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Angela Wilson Pennisi

Angela Wilson Pennisi
- PT, MS, OCS

Angela Wilson Pennisi, PT, MS, OCS, founded Lakeshore Sports Physical Therapy in 2000 and is the clinic president and director.

Angela graduated from the Program for Physical Therapy at Columbia University in New York, New York in 1997. She has completed extensive continuing clinical education in manual therapy and movement reeducation, is board certified in orthopedic physical therapy and a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapists in training. She has served as an expert consultant in physical therapy-related litigation.

Angela has served on several professional boards and is currently the treasurer of the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. She enjoys participating in yoga, playing tennis, bicycling, keeping up with her husband and two sons, and volunteering in her community.

Angela sees patients at our Lakeview and Loop locations.

Contact this provider at angelawpennisi@physiopartners.com.

* This provider participates with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois and Medicare. Please contact us for information regarding out-of-network coverage for other insurance companies.

Imelda Harper

Imelda Harper
- PT, Cert. MDT

Imelda Harper, PT, Cert. MDT, has been practicing with Lakeshore Sports Physical Therapy, PC, since 2004. She earned her degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland in 1990.

She is certified in the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, a treatment approach that utilizes specific patient-based exercises and education to accelerate recovery.

Imelda has experience across a broad range of patient populations. Her primary areas of specialty include manual therapy, orthopedic physical therapy, spinal rehabilitation, and the treatment of headaches. Imelda is an active member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and the Irish Physiotherapy Association. 

Imelda sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at imeldaharper@physiopartners.com.

* This provider's participation in insurance networks is limited. Please contact us for information regarding your insurance policy. Members of Lakeshore Sports Physical Therapy's professional staff may be employees of the organization or independent associates of the practice.

Stephanie Penny

Stephanie Penny
- PT, DPT, OCS

Stephanie Penny, PT, DPT, OCS, earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Central Michigan University in 2008 and is a board-certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy.

Stephanie has special interests in scoliosis treatment of adults and adolescents, sports medicine, vestibular rehabilitation and post-mastectomy rehabilitation.  She has completed an advanced certification in the Schroth Method for Scoliosis. Stephanie has completed additional coursework in manual therapy and the rehabilitation and re-education of runners. She is a certified ASTYM® provider. 

Stephanie enjoys utilizing a comprehensive approach utilizing manual therapy techniques, corrective exercises and movement analysis to address patients' specific deficits and assist in their road to recovery.She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.  In her free time, Stephanie enjoys staying active, whether it be playing tennis, walking her dog or spending time with family.

Stephanie sees patients at our Lakeview location. 

Contact this provider at stephaniepenny@physiopartners.com.

* PhysioPartners Premier participates with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois and Medicare. Please contact us for information regarding out-of-network coverage for other insurance companies.

Dr. Erin Buenger

Dr. Erin Buenger
- PT, DPT

Dr. Erin Buenger, PT, DPT, Earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Marquette University in 2011.  Dr. Buenger enjoys working with all types of patients, but her areas of specialty are running and walking gait analysis, gait training, treating foot and ankle problems, as well as sports rehabilitation across the lifespan.

Dr. Buenger plans to obtain advanced certification in the Schroth Method for Scoliosis in Spring 2018.  She is also an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Outside of the clinic, Erin enjoys traveling, playing in a co-ed soccer league, downhill sking, water sports and entertaining her new puppy.

Erin sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at erinbuenger@physiopartners.com.

Joseph Ascher

Joseph Ascher
- PT, DPT

Joseph Ascher, PT, DPT, earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from The University of Illinois at Chicago in 2015.

Dr. Ascher has strong interests in orthopedics, sports medicine, manual therapy, chronic pain management, and post-operative rehabilitation. He provides evidence-based interventions and works with his patients to design meaningful treatment plans in order to empower his patients to return to, and improve upon, their previous lifestyle. 

