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
2006-2012 Adjunct Assistant Professor, NYIT
2012-Current: Assistant Professor, NYIT
Clinical experience in acute care, outpatient rehab, homecare and private practice.
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. RehabilOncol. 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.