Mark Gugliotti, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT

Mark Gugliotti

Assistant Professor


  • Post Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy, Touro College
  • Master of Science-Advanced Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Touro College
  • B.S. Physiotherapy Hogeschool Enschede-Enschede, The Netherlands
  • B.S. Exercise Physiology University of Connecticut

Academic Appointments

  • 2006-2012 Adjunct Assistant Professor, NYIT
  • 2012-Current: Assistant Professor, NYIT

Clinical Experiences

  • Clinical experience in acute care, outpatient rehab, homecare and private practice.

Research Focus

  • Orthopedics, manual therapy, oncology rehabilitation. Currently investigating neurodynamics and standardizing mobilization grades through pressure sensors


  • 2013 NYIT ISRC Grant: Principal Investigator for research study titled “Can the substitution of shoulder internal rotation for external rotation during ULNT3 evoke a comparable neurodynamic response in embalmed cadavers?” -$4125.00


  • Impact of shoulder internal rotation on ulnar nerve excursion and strain in embalmed cadavers. A pilot study. Gugliotti M, Futterman B, Ahrens T, Block D, Brown L, Dagro M, Falesto, Lyon A. J Man Manip Ther. Accepted for publication November 2014

  • Does exercise provide a positive therapeutic effect for patients with cancer related fatigue? A systematic review. Rehabil  Oncol. 2013; 31(4): 14-22.

  • The use of mobilization, muscle energy technique, and soft tissue mobilization following a modified radical neck dissection of a patient with head and neck cancer. Gugliotti M. Rehabil Oncol. 2011; 29(1): 3-8.

  • Victor Not Victim: My Battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Gugliotti M. iUniverse. Bloomington, IN: 2009.