Nicole Matyas



  • Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minors in Spanish and Psychology
  • Robbinsville High School, Robbinsville, NJ


  • Certified Brain Injury Specialist
  • Physical Agent Modalities (PAMS)
  • National Child Passenger Safety Certification

Treatment Areas of Interest/Specialties

  • Pediatrics, specifically the developmental needs (gross and fine motor delays) of infants ages birth to 1 year old
  • Developmental coordination and motor planning difficulties
  • Functional visual impairments, and neuromotor-based impairments

What I feel are the most important qualities in an occupational therapist

Patience, adaptability, and strong analytical skills are vital to being a good OT. We need to have the ability to take a multi-system and family-centered approach to treatment. In pediatrics especially, we prioritize play as the vehicle to skill building to ultimately improve function.

Personal Interests & Hobbies

Staying active and spending as much time outside as I can, going to the beach, trying new restaurants with my husband, Zach, and being a dog mom to my dogs Leo and Luna.