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Wonsettler Physical Therapy offers patients unique and personalized recovery options movement disorders, Char- At Wonsettler Physical Therapy & Specialized Health, in Scenery Hill, helping their patients achieve long-term, pain free living is their up- most priority. ment Screen). The FMS is a movement screen designed for athletes that is used to identify dysfunction in balance, stability, and mobility in order to identify potential risks for injury along lie focuses treatment on neuro-muscular diseases, such as Parkinson's dis- ease, vestibular (dizziness) with deficits to guide your training program. disorders, CVA (stroke), Multiple Sclerosis, traumat- ic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. "Our staff is uniquely positioned to help our pa- tients excel," Cliff Wonsettler, owner and physi- Patrick Dumais, physical therapist - Patrick grad- cal therapist, said. "We try to understand what drives a person. We want to eliminate any issues and barriers and focus on what motivates our uated from Shenandoah University in 2020 with his Doctor of Physical Thera- py degree. Previously, he patients to help them reach their goals." Charlie is certified in LSVT BIG, an effective, evidence-based and empow- With six full-time physical therapists and four support staff members, WPT is able to offer one-on-one, specialized care that focuses on pa- tients' full needs, not just stretches and exercise. logical conditions. ering treatment for people in all stages of Par- kinson's disease with application to other neuro- earned his bachelor's de- gree in health sciences from Marymount University. In addition to working with neurological dis- orders, Charlie is certified in SFMA. SFMA is "We make sure we know all we can about our Patrick is a firm believer in the WPT approach of holistic patient-centered care. His desire to help bridge the gap between rehab and sports per- formance has prompted him to pursue the CSCS certification through the NSCA, which he plans to complete in 2021. Patrick's main areas of focus are orthopedics, sports performance/rehab and patients," Wonsettler said. "Physical therapy is a very personal, intimate experience." a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain - not just the source - by logically breaking down dys- functional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment. Tailored treatment plans and their holistic ap- proach also help to make a difference. "We really value and understand how import- ant lifestyle choices are and how much stress can affect physical pain and affect recovery," Wonsettler said. "When you're stressed, your physical pain is amplified. We intentionally have conversations to help discover any stressors and work to help move things in the right direction." chronic pain. Kelsey Little, physical ther- apist - Kelsey graduated from Duquesne University in 2016 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She re- ceived a bachelor's degree in biology and a bachelor's degree in health sciences from Duquesne University Macy Guisto, physical therapist - Macy graduat- ed from Thomas Jefferson University with her Doc- torate in Physical Therapy in May of 2020. She com- pleted her undergraduate studies at Penn State Uni- Meet the dedicated WPT team: Cliff Wonsettler, physi- cal therapist/owner - Cliff in 2014. received his Doctor of While Kelsey has experi- ence treating all diagnoses, she specializes in versity receiving her bach- elor's degree in kinesiology, Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008, and is a certified treating the neurologic population. Kelsey is strength and conditioning coach through the National clients recruit their appropriate muscles while Strength and Conditioning completing their daily tasks. Association. movement science. She is fully committed to providing patient-cen- tered care focused on allowing patients to ul- timately return to the activities that they love. Macy is passionate about incorporating training that is highly functional with an emphasis on liv- ing well and creating lasting healthy habits. certified in NDT, a hands-on technique to help Lenny Murgi, physical ther- apist - Lenny graduated from Duquesne University in 2017 with a bachelor's de- gree in biology and bach- elor's degree in health sci- ence. He went on to receive his Doctor of Physical Ther- apy from Duquesne in 2019. Additionally, he received certifications in the ap- plication of Dry Needling, am Level 1 and 2 cer- To learn more about the Wonsettler Physical Therapy & Specialized Health team and how they can help you, call 724-945-5161 or visit wonsettlerpt.com. tified in the Selective Functional Movement As- sessment (SFMA), and has a Level 1 certification from the Titleist Performance Institute, which is designed to help golfers understand how their physical issues may affect their golf swing. Sponsored content brought to you by Charlie Wonsettler, physical therapist - Charlie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2017 with his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Spe- cializing in the areas of dizziness, balance and Lenny enjoys working with a wide variety of patients, from young athletes to older adults. He has taken SFMA and FMS (Functional Move- WPT W ONSETTLER Physical