Giovanni De Domenico undertook the Teacher of Physiotherapy program at the Coventry School of Physiotherapy and the North London Polytechnic, completing this program in 1975. He served on the staff of the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, School of Physiotherapy, in Birmingham U.K and gained a Master of Science degree from the University of Aston, in Birmingham, followed by an appointment to the staff of the Wolverhampton School of Physiotherapy, in Wolverhampton.
Dr. De Domenico later took a position at the School of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney University, in Sydney, New South Wales. He was responsible for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research in the broad areas of Electrophysical Agents and Soft Tissue Manipulation and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in 1988. He took a position as Associate Professor in the School of Physiotherapy, at Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In this position, he was again responsible for teaching all aspects of Electrophysical Agents and Soft Tissue Massage.
After moving to the USA, he served as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physical Therapy, at the University of South Alabama, in Mobile, Alabama. His most current appointment took him to Texas in December 2000, as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physical Therapy, at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Dr. De Domenico has published his work extensively and was an active member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) in the U.K., the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA); having served on many local and national committees. He was as a Board member of the Texas Society of Allied Health Professions (TSAHP) and served as the 2004 – 2005 President. He was as a Board member of the Texas Society of Allied Health Professions (TSAHP) and served as the 2004 – 2005 President. He was athe editor of the TSAHP on-line newsletter, known as the Chronicle and the recipient of the 2008 Distinguished Service Award of the Society.