Church Hill Physical Therapy

Newtown's leading provider for all of your physical therapy needs.  Locally owned and operated, serving Newtown and surrounding areas since 2003.  The strength of the office comes from it's staff.

Tom DiNicola PTA-BS

Co-Owner

30 + years of experience

Worked with members of the New York Mets baseball team and World Wrestling Entertainment

Specializes inpost operative care and return to sports

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Matt Taylor PTA BS

  • 10+ years experience

  • NCAA D-III soccer player at Fransiscan University

  • Clinical instructor for Norwalk and Naugatuck Community College PTA programs

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Front Desk

Nancy, Patti, Hunter

  • Nancy, Patti and Hunter's expertise at the front desk helps to create a great experience for the patients at Church Hill Physical Therapy

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Rachel Ortiz PTA

  • PTA from Naugatuck Valley Community College

  • Specializes in post operative care as well as returning patients to sports and higher level activitivies

  • Interests include yoga and hiking

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Ray Weitekamp

MS, PT, OCS

Co-Owner

  • Undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh

  • MS,PT from Arcadia University

  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

  • 20+ years of experience

  • Youth lacrosse, soccer and basketball coach

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Kathy DiMarco PT

  • Graduated from Kean College/University of Medicine in Newark NJ

  • Specializes in manual therapy techniques including myofascial, Mulligan techniques, McKenzie Method and kineseotaping

  • 30+ years experience

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Mark Gerace PT

  • Graduated from the University of Scranton with a BS in PT

  • Dept Chair of Physical Education and Health at Newtown High School

  • Youth football, basketball and lacrosse coach in Newtown

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PT Aides

Jake, Will, Lauren, Hunter

  • The aides work to help patients through exercises, prepare the tables and gym, and create a fun atmoshphere for therapy

  • They may or may not be professional surfers

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