Therapy & Specialized Health Wonsettler Physical Therapy offers patients unique and personalized recovery options movement disorders, Char- At Wonsettler Physical Therapy & Specialized Health, in Scenery Hill, helping their patients achieve long-term, pain free living is their up- most priority. ment Screen). The FMS is a movement screen designed for athletes that is used to identify dysfunction in balance, stability, and mobility in order to identify potential risks for injury along lie focuses treatment on neuro-muscular diseases, such as Parkinson's dis- ease, vestibular (dizziness) with deficits to guide your training program. disorders, CVA (stroke), Multiple Sclerosis, traumat- ic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. "Our staff is uniquely positioned to help our pa- tients excel," Cliff Wonsettler, owner and physi- Patrick Dumais, physical therapist - Patrick grad- cal therapist, said. "We try to understand what drives a person. We want to eliminate any issues and barriers and focus on what motivates our uated from Shenandoah University in 2020 with his Doctor of Physical Thera- py degree. Previously, he patients to help them reach their goals." Charlie is certified in LSVT BIG, an effective, evidence-based and empow- With six full-time physical therapists and four support staff members, WPT is able to offer one-on-one, specialized care that focuses on pa- tients' full needs, not just stretches and exercise. logical conditions. ering treatment for people in all stages of Par- kinson's disease with application to other neuro- earned his bachelor's de- gree in health sciences from Marymount University. In addition to working with neurological dis- orders, Charlie is certified in SFMA. SFMA is "We make sure we know all we can about our Patrick is a firm believer in the WPT approach of holistic patient-centered care. His desire to help bridge the gap between rehab and sports per- formance has prompted him to pursue the CSCS certification through the NSCA, which he plans to complete in 2021. Patrick's main areas of focus are orthopedics, sports performance/rehab and patients," Wonsettler said. "Physical therapy is a very personal, intimate experience." a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain - not just the source - by logically breaking down dys- functional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment. Tailored treatment plans and their holistic ap- proach also help to make a difference. "We really value and understand how import- ant lifestyle choices are and how much stress can affect physical pain and affect recovery," Wonsettler said. "When you're stressed, your physical pain is amplified. We intentionally have conversations to help discover any stressors and work to help move things in the right direction." chronic pain. Kelsey Little, physical ther- apist - Kelsey graduated from Duquesne University in 2016 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She re- ceived a bachelor's degree in biology and a bachelor's degree in health sciences from Duquesne University Macy Guisto, physical therapist - Macy graduat- ed from Thomas Jefferson University with her Doc- torate in Physical Therapy in May of 2020. She com- pleted her undergraduate studies at Penn State Uni- Meet the dedicated WPT team: Cliff Wonsettler, physi- cal therapist/owner - Cliff in 2014. received his Doctor of While Kelsey has experi- ence treating all diagnoses, she specializes in versity receiving her bach- elor's degree in kinesiology, Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008, and is a certified treating the neurologic population. Kelsey is strength and conditioning coach through the National clients recruit their appropriate muscles while Strength and Conditioning completing their daily tasks. Association. movement science. She is fully committed to providing patient-cen- tered care focused on allowing patients to ul- timately return to the activities that they love. Macy is passionate about incorporating training that is highly functional with an emphasis on liv- ing well and creating lasting healthy habits. certified in NDT, a hands-on technique to help Lenny Murgi, physical ther- apist - Lenny graduated from Duquesne University in 2017 with a bachelor's de- gree in biology and bach- elor's degree in health sci- ence. He went on to receive his Doctor of Physical Ther- apy from Duquesne in 2019. Additionally, he received certifications in the ap- plication of Dry Needling, am Level 1 and 2 cer- To learn more about the Wonsettler Physical Therapy & Specialized Health team and how they can help you, call 724-945-5161 or visit wonsettlerpt.com. tified in the Selective Functional Movement As- sessment (SFMA), and has a Level 1 certification from the Titleist Performance Institute, which is designed to help golfers understand how their physical issues may affect their golf swing. Sponsored content brought to you by Charlie Wonsettler, physical therapist - Charlie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2017 with his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Spe- cializing in the areas of dizziness, balance and Lenny enjoys working with a wide variety of patients, from young athletes to older adults. He has taken SFMA and FMS (Functional Move- WPT W ONSETTLER Physical Therapy & Specialized Health