Mary Duffy Zupkus PT, MPA
President, and Clinical Director
- Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Masters in Public Administration, 2002, concentration in Health Policy
- University of Connecticut, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, 1973
Clinical Interests: Active clinical practice focusing on evaluation and management of individuals with complex spinal and orthopedic pathologies. Central to her clinical practice is emphasis on sustainable outcomes in spinal disorders and management of chronic conditions to optimize health and wellness.
In addition to clinical care, Mary holds an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor, Adjunct Faculty at MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston.
She is the recipient of the 2003 Clinical Excellence Award from the APTA of MA and was recognized by the University of Connecticut in 2012 as the Outstanding Physical Therapy Professional.
Mary has been in active leadership roles in the American Physical Therapy Association since 1973 and presently is serving as the President of the Massachusetts Chapter, APTAMA.
Heather Broglio PT, OCS
Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist, Senior Physical Therapist
- University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy, 1989
- Residency in Manual Therapy, Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (2000)
- CSCS, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Heather's interest in sport injuries in women and young girls comes from her own experience as a competitive athlete in cycling and soccer.
PMelissa DelRossi, PT, DPT
- University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2006
- Westfield State College, Westfield, MA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 2000
Clinical Interest: Along with her experience in orthopedics and sports physical therapy Melissa has a special interest in neurological and vestibular disorders.
Melissa was the recipient of the Clinical and Academic Excellence Award by University of Massachusetts, Class of 2006.