Matthew Goodemote is the owner of Goodemote Physical Therapy, PLLC.
His 20 plus years of experience offers a unique blend of exercise based therapy and manual therapy to achieve the best outcomes possible.
Dan Smith PTA, LMT is a physical therapist assistant and licensed massage therapist. Dan uses several manual therapy techniques to aid in a patient's recovery.
Sarah Avery, DPT. Sarah embraces the concept of treating the “whole” person. She takes an integrative approach with a focus is in women’s health. Sarah treats collegiate dancers for dance-related injury and prevention. This Fall (2019) Sarah will be providing physical therapy to the Skidmore College Dance Program. Sarah is pursuing her certification in Medical Therapeutic Yoga (Fall 2019) to provide you a unique opportunity to use the benefits of yoga combined with the science of physical therapy to achieve your goals.
Katie Mars, DPT. Katie practices a preventative and holistic approach emphasizing a safe return to recreation and sports with activity-specific training. Katie uses movement analysis and corrective exercises as a tool to restore a patient’s function and to reduce the patient’s risk of injury. Katie is certified in both Kinesiotaping and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization to assist with individualized treatment and exercise programming.
Jaclyn Nanna PT, DPT. She has been working with both adult and adolescent population for the past two years, helping to build her diversity as a therapist. Jaclyn has a background in several different sports such as competitive figure skating, track and field, and Crossfit, which have all enhanced her knowledge and added to her development as an orthopedic therapist
Goodemote Physical Therapy provides a unique "Total Body Assessment" to identify the most effective treatments that have an immediate impact on your condition. We create an individualized road-map for our patients to guide them to the quickest recovery possible.