local public schools. They also enjoy spending time with their dog Taffy as well as biking, tennis, and spending time in Sea Bright in the summer at the beach, traveling, and movies.

After treating patients in the New York and Spring Lake areas most of his career, Brian wanted to come back to his hometown and play a central role in helping to keep Middletown healthy and active no matter their age group. “I consider this the honor of my career to serve the people of my community.”