Leo earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Widener University in 2019 where he also earned a Bachelor of Science in 2016.
An accomplished collegiate runner, Leo holds the Middle Atlantic College Conference and Widener College record in the indoor 800 meters. In 2016, he was ranked 17th in the nation for the outdoor 800 meters, D3 NCAA schools.
In graduate school, Leo served as the Funds Officer for the Chester Community Physical Therapy clinic, providing PT services to uninsured financially struggling members of the community. He also coached collegiate track and field athletes.
Leo became a PT to channel his passion for helping others, especially individuals recovering from injuries who want to return to the activities they love. Leo particularly enjoys assisting competitive athletes return to sport and often volunteers at community sporting events.
An avid Boston sports fan, Leo spends his free time running and going to the beach where he always is ready to challenge friends to a game of spikeball!