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Our Story

Dr. John A. Baio, PT, DPT, CSCS

Dr. Baio graduated with his Baccalaureate degree in Biology before going on to achieve his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in '06 at Seton Hall University.  His passion for training athletes also led him to earn his certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S.) from the NSCA.  He is currently on the NY state board of directors for the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

John Baio's first PT experience was in the inpatient rehabilitation unit at St. Charles Hospital, rotating between patients with traumatic brain injuries, pediatric patients, and patients after joint replacements.  He now spends some time of his week assisting at Stony Brook University in the Physical Therapy program and guest lectures for the students. John's latest addition to his career includes treating athletes after a concussion as they "Return to Play".

When he's not helping patient's of all ages feel better, John loves to play ice hockey, walk/hike with his wife and two sons, or try new foods!


Andrew F. Martino, PT

Andrew Martino has been practicing physical therapy in the local community for over three decades.  After receiving his degree in Physical Therapy, his early career focused on pediatrics, Andrew transitioned to becoming the director of a large sports medicine clinic for 20 years.  Eager to give his patients the personal attention and compassion they deserve, he left the big clinic and founded Martino Physical Therapy in 2007.  

Since opening, Andrew has been published in the Journal of Craniofacial Surgery for his treatment techniques with TMJ/jaw pain and dysfunction.  He has also been a representative in NY state to benefit the profession.

When Andrew isn't helping to improve the health and wellness of the community, he spends his time as an outdoorsman upstate or camping with family on Eastern Long Island.    


Dr. Sharon A. Martino, PT, PhD

Dr. Sharon A. Martino, Martino Physical Therapy.

Dr. Sharon Martino received her Baccalaureate degree in Physical Therapy from Hunter College. She went on to receive her Master of Science degree in Health Care Policy and Management with an emphasis on Education from Stony Brook University, where she currently teaches in the entry-level Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program.

She completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University, Florida, in 2010.

Dr. Martino’s current research interests revolve around multi-system disorders associated with child and adult obesity.  She also co-directs Fit Families for Life (FFFL), a nutritional and exercise program offered to children between the ages of 8 and 17 and their families.