Alessandro Antonini, PT, DPT, CIMT, FAAOMPT, graduated from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in 2001 with a Master’s in Physical Therapy. He then completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Drexel University and became a Certified Integrative Manual Therapist (CIMT) from Great Lakes Seminars in 2006. He completed a residency and fellowship program with The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2008, becoming a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT).
Alex currently practices full-time in a multi-disciplinary outpatient orthopaedic setting located in Plymouth Meeting, PA (suburban Philadelphia), where he is the Center Therapy Director. In addition to his full-time work, Alex serves as clinical mentor for therapists pursuing their FAAOMPT distinction. He is currently affiliated with 4 of the major APTA credentialed fellowship programs. To date, he has mentored 25+ current fellows. Alex has also served as adjunct faculty in the Physical Therapy program at Widener University in Chester, PA since 2003.
His clinical approach mainly focuses on regional interdependence for all patients treated, with a special interest in Neurodynamic treatment approaches.
Jeff Rogers Jr., PT, DPT, FAAOMPT graduated from University of the Sciences in 2004 with a Master’s in Physical Therapy. He then completed his Doctorate in Physical therapy, also from USciences, in 2005. Jeff completed his manual therapy residency program through The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2008. He then went on to obtain his status as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2010.
Jeff is currently a Director of Clinical Services for an outpatient orthopaedic therapy provider, with his territory including 20 centers in Eastern PA, Southern NJ and DE. Jeff is also an approved fellowship mentor for MTI and has lectured at several universities, professional organizations and employers.
Jeff is a strong believer in the need to have a well-rounded continuing education background so that the treatment approach can be tailored to the patient. He is also passionate about teaching because he knows that he can impact more patients by helping to improve therapists’ clinical skills.
Sarah Bentley, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT is a graduate from Texas State University in 2006, earning a degree in Exercise and Sports Science. She then went on to complete her Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Texas State University in 2008. She received her fellowship through The Manual Therapy Institute in 2010 and her Board Certification in Orthopedics (OCS) in 2012. Finally, she became a Red Raider and completed her Doctorate in Physical therapy from Texas Tech University in 2012.
Sarah has been a lead instructor with Mid-Atlantic Manual Therapy Consultants since 2015, teaching both weekend courses and the CMNT certification series across the country. Neurodynamics is her favorite course to teach. She has also served as a mentor for The Manual Therapy Institute, graduating 15+ fellows since 2010.
Sarah started her career in 2008, serving the occupational medicine injury population at Concentra. Here she was a multisite director overseeing Dallas, TX area market. While at Concentra, Sarah also served as the Chair of the Medical Expert Panel helping to assure the company staying focused on continued clinical success while also helping to write policy and procedure to assure operational excellence. In 2020, Sarah joined Results Physiotherapy to start an all de novo market in Dallas, which has grown rapidly since then. She now serves as a Regional Vice President for Results Physiotherapy. Her desire as a leader is to help others reach their full potential living by the motto, “Be better than you were yesterday” and “Choose Joy.”
Frank Buzin, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT graduated from West Chester University with his BS in Biology in 2008. After graduating he the completed his DPT from Slippery Rock University in 2013. Frank completed a residency program through The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2016. He then went on to obtain his status as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2017.
Frank currently practices full-time in an outpatient orthopedic setting located in Bath, PA (Lehigh Valley) where he is the Facility Director. In addition to his full-time work, Frank serves as a clinic mentor for student physical therapists.
Frank’s clinical approach is focused on utilizing manual therapy techniques to allow patients to return to daily living and recreational activities. He enjoys teaching other clinicians new techniques to implement into everyday practice.
Gianara Campasano, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT graduated cum laude from Northern Arizona University with her BS in Exercise Science degree in 2010. She went on to complete her DPT at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in 2013. Gianara completed her manual therapy residency program through The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2015 and obtained her status as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2016.
Gianara currently practices full-time in an outpatient sports orthopedic setting located in Phoenix, AZ as the lead physical therapist. In addition to her full-time work, Gianara serves as a clinic mentor for the A.T. Still University Orthopedic Residency program and has been clinical instructor to over 35 student physical therapists. In addition, Gianara is one of the directors for the Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency program.
Gianara’s clinical approach is heavily focused on functional movement analysis and incorporating manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise into achieving her patients’ goals. She has a passion for teaching clinicians and students to take their clinical decision making and manual skill sets to the next level.