Dr. Ascher was a captain of his NCAA Division 1 volleyball team during his undergraduate years at Quincy University in Quincy, Illinois and currently plays professionally for the Gateway Volleyball Club, USA Volleyball Premier Volleyball League team. When he is not playing volleyball or cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks, Joe enjoys going to the beach, fitness activities, and cooking.

Joe sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at josephascher@physiopartners.com.

Jennifer M. Nelson

Jennifer M. Nelson
- PT, DPT, DScPT

Jennifer M. Nelson, PT, DPT, DScPT, is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Certified, Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist, Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist/Dry Needling, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.  

She earned her doctorates in physical therapy at the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences in 2008 and her Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy from Andrews University in 2017. 

Dr. Nelson has special interests in treating patients with persistent/chronic pain including headaches, neck and back problems, jaw problems (TMJ/TMD), hypermoblity, pelvic pain and sports injuries that have not resolved with other treatments. She earned her certification in trigger point dry needling through Myopain, and manual therapy certifications through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). She is also a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapists in training. 

She is currently pursuing a certification in craniofacial therapy with Cranio Facial Therapy Academy (CRAFTA) and a Theraputic Pain Specialist (TPS) certification through the International Spine and Pain Institute (ISPI). Jennifer is a member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.  

Dr. Nelson believes strongly in treating the whole person and ensuring that treatment fits the person's beliefs and abilities, allowing him or her to achieve a new functional level or keep her or him participating in favorite activities.  She loves challenges and puzzles and welcomes patients with a complex history or past. She also has a special interest in hypermobility syndrome, as she herself is hypermobile and has personally experienced chronic pain. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys being outdoors, playing with her cats, watching movies and spending time with her family.

Weena Dee

Weena Dee
- PT, DPT

Weena Dee, PT, DPT, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University near Philadelphia in 2009.

Weena’s clinical interests include movement analysis, gait mechanics, functional electrical stimulation to enhance gait mechanics and improving functional independence.  Weena enjoys analyzing running mechanics and treating running injuries as well as lower extremity injuries and overuse syndromes.

Weena is a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapists in training.   She participates in clinical research with patients post stroke and spinal cord injury, providing pelvis and leg perturbations to improve gait mechanics at the Rehab Institute of Chicago.  Weena also has worked with robotics and eskoskeletons, and is Lokomat, Bioness, and ekso Level I certified.

In her free time, Weena enjoys traveling to the mountains, hiking at elevation, running half marathons, and cooking Thai food.

Dr. Dee sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at weenadee@physiopartners.com

Mandie Martuzzo

Mandie Martuzzo
- PT

Mandie Martuzzo, PT earned her Bachelor's of Physical Therapy at Northern Illinois University in 1998. Mandie has experience working with a broad range of orthopedic conditions, but has special interest in working with running/foot and ankle injuries and sports rehab. She is Dry Needling certified, and also utilizes Myofascial Release techniques often in her practice with patients. She enjoys using her clinical skills built over 20 years to help patients return to an active lifestyle.

She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Outside the clinic, Mandie enjoys travel, hiking, reading and biking by the lake.

Mandie sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at mandiemartuzzo@physiopartners.com

Katrina Sholeen

Katrina Sholeen
- DPT

Katrina Sholeen, DPT, earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University in 2018.  She enjoys treating a wide variety of patients, and her specific clinical interests include rehabilitation of the knee and hip and working with athletes of all ages and ability levels to help them return to the activities they enjoy.  She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2015.

Prior to pursuing a career as a physical therapist, Dr. Sholeen studied art with an interest in figure painting and drawing. She has also studied Shotokan Karate in the Chicago area for 20 years and has experience teaching, as well as competing at the national and international level. Her love of karate sparked her interest in the study of kinesiology and human biomechanics, influencing the way she observes and analyzes movement as a clinician.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Sholeen enjoys staying active through karate, high intensity interval training (HIIT), and exercising on the Chicago lakefront. She also likes to slow things down by cooking and staying in touch with her creative side.

