Dr. Colleen Breslin has been working with athletes since 2008 when she began her college studies at Quinnipiac University. She received her license in Athletic Training from the State of NJ in 2012, and her license in Physical Therapy also from the State of NJ in 2015. At Quinnipiac University, Dr. Breslin assessed and treated Division I athletes from Quinnipiac and Yale. She worked closely with the Yale football team and Quinnipiac baseball, volleyball, and track teams. This is where she developed her skills in concussion testing and functional screenings for injury prevention.

After obtaining her license in Athletic Training in the State of New Jersey, Colleen covered high school ice hockey and basketball games while working part time at Spectrum. During her studies at Dominican College Colleen completed her doctoral research on ACL injury prevention. She also had the opportunity to treat patients in a subacute rehabilitation center and various outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinics. Colleen has a strong passion for individualizing her treatment approaches and providing the optimal healthcare for all patients. Her passion for Physical Therapy and Athletic Training comes from seeing her patients achieve their personal goals, gain further independence, and return to physical activity.

Dr. Colleen Breslin received her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Dominican College and her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training / Sports Medicine from Quinnipiac University. As of mid- June 2019 Colleen became board certified in clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy.