Brian Wentworth, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Northeastern University
- Fellowship, Boston University
- Certified Manual Therapies (COMT, OMT, FAAOMPT)
- American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Spine Specialist
- Cervical Spine
- Low Back
- Work Conditioning
- Gymnasts, Dancers, Baseball, Basketball, Football, weekend warriors, BPPV (positional vertigo)
I first discovered Physical Therapy in high school when I sustained a minor shoulder injury from pitching on a couple different teams. I loved the science and the interaction behind my rehab and went on to pursue a career in helping people. While at Northeastern, one of my co-ops placed me with ProEx Physical Therapy (now Professional Physical Therapy), when I learned the value of providing evidence-based, people focused care. The relationships I saw develop by meeting the person where they were resonated with me. I eventually was hired by ProEx (now Professional) and completed a Fellowship of Manual Therapy, and gained the status of full Fellow in the Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. My patients now benefit from the skills and knowledge I gained to rehab my patients. I am proud that I work with the same company that I found while in grad school, and the opportunities that I have had to grow my knowledge and career.
Lynn Graff, PT, DPT
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Boston University, 2010
- Bachelor of Physical Therapy, Northeastern University, 1991
My parents were both in the health fields. My father was a hospital administrator and my Mother was a physical therapist. After multiple hip surgeries as a child, the opportunity to benefit from the care and dedication of these health care providers reinforced my desire to help others. PT was a perfect fit and I have enjoyed helping others to maximize their recoveries and return them to functional lives.
Paige Nye, PT, DPT
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University, 2021
- Bachelor of Exercise Science, University of New Hampshire, 2017
- Geriatric population
- Lower back pain
- Shoulder Rehab
I received my bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from the University of New Hampshire in 2017 and began working at Professional PT as a rehab aide at their financial district location in Boston, MA. In 2018, I went on to attend physical therapy school at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. During my time at MCPHS I worked with neurologic and geriatric populations in our pro-bono clinic "The Balance, Movement, and Wellness Center." The major aim for our clinic was to improve balance and mobility in order to reduce risk of falls and improve quality of life. I went on to do my clinical rotations in the home care and outpatient orthopedic settings where I was able to train under OCS certified clinical instructors to gain a deeper knowledge of orthopedic conditions and interventions.