Dr. Sholeen sees patients at the Loop location.

Contact this provider at katrinasholeen@physiopartners.com 

Laura Vinci de Vanegas

Laura Vinci de Vanegas
- PT, DPT

Laura Vinci de Vanegas, PT, DPT, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Massachusetts in 2017.

Prior to transitioning to a career in physical therapy, Laura worked as a professional dancer and performed with Chicago-based modern dance companies The Leopold Group, The Moving Architects, and Enid Smith Dance. As a dance educator, Laura taught ballet and modern dance in the Chicago Public Schools and at the Kaleidoscope Dance and Movement Center. As a physical therapist, her clinical interests include performing arts rehabilitation, injury prevention education, and gait analysis. Clinically, Laura also treats patients at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab and is currently pursuing her certification as a Dance for Parkinson's Disease instructor. 

In her free time, Laura enjoys camping in the great outdoors, hiking, and dancing, of course.

Dr. Vinci de Vanegas sees patients at our Lakeview location.

Contact this provider at lauravinci@physiopartners.com

Angela Wilson Pennisi

Angela Wilson Pennisi
- PT, MS, OCS

Angela Wilson Pennisi, PT, MS, OCS, founded Lakeshore Sports Physical Therapy in 2000 and is the clinic president and director. Angela graduated from the Program for Physical Therapy at Columbia University in New York, New York in 1997. She has completed extensive continuing clinical education in manual therapy and movement reeducation, is board certified in orthopedic physical therapy and a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapists in training. She has served as an expert consul...
Imelda Harper

Imelda Harper
- PT, Cert. MDT

Imelda Harper, PT, Cert. MDT, has been practicing with Lakeshore Sports Physical Therapy, PC, since 2004. She earned her degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland in 1990. She is certified in the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, a treatment approach that utilizes specific patient-based exercises and education to accelerate recovery. Imelda has experience across a broad range of patient populations. Her primary areas of specialty include manual ther...
Stephanie Penny

Stephanie Penny
- PT, DPT, OCS

Stephanie Penny, PT, DPT, OCS, earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Central Michigan University in 2008 and is a board-certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy. Stephanie has special interests in scoliosis treatment of adults and adolescents, sports medicine, vestibular rehabilitation and post-mastectomy rehabilitation.  She has completed an advanced certification in the Schroth Method for Scoliosis. Stephanie has completed additional coursework in manual therapy a...
Dr. Erin Buenger

Dr. Erin Buenger
- PT, DPT

Dr. Erin Buenger, PT, DPT, Earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Marquette University in 2011.  Dr. Buenger enjoys working with all types of patients, but her areas of specialty are running and walking gait analysis, gait training, treating foot and ankle problems, as well as sports rehabilitation across the lifespan. Dr. Buenger plans to obtain advanced certification in the Schroth Method for Scoliosis in Spring 2018.  She is also an ...
Joseph Ascher

Joseph Ascher
- PT, DPT

Joseph Ascher, PT, DPT, earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from The University of Illinois at Chicago in 2015. Dr. Ascher has strong interests in orthopedics, sports medicine, manual therapy, chronic pain management, and post-operative rehabilitation. He provides evidence-based interventions and works with his patients to design meaningful treatment plans in order to empower his patients to return to, and improve upon, their previous lifestyle.  Dr. Ascher was a captain of his NC...
Jennifer M. Nelson

Jennifer M. Nelson
- PT, DPT, DScPT

Jennifer M. Nelson, PT, DPT, DScPT, is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Certified, Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist, Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist/Dry Needling, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.   She earned her doctorates in physical therapy at the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences in 2008 and her Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy from Andrews University in 2017.  Dr. Nel...
Weena Dee

Weena Dee
- PT, DPT

Weena Dee, PT, DPT, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University near Philadelphia in 2009.Weena’s clinical interests include movement analysis, gait mechanics, functional electrical stimulation to enhance gait mechanics and improving functional independence.  Weena enjoys analyzing running mechanics and treating running injuries as well as lower extremity injuries and overuse syndromes.Weena is a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapists i...
Mandie Martuzzo

Mandie Martuzzo
- PT

Mandie Martuzzo, PT earned her Bachelor's of Physical Therapy at Northern Illinois University in 1998. Mandie has experience working with a broad range of orthopedic conditions, but has special interest in working with running/foot and ankle injuries and sports rehab. She is Dry Needling certified, and also utilizes Myofascial Release techniques often in her practice with patients. She enjoys using her clinical skills built over 20 years to help patients return to an active l...
Katrina Sholeen

Katrina Sholeen
- DPT

Katrina Sholeen, DPT, earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University in 2018.  She enjoys treating a wide variety of patients, and her specific clinical interests include rehabilitation of the knee and hip and working with athletes of all ages and ability levels to help them return to the activities they enjoy.  She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2015. Prior to pursuing a career as a physical therapist,...
Laura Vinci de Vanegas

Laura Vinci de Vanegas
- PT, DPT

Laura Vinci de Vanegas, PT, DPT, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Massachusetts in 2017. Prior to transitioning to a career in physical therapy, Laura worked as a professional dancer and performed with Chicago-based modern dance companies The Leopold Group, The Moving Architects, and Enid Smith Dance. As a dance educator, Laura taught ballet and modern dance in the Chicago Public Schools and at the Kaleidoscope Dance...

Occupational Therapy

Caitlin Smith

Caitlin Smith
- MS, OTR/L, ODT

Caitlin Smith, MS, OTR/L, ODT, earned her master's and doctorate degrees in occupational therapy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has a wide range of experience across the health care spectrum from pediatric to geriatric patients. Dr. Smith enjoys working with pediatric patients with sensory processing, emotional regulation and motor coordination difficulties. She also works with patients post upper extremity fracture and with chronic conditions such as rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, De Quervain’s, trigger finger, and tennis/golfer's elbow.  

Dr. Smith is passionate about promoting a holistic approach for her patients that addresses both the physical, emotional, and environmental factors contributing to her patient’s impairments. Through her extensive volunteer experience, Dr. Smith has become a strong advocate for expanding access to therapy for cancer survivors and better addressing long term side effects to allow them to return to their meaningful life activities.

Dr. Smith has served on several volunteer boards and currently sits on National Survivorship Council for CureSearch and presents on cancer survivorship topics locally and nationally.

What is occupational therapy?

Your daily life is made up of occupations; the meaningful activities that include everything from getting dressed, to being a parent, to cooking, or working.  We all have occupations; even children.  However, most people do not think about their many occupations and roles until they have trouble completing them. Numerous conditions can impair your ability to complete daily activities, such as a wrist injury that makes it difficult to button a shirt or nerve damage following a finger fracture that makes typing at your job painful.  An occupational therapist is a skilled practitioner who uses current research and evidence to evaluate and develop interventions for patients who are experiencing these difficulties.  With a background specializing in the upper extremity, as well as our patients and clients psychological, physical, social and emotional characteristics, occupational therapists can address your conditions and limitations applying a truly holistic approach. 

Some common upper extremity injuries that your occupational therapist can address include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Lateral and medial epicondylitis
  • De Quervain's syndrome
  • Trigger finger
  • Repetitive strain injuries and tendonitis of the wrist
  • Arthritis in the wrist and hand
  • Post wrist or digit fractures
  • Scar management
  • Decreased strength or coordination caused by neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's Disease or post stroke

Some common limitations that your occupational therapist can address:

