Episode 13: Tim Vidale

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Tim Vidale, PT, DPT, MBA

Dr. Tim Vidale is the CEO of Momentous Sports Medicine. He currently serves as a Physical
Therapist for the Baltimore Ravens and was formerly the Physical Therapist and Assistant Rehab
Coordinator for the Minnesota Twins. He was featured in Forbes magazine as one of the top
1000 Entrepreneurs of 2021. Dr. Vidale is a graduate of Florida A&M University where he was a
hurdler and decathlete on the track and field team. Dr. Vidale went on to attain his Doctorate of
Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. Following graduation, Dr. Vidale relocated to
Washington, D.C. where he earned his MBA from George Washington University. He completed
his Sports Physical Therapy fellowship(FAAOMPT) at the Institute for Athlete Regeneration.
Prior to that he served as an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at
Howard University. He was the Head Physical Therapist for the DC Slayers and DC Furies
Rugby clubs from 2012-2016 and served Team USA as a Physical Therapist at the 2015 Pan
American Games in Toronto, Canada with the United States Olympic Committee. He also served
as the Physical Therapist for USA Softball National team. Dr. Vidale is a published author, with
publications in internationally distributed textbooks and scholarly journals and is also a content
reviewer for the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. Dr. Vidale specializes in
treating sports and orthopedic injuries. He sits on the State Board of Physical Therapy for
Washington, DC, and currently serves as on the Nominating Committee for the American
Academy of Sports Physical Therapy(AASPT). Dr. Vidale is also the chairman of the Diversity,
Equity and Inclusion Committee and serves on the Practice Committee in the AASPT, and is also
involved in the American Physical Therapy Association, American College of Sports Medicine
and the Private Practice Section. He resides in Washington, DC.

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