Dr. Colin Homola, PT, DPT

Dr. Colin Homola grew up in Massapequa, New York, and graduated from Kellenberg Memorial High School. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from The University of Scranton in 2017. He then went on to attend The University of Scranton’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program where he graduated in 2020 with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. For his academic and service accomplishments, Colin was inducted into the ACAPT National Student Honor Society for Physical Therapy.
While at The University of Scranton, Dr. Homola was a goalkeeper on the men’s soccer team where he helped his team earn back-to-back Landmark Conference Championships and two appearances in the NCAA tournament in 2015 and 2016. He continued to demonstrate his passion for athletics throughout Physical Therapy school as well by serving as student assistant coach and goalkeeper coach with The University of Scranton’s men’s soccer team and as a strength and conditioning coach within Scranton Athletics.
During Physical Therapy school, Dr. Homola served as Community Outreach and Information Technology Coordinator for a Student-Run Pro-Bono Physical Therapy Clinic which provided free skilled physical therapy services for uninsured and underinsured individuals in the Scranton area. While at The University of Scranton, he completed research on the Functional Movement Screen with elite athletes. Dr. Homola will be presenting research at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting in 2021.
Dr. Homola completed outpatient clinical rotations at Island Sports Physical Therapy in Nesconset, NY, and Pivot Physical Therapy in Clarks Summit, PA. He also completed a skilled nursing clinical experience at Ozanam Hall Nursing Home of Queens in Bayside, NY, and an acute care experience at Northwell Health’s North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY. His clinical experiences helped further his passion for physical therapy specifically in the outpatient orthopedic setting.
Dr. Homola enjoys reading and staying up to date on current research on new and innovative manual therapy techniques. This allows him to provide the best evidence-based care possible for his patients. He is currently an APTA member and also an LSVT BIG certified clinician. In his free time he enjoys playing soccer and basketball, golfing, skiing, and biking.