Dr. Stacey Raybuck Schatz is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She has 35 years of clinical practice experience, concentrated in orthopedics and sports medicine. She is the founder and director of Professional Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine™ in Franklin, Massachusetts which is celebrating 30 years of service to the community.
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Dr. Gregory Patt was raised in Bellingham and grew up playing soccer & lacrosse. He found his love for physical therapy after he broke his foot while in the second grade. He recalls his patient experience with physical therapy as fun and positive, and he knew that this is what he wanted to do! Dr. Patt graduated from Quinnipiac University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and he became a certified orthopedic manual therapist in 2020. He is also certified in Dry Needling through Kinetacore since 2019.
Dr. Jill broke her leg when she was just 16 years old and was told by her surgeon she may never regain full mobility. It was Dr. Jill’s Physical Therapist who kept her spirits high during this time and worked with her to gain full motion of her ankle. This experience made her appreciate the miracles of PT and eventually led her to decide providing quality of care to others is what she was destined to do! She believes in a functional and active approach of PT to allow her patients to return back to what they love to do and maximize their highest level of function.
Dr. Juliana Ross grew up in New York City. Juliana found her passion for physical therapy late in her undergraduate career, when she switched from a trajectory of designing prosthetics as a biomedical engineer to finding a genuine love for the dynamic and creative process of helping people reach their goals through movement.
Dr. Ali loves to combine hands-on therapy with individualized strengthening & stabilization exercises. Her goal is to tailor the patient’s treatment to maximize their function and get them back to the things they love. She is certified in dry needling through myopain seminars. She enjoys treating a variety of diagnoses, but has a special interest in TMJ dysfunction.
Dr. Erika first got interested in physical therapy when she was in high school and suffered a knee injury. She loved the relationship that her physical therapist made with her and she wanted to be able to be that person for other people. She is very passionate about helping people gain back the ability to do what they love. Dr. Erika combines hands-on techniques with functional and tailored exercises to each of her patients to help them reach their goals.
Aniefiok “Ani” Isen, PT, DPT is the Director of Telehealth Physical Therapy. With just under 15 years of clinical practice, Dr. Isen brings a diverse background of therapies to this role. With experience in private practice, outpatient orthopedics, pain management, home health, skilled nursing, long-term care, assisted living, and memory care settings…
Dr. Jules grew up in South Jersey. She completed her undergraduate coursework in Exercise Science and Deaf Studies at Towson University. Jules received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware in 2023.
Amber Robbins, Physical Therapist Assistant has been working at Professional Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine™ since November 2009. She graduated from Community College of Rhode Island with high honors. She was first introduced to physical therapy her freshman year of high school during her first cross country season when she started getting knee pain.
Alex was inspired to pursue a career in physical therapy after her experiences as a patient three separate times for knee injuries due to playing soccer in high school. She loved the way that the therapists would build relationships with their patients while simultaneously relieving them of pain.
Keith graduated from the PTA program at the Community College of Rhode Island. He originally obtained a bachelor’s degree in business, but years later decided he wanted a career change!