John A. Ianni, D.P.T.
John Ianni is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, born and raised in Western New York. He attended the University at Buffalo where he received his bachelor’s education in Exercise Science and Physiology.
He went on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UB in 2015, graduating top of his class as Valedictorian with a GPA of 4.0. His clinical residencies from his graduate coursework have provided him experience in both Sports Medicine and Orthopedics, giving him the opportunity to work with many types of patients and athletes, including recreational, high school, collegiate, and professional. His clinical research as a DPT student focused on Post-Concussion Syndrome and Vestibular Rehabilitation in athletes. He will continue his professional education by pursuing both Sports Certified Specialist (SCS) and Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certifications from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.
During his time at the University at Buffalo, John also played NCAA Division I Soccer with the Men’s program. He also has several national certifications and licenses from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and is passionate about player development and rehabilitation.
John was once himself a patient in Physical Therapy after sustaining a knee injury while playing soccer in high school. That experience, and his therapist, inspired him to pursue the profession, and ultimately allowed him to achieve his dream of competing at the Division I level. He takes great pride in providing that same quality and experience to every patient he encounters, from the weekend warriors to the competitive athletes.
In his free time, John likes to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether its fishing, swimming, camping or hiking, he loves being active and enjoying all that nature has to offer.
Carson G Kommer, D.P.T.
Carson Kommer was born and raised in Southwest Florida. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Wake Forest University in 2010 before returning to Naples to focus on coaching tennis. For several years he provided instruction to players of all ages and skill levels, including competitive junior players ranked at both the state and national levels.
Carson then enrolled at the University of Central Florida in 2013 and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2016 with an emphasis on orthopedics and manual therapy. While in school he conducted independent research examining strength profiles of collegiate tennis players in order to develop novel strength and conditioning programs to enhance on-court performance. In 2020 Carson received his Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties to demonstrate higher education in the field of orthopedics and post surgical rehabilitation. He hopes to pursue further advanced certifications in the future.
In his free time, Carson is an avid tennis player and golfer and enjoys the outdoor activities Naples has to offer. He is a lifelong Cubs fan and also enjoys spending lots of time with his wife, Chelsea, and their dogs Wrigley and Rosie.
Vince Tomasetti, D.P.T.
Vince Tomasetti was born and raised in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, just outside the city of Philadelphia. He attended the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he obtained both his Bachelor's degree in Health Sciences ('17) and Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy ('19).
During pursuit of his undergraduate degree, Vince was a member of the university's NCAA Division II men's baseball team. Participation in sports through the collegiate level is a significant factor that led to his interest in working with athletes and the active population.
In his time away from physical therapy, Vince enjoys spending time with his dog, Vlad, relaxing at the beach, and stand-up paddle boarding. Vince is an avid Philadelphia sports fan who does not miss an inning, quarter or minute of play.
Clint Crawford, M.S.P.T
Clint Crawford is a native of Southeast Georgia and initially moved to the Naples area in 2004. He has experience in Orthopedic, Geriatric, Vestibular, Acute and Home Health settings working almost exclusively in Orthopedics since 2011. He was “introduced” to Physical Therapy in 1996 after sustaining an ACL injury during his second year in College and immediately decided to pursue a career in the field after completing his Rehabilitation.
Clint obtained his BS in Biology from Valdosta State University in 1999 prior to earning his MS in Physical Therapy from Armstrong Atlantic State University (now the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern University) in 2002. He is currently continuing his professional development while pursuing a Manual Therapy (MTC) Certification and also plans on obtaining an OCS Certification in the future.
Clint enjoys spending his weekends and spare time in the outdoors and around the house with his wife, Tanya, and daughter, Bryce.