Steve Grazioli, DPT
Steve is a local who grew up in Cherry Hill and went through the Cherry Hill public school system. At Cherry Hill East, he played basketball, volleyball, and four years of soccer, which he captained his senior year. Growing up playing multiple sports, Steve picked up several injuries that required various types of rehabilitations, sparking his interest in physical therapy and exercise science. This interest motivated him to take the educational path towards kinesiology and psychology at Rutgers. During this time he worked as a trainer for youth soccer teams, worked for Rutgers Fitness at Easton Avenue gym, and interned at TEST Football Academy. After graduating Rutgers a semester early, he was accepted to Widener’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, where he continued his education. In graduate school, Steve served on Widener’s Pro Bono Clinic board as the Health and Wellness Coordinator where he helped supervise his classmates and treat underserved patients from the Chester community. His involvement with the student board lead him to conduct research studies regarding the pro bono clinic and the involvement in his classmates growth. In his free time, Steve is living and breathing anything soccer and finding time to spend talking or eating with his family and friends.
- Bachelor’s in Applied Kinesiology with a minor in Psychology – Rutgers University New Brunswick ‘15
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy – Widener University ‘18