Dr. Lombardo received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Rutgers University. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Delaware, where she long and triple jumped for the Women’s Track and Field team. It was through her track career that she developed a passion for fitness and health. After her undergraduate studies, and all throughout PT school, Nicole spent time personal training and coaching CrossFit, deepening her knowledge of functional exercise, gymnastics and olympic lifting. Suffering an injury herself, due to poor form and lack of self-education, she understood the importance of performing exercises correctly and safely. She has made it her mission to use her knowledge and experiences to educate and ensure that none of her patients get hurt the same way she did.
Nicole continues to coach CrossFit in Hoboken to children and adults of varying fitness levels. She enjoys integrating her knowledge of the human body and exercise to optimize the fitness and modify exercises for each member as needed. She holds a certification in CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit kids and is currently studying to become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
In 2019, Dr. Lombardo made the decision to moved to California with her family but continues to travel between both east and west coasts. She currently serves as a physical therapist consultant at Scerbo Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation where she remains seeing patients when in the New Jersey area.
Concentra, Jersey City, NJ
Clinical Affiliation Physical Therapist/Examined, Evaluate and Treated/Orthopedic/Outpatient
February 2016- May 2016
A. Harry Moore School, Jersey City, NJ
Clinical Affiliation Physical Therapist/Evaluate and treat pediatric population ages 3-21 including diagnoses such as Cerebral palsy, down syndrome, developmental delay
November 2015 – February 2016
NYU Lutheran, Brooklyn, NY
Clinical Affiliation Inpatient and Acute Rehab Neurologic/ Orthopedic/ Wound Care/ Post-op joint replacements August – November 2015