Rachel Miller, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, CSCS graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with her BS in Biomedical Engineering with an emphasis on Biomechanics and Biomaterials in 2008. She went on to complete her DPT from The George Washington University and graduated in 2011. Rachel completed her manual therapy residency program through The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2014. She then went on to obtain her status as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2016.
Rachel is currently a Director of Therapy Operations for a national outpatient orthopedic therapy provider, with her territory including 15 clinics in the South Texas area. Since completing her fellowship, Rachel is an approved fellowship mentor for MTI and is adjunct faculty in the Texas State University DPT program.
Rachel’s clinical approach is heavily focused on identifying faulty movement patterns and utilizing manual therapy to optimize the biomechanical environment and improve overall functional performance. She has a passion for learning and teaching clinicians new techniques that are practical and can be applied immediately.
Steven Solecki PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, CSCS earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rutgers University in 2013. Prior to graduating, he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Steven completed his Manual Therapy residency program through The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI) in 2016. He then went on to obtain his status as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2018.
Steven owns a sports performance physical therapy practice located in Wilmington, NC, where he treats full time. In addition to his full-time work, he serves as a clinical mentor for Physical Therapists working to earn their FAAOMPT distinction, as well as to Student Physical Therapists.
Steven’s clinical approach focuses on identifying underlying movement dysfunctions, utilizing Manual Therapy techniques to restore joint biomechanics and facilitate and more optimal environment for healing and graded loading with the goal of returning to sport and improved health and wellness. He is passionate about teaching other Physical Therapists to improve their clinical reasoning and hands-on skill sets.
Stephanie Resendiz, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT graduated from Penn State University with a BS in Kinesiology in 2015. She then pursued her DPT at Thomas Jefferson University and graduated in 2018. Just a few months later, she started her fellowship with the Manual Therapy Institute and then went on to obtain her status as Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) in 2022. Stephanie is also a board-certified orthopedic specialist, earning the credentials of OCS in 2020.
Stephanie currently practices full-time in an outpatient clinic in West Chester, PA, where she serves as Clinical Manager. She is also a mentor and course instructor for therapists in an Orthopedic Residency program in the Chester and York County regions, with the focus of evaluation and treatment of the temporomandibular joint. In addition to this, she has developed a course for dentists to further identify temporomandibular disorder in the community and promote interdisciplinary treatment approaches for these patients.
Stephanie’s clinical approach focuses on identifying specific movement dysfunctions and developing an individualized treatment plan based on those findings. She utilizes manual therapy techniques and specific exercises to optimize the movement patterns needed to achieve individual goals and return to functional and recreational activities. She has a passion for education, which starts in the clinic with patients and extends to students and other Physical Therapists.
Julianne (Julie) Everswick, PT, DPT, graduated in 2011 from Cedarville University with a BS in Biology. She completed her DPT in 2015 at Drexel University. She is currently working on her Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Therapy with The Manual Therapy Institute (MTI), and expects to complete it in 2022.
Julie practices as a full-time therapist in an outpatient orthopedic clinic in West Chester, PA, where she has worked since 2015. Additionally, she serves as a clinic mentor to undergraduate and doctoral students. She has helped develop curriculum for an Orthopedic Residency program, specifically related to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). She also lectures in courses with a focus on the evaluation and treatment of the TMJ. Approximately 1/3 of the patients she treats specifically present with TMJ dysfunction.
Julie’s clinical approach is dedicated to promoting wellness of the whole person. She utilizes Manual Therapy skills and targeted exercises to help facilitate healthy movement, so patients can obtain their individual goals for their bodies and their lives. She enjoys promoting good education, both in helping patients learn how to care for themselves, and in teaching other clinicians and students, promoting better quality care for patients.
Adam Bentley, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT is a graduate from Texas A&M in 2009, earning a degree in Agricultural Leadership and Development. He then went on to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Texas Women’s University in 2013. He received his fellowship through The Manual Therapy Institute in 2016 and his board certification in orthopedics in 2019. Adam has also completed all coursework in dry needling through Myopain Seminars in 2014 and Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete through The Institute of Clinical Excellence in 2022.
Adam started his career in 2013 with Concentra serving in various roles, most recently as the Associate Director of Clinical Services for Dallas. Adam has been a mentor through MTI for Fellows in Training since 2016 and is currently serving as the Regional Director for Athletico in DFW.
Adam’s clinical approach focuses on matching patient goals and motivation with a holistic clinical approach. He utilizes Manual Therapy, patient education, and progressive exercise to help patients feel empowered to take charge of their healthcare through healthy, sustainable habits.