Gabriel (Gabe) earned his bachelors in rehabilitation science (with a focus in pre-physical therapy and pathokinesiology) from the University of Pittsburgh, and his clinical doctorate from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He treats a wide variety of orthopedic cases including sports injuries, post-surgeries, chronic pain, and more. Gabe treats patients at our Wake Forest location.
Gabe agrees with the Robert Butler quote “if exercise could be purchased in a pill, it would be the single most widely prescribed and beneficial medicine in the nation.”
In his spare time, Gabe enjoys reading, grilling, spending time with his wife, and dabbling in various physical activities including weightlifting, rock climbing, trail running, and Crossfit. He also is dedicated to training and spending quality time with his Corgi, Milo.
- Streisfeld, G., et al. The relationship between body positioning, muscle activity, and spinal kinematics in cyclists with and without low back pain: A systematic review. Journal of Sports Health. Submitted and in review process.
- Faculty research day 2016: Poster presentation of The relationship between body positioning, muscle activity, and spinal kinematics in cyclists with and without low back pain: A systematic review.