John Malone PT, DPT - Director of New Boston
John Malone is a 2008 graduate of Notre Dame High school in Portsmouth, Ohio. Upon graduation, he attended Shawnee State University, majoring in Sports Studies with a focus on Exercise Sciences. He graduated from SSU in 2012 and began his Doctorate of Physical Therapy studies at the University of Dayton.
Throughout his studies at the University of Dayton, John completed clinical rotations in a wide variety of settings. His first rotation was in the ICU at Kettering Medical Center. For his neurological rotation, John worked at Cardinal Hill Rehab in Lexington, Kentucky with patients suffering from a wide variety neurological pathology. His third and fourth rotations were completed in the outpatient orthopedic setting in Portsmouth, Ohio, both at SOMC and Tri-State Rehab.
John also participated in research, looking the correlation of Functional Movement Screen (FMS) scores and injuries in NBA players from 3 different teams. He also performed an independent study in Dry Needling and wrote a Critically Appraised Topic on the effects of Dry Needling on Myofascial Trigger Points, which is a common finding in the outpatient population. John graduated from the University of Dayton with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in May 2015.
Upon graduation, John became an employee of Tri-State Rehab in June 2015. He specializes in the treatment of orthopedic and sports medicine injuries and has experience treating a wide variety of athletes, ranging from youth to the professional level. In his free time, John enjoys exercising and watching college football and going on fishing trips.