Thomas Horvath


undefinedTom uses his passion for the field of physical therapy and dedicates himself to helping patients achieve their best possible treatment outcomes, while constantly challenging himself to improve as both a clinician and as an individual. As a former track and field athlete, he learned the value of hard work and physical wellness before carrying these virtues into his college years to pursue a degree in exercise science at Rutgers University. Following this, Tom elected to work to become a physical therapist assistant, receiving high honors in each semester of his time at Union County College. He is now preparing to continue his education and become a doctor of physical therapy while continuing to aid patients under his care at ProFysio. Currently, he is studying to receive a certification as a strength and conditioning specialist, and stays active by creating and performing his own goal-oriented exercise programs. Tom has experience working with many orthopedic cases among patients of all age groups, as well as with some rare neurological conditions.


AAS, Physical Therapist Assistant, Union County College

BS, Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Rutgers University

Physical Therapy Coursework

    • Exercise Testing and Prescription
    • Movement for Individuals with Disabilities
    • Systems Physiology
    • Exercise Physiology
    • Functional Human Anatomy
    • Neuromechanical Kinesiology
    • Motor Learning
    • Psychology of Sport and Exercise
    • Cardio Conditioning
    • Exercise and Aging
    • Internship in Exercise Science
    • Independent Living for Individuals with Disabilities
    • Physical Therapy Procedures I, II, III, IV
    • Clinical Seminar and Practice I, II

    Conditions Treated

    • Low Back Pain
    • Trigger Finger
    • Core Instability
    • Muscle Contractures
    • Muscle Spasm
    • Gait and Balance Deficiencies
    • Post-Operative ACL Repair
    • Shoulder Instability
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Rotator Cuff Tears/Post-Operative Rotator Cuff Repairs
    • Shoulder Impingement & Bursitis
    • Scoliosis
    • Total Hip Replacement
    • Total Knee Replacement
    • Meniscus Tears/Repairs
    • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
    • Elbow Pain (Tennis Elbow/Golfer’s Elbow)
    • Ankle Sprains
    • Muscle Strains

    Real Stories & Testimonials From Patients

    • “What distinguishes Len further is the clear amount of care and concern he shows for each and every patient.”

      Debbie Mazon

    • “Everyone on staff is professional & demonstrates vast knowledge”

      Gail Burneyko

    • “The entire staff are friendly, professional, caring and supportive”


    • “They listen to you, are concerned about you, and are very, very nice.”


    • “Dr. John’s combination of expertise, intuition, professionalism, and motivational skills are extraordinary”

      Justin Morreale

    • “The staff is first rate and friendly, I am very pleased.”

      R. W

    • “ProFysio Physical Therapy in Old Bridge is an outstanding and exceptional clinic.”

      Joseph M.

    • “I was not just another patient, which made my recovery so much easier!”

      Previous Patient

    • “Without John I think I would have had to stay on medication or have an injection.”


    • “ProFysio helped me get back on my feet.”

      Anthony Savarese

    • “If I ever need to undergo PT treatment again, I would absolutely return to this facility!”


    • “After 3-4 weeks, I was 100%.”


    • “The great quality of treatment was fantastic”

      Michele L

    • “The atmosphere is upbeat and positive with the utmost of individualized and professional care. I highly recommend their services for a speedy AND happy recovery.”


    • “I found the staff to be professional, courteous, and conscientious.”


    Stories, Reviews, & Testimonials From Our Patients

    • They Got Me Walking Again

      Hip replacements, shoulder replacement, and neck/back surgery. They got me walking again!

    • Stroke Patient - They Nursed Me Back Into Walking

      They nursed me back into walking, dressing, and feeding myself.

    • Now Able to Squat Without Knee Pain!

      Now able to squat without knee pain!