  • Decreased participation, safety or independence with daily and instrumental activities of living
  • Muscle weakness, deconditioning and fatigue
  • Lack of coordination, decreased fine motor control and hand weakness
  • Chronic, pain management 
  • Cancer-related neuropathy
  • Cancer-related cognitive dysfunction
  • Physical impairments or acquired physical disability
  • Evaluation and training on adaptive equipment to increase safety and independence
  • Chronic disease and self-management, helping patients manage follow up appointments, symptoms and long-term side effects independently
  • Establishing balanced routines and incorporation of wellness-based activities to increase life satisfaction

You might need to see an occupational therapist if you have:

  • Difficulty completing activities of daily living, such as bathing and dressing
  • Difficulty completing Instrumental activities of daily living, such as working, cooking, shopping and accessing the community
  • Lack of coordination
  • Changes in sensation or tactile discrimination
  • Decreased strength, coordination or range of motion in upper extremity

Sample Diagnoses: Cancer, fatigue, neuropathy, loss of movement, joint stiffness or restriction, RA, OA, De Quervain's, Trigger finger, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, wrist sprain/strain, lateral/medial epicondylitis, UE fractures (including post ORIF), scar management, pain management, rotator cuff injury/surgery, Parkinson's, CVA, brain injury, general deconditioning, overuse injuries, repetitive strain injuries

Caitlin Smith

Caitlin Smith
- MS, OTR/L, ODT

Caitlin Smith, MS, OTR/L, ODT, earned her master's and doctorate degrees in occupational therapy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has a wide range of experience across the health care spectrum from pediatric to geriatric patients. Dr. Smith enjoys working with pediatric patients with sensory processing, emotional regulation and motor coordination difficulties. She also works with patients post upper extremity fracture and with chronic conditions such as rheumatoid and osteoarthriti...

Fitness Staff

John DoRosario

John DoRosario
- NASM-CPT, ATC, MS

John DoRosario, NASM-CPT, ATC, MS, is a certified personal trainer and has more than 20 years of experience in athletic training in basketball and football at the Division 1 college level, as well as working with athletes from high school through the professional level.  John has worked with athletes at the Olympic games in 1996 and 2014, NCAA basketball, tennis and golf championship games, The Red Hot Chili Peppers tour, and the Special Olympics. 


John brings this knowledge to his personal training, working to empower his clients and build them into conditioned "Great Movers" by listening to their needs, goals and dreams and preparing a plan for each individual's sport and or fitness lifestyle. John can assist clients with everything from to preseason conditioning, to preparing for a fitness event, such as Tough Mudder, a marathon or dodgeball, to learning techniques to " jump and dunk" or develop agility.


John continues to enjoy in participating in basketball pickup games himself, as well as 100-mile cycling tours.

Lauren Hawkins

Lauren Hawkins

Lauren Hawkins, is a certified group fitness instructor. She has been working as a group fitness instructor and physical therapy aide in a physical therapy setting for the past four years. Along with her clinical and fitness experience, she has helped facilitate and program high school cross country camps, as well as speed and agility camps for baseball athletes. Her passion for people, fitness, and travel took her overseas to develop a sports camp for the youth of a small village in Jinja, Uganda. Prior to becoming a fitness instructor, Lauren was a collegiate cross-country coach and worked with local high schools in developing a strength and conditioning program for cross-country athletes.

Amy Mashlykin

Amy Mashlykin
- ACE-CPT

Amy Mashlykin, ACE-CPT, is a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She has also completed the Pilates Method Alliance certification program and has 15 years of experience training clients across the lifespan, from college students to the older adult and in a variety of settings, including fitness center, colleges and universities, and corporate wellness programs. Amy enjoys incorporating functional and corrective movement activities into her sessions, as well as body weight and interval training.

Amy takes a holistic approach to health and wellness, stressing the importance of proper body mechanics and alignment, while working to gain mobility, strength, and endurance. She is supportive and encouraging while providing fitness programs that challenge her clients beyond their perceived limits and promoting concentration and control to achieve their fitness goals.

