Joseph P. Gravino received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Daemen College in 2015. Since graduation, Joseph has engaged himself in a variety of continuing education courses and experiences. He received his certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy within less than 1 year of being a full time physical therapist.
Michael R. Brown received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo in 2005. Since his graduation, Michael has worked in a variety of outpatient orthopaedic physical therapy practices where he gained valuable knowledge about how private practices operate.
Karl received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the Daemen College in 2020. Since his graduation, Karl has worked in a few outpatient orthopedic physical therapy practices where he gained valuable knowledge. He worked in a clinic that saw a wide range of injuries, which has given him the knowledge and skill set to work with a wide variety of patients.
Bryan received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the Daemen College in 2020. Since his graduation, Bryan has worked in a a few outpatient orthopaedic physical therapy practices where he gained valuable knowledge. He worked in a rural area where he was exposed to a variety of conditions and unique patient populations.
Brittany received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Daemen University in 2022.
She is a WNY native from Lancaster, NY and graduated from Lancaster High School in 2016. Brittany was a former competitive Irish dancer of which sparked her interest in physical therapy. Brittany has many interests in the field of physical therapy in regards to chronic back and neck pain. Currently, her professional goals are to obtain her MDT and NDS certification in the near future. Outside physical therapy, Brittany’s interests include sports, hiking and any thrill-seeking activities.
Elizabeth, an avid singer, earned her degree in Physical Therapy from the Presidential Honors Scholar Program at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In addition to her responsibilities as PT Supervisor at Beyond Boundaries Therapy for Kids, she is an adjunct faculty member teaching pediatrics in the Physical Therapy Department at Daemen College. She is also a Consultant for the Hunter's Hope Foundation and is certified in Manual Structural Correction - Symptom Recovery Models. Elizabeth, a life-long learner, is passionate about adaptive equipment and believes every person should have access to appropriate adaptive equipment without accruing massive debt.