Hours:
Monday – Thursday:
7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 860-679-3233
Fax: 860-679-1425

Address:
UConn Health
Musculoskeletal Institute
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-5153
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Gregg Gomlinski, D.P.T., O.C.S., CSCS

Gregg Gomlinski

Gregg Gomlinski, D.P.T., O.C.S., CSCS, is a physical therapist specializing in the sports medicine and orthopaedic rehabilitation. He has been practicing for twelve years with a special interest in shoulder and knee rehabilitation while at UConn Health. He is board certified in orthopaedics by the American Physical Therapy Association and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Sports and Conditioning Association. He has a special interest in surfing and has worked for the Association of Surfing Professional’s annual competition in Trestles, CA.

His main area of expertise is shoulder rehabilitation with a special interest in scapular dyskinesis, acromioclavicular dysfunction, and post-surgical rehabilitation. Gregg is also very active in research. He served as co-investigator for the Donaghue Foundation’s study led by Dr. Augustus Mazzocca and Mark Cote, D.P.T.; “The effect of early range of motion on clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and cuff integrity following arthroscopic repair”. In addition he has been published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and Clinics in Sports Medicine.

Appointment: Physical Therapist, Department of Rehabilitation Services, UConn Health

Specialty: Orthopaedics

Subspecialty: Shoulder Dysfunction

Certifications:

  • Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Education:

  • Master of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut, 2001
  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, University of Connecticut, 1994
  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Des Moines University, 2013

Selected Publications:
Cote P, Gomlinski, G, Jeremiah T, Mazzocca A. Radiographic analysis of commonly prescribed scapular exercises. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. 2009;18(2):311-316.

Cote P, Wojcik K, Gomlinski G, Mazzocca A. Rehabilitation of acromioclavicular joint separations: operative and nonoperative considerations. Clinics in Sports Medicine. 2010;29(2):213-228.

Wojcik KE, Cote MP, Swanson BT, Apostolakos J, Craven N, Gomlinski G, Gauthier Trahiotis C,Mazzocca AD. Non-surgical rehabilitation of AC Joint Sprain/Separation and AC Joint Arthrosis. Orthopaedic Rehabilitation of the

Athlete: Getting Back in the Game. ed Reider B, Provencher MT, and Davies G. in production Elsevier 2012.

Research Interests: Rotator cuff rehabilitation, acromioclavicular dysfunction, and scapular dyskinesis.