John DoRosario

John DoRosario
- NASM-CPT, ATC, MS

John DoRosario, NASM-CPT, ATC, MS, is a certified personal trainer and has more than 20 years of experience in athletic training in basketball and football at the Division 1 college level, as well as working with athletes from high school through the professional level.  John has worked with athletes at the Olympic games in 1996 and 2014, NCAA basketball, tennis and golf championship games, The Red Hot Chili Peppers tour, and the Special Olympics.  John brings this know...
Lauren Hawkins

Lauren Hawkins

Lauren Hawkins, is a certified group fitness instructor. She has been working as a group fitness instructor and physical therapy aide in a physical therapy setting for the past four years. Along with her clinical and fitness experience, she has helped facilitate and program high school cross country camps, as well as speed and agility camps for baseball athletes. Her passion for people, fitness, and travel took her overseas to develop a sports camp for the youth of a small village in Jinja, Ugan...
Amy Mashlykin

Amy Mashlykin
- ACE-CPT

Amy Mashlykin, ACE-CPT, is a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She has also completed the Pilates Method Alliance certification program and has 15 years of experience training clients across the lifespan, from college students to the older adult and in a variety of settings, including fitness center, colleges and universities, and corporate wellness programs. Amy enjoys incorporating functional and corrective movement activities into her sessions, as well as body weight an...

Massage Therapy

Patty Oria

Patty Oria
- LMT, Feldenkrais® and Anat Baniel SM Method Practitioner

Patty is a 20 year graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy where she instructed for 7 years. Her continuing education has taken her through Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage,Pre/Post Natal massage and Movement Re-education(Feldenkrais and The Anat Baniel Method).

She has worked extensively with the athlete and clients with chronic and acute pain. Her work can be subtle yet quite effective blending her extensive trainings.

Patty enjoys outdoor bootcamp, race walking and endless biking.

Patty sees clients at our Lakeview location.

Emily Smith

Emily Smith

Emily has completed massage therapy education and training in both the United Kingdom and in New York City. She has an International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) Level 3 Diploma in Massage Therapy, completed in 2011. She also graduated from New York City's Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in 2012 with an Associates of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy.

Emily specializes in corrective sports, therapeutic and medical massage. Her focus is on treating orthopedic & sports-related injuries, pre & post replacement surgery, traumatic injuries, chronic pain conditions and enhancing sports performance.

Emily has worked with clients in a variety of settings including sports clubs, wellness and pain management centers, and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

She has worked with a diverse group of people including the general population, junior and masters athletes, specialist strength athletes, competitive amateur athletes, professional baseball players and Olympians.

Certified in Advanced Sports Massage, Emily utilizes a wide variety of modalities including deep tissue massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point therapy, neuromuscular therapy and stretching. Emily believes that we are all “athletes” because of the physical demands placed on the body in everyday life, and she emphasizes the importance of self care outside of the massage room.

Emily loves being outside in nature, and vacations are often used to explore the wilderness. She enjoys hiking, mountain biking and anything on water. She can be found on the water, learning to row on her days off. She enjoys strength training with Kettlebells and Indian Clubs, and also completes a daily Tai Chi practice.

Patty Oria

Patty Oria
- LMT, Feldenkrais® and Anat Baniel SM Method Practitioner

Patty is a 20 year graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy where she instructed for 7 years. Her continuing education has taken her through Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage,Pre/Post Natal massage and Movement Re-education(Feldenkrais and The Anat Baniel Method). She has worked extensively with the athlete and clients with chronic and acute pain. Her work can be subtle yet quite effective blending her extensive trainings. Patty enjoys outdoor bootcamp, race walking and endless ...
Emily Smith

Emily Smith

Emily has completed massage therapy education and training in both the United Kingdom and in New York City. She has an International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) Level 3 Diploma in Massage Therapy, completed in 2011. She also graduated from New York City's Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in 2012 with an Associates of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy. Emily specializes in corrective sports, therapeutic and medical massage. Her focus is on treating orthopedic & sport...

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