Kimberly Moccia, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Northeastern University
- Certified Manual Therapies (FAAOMPT)
- Physical Therapy
- Kinesiotaping (CKT)
I played multiple sports growing up and had my fair share of physical therapy which assisted me in returning to sport safely. I knew I wanted to be a physical therapist and assist patient's in meeting their health goals as well have an opportunity to build a relationship with them. I attended Northeastern University in 2011. I performed my first cooperative education experience at ProEx Physical Therapy in 2013. I continued working during school as an exercise technician until graduating in 2017. I transitioned to working as a physical therapist. The year I graduated, 2017, ProEx merged with Professional Physical Therapy. I have continued to work at ProPT since graduation. I I have since completed Level 1 of the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy Level as well as the Boston University Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy.
Anna Martin, PT, DPT, IOMT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Boston University
I was first introduced to physical therapy when I injured my knee in 7th grade running cross-country and participated in PT to rehab my injury. Once in high school, I spent a day job shadowing an OT at a combined PT/OT outpatient orthopaedic office and really enjoyed the experience. From that point on, when applying to colleges I looked for schools that had PT and OT programs. Once at BU, I decided at the end of my freshman year to pursue PT.
Michael Madore, PT, DPT, ATC
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, University of New England
- Bachelor's Degree, Athletic Training, University of New England
Michael graduated from University of New England with summa cum laude with a degree in athletic training in 2019. Immediately post-
graduation he entered UNE's Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. While attending school he worked as an athletic trainer at a high
school in Southern Maine. His areas of interest related to sports and orthopedic injuries, preventative care, and immediate injury care.
Sports is an extremely important part of Michael’s life as he played basketball and football his whole life, including playing football at
the collegiate level. When he is not playing sports or covering games and practices Michael enjoys weight lifting, watching sports, and
spending time with friends, family and his dog Martha. His philosophy entails the belief of providing the tools and knowledge to athletes
and patients to help them perform at their optimal level. With his athletic training experience he really enjoys preventing injuries and
providing necessary guidance to all levels of athletes from the elite level to the weekend warrior.