Gilbert PT Aug 2017

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The Gilbert Gazette

Exciting News at Gilbert Physical Therapy Congratulations to Our New Partners, Dr. Chris and Dr. Jon

A t Gilbert Physical Therapy, of your ailments. Our therapy is based on the most current research and evidence, which ensures that patients who receive care from us are getting treated with proven techniques and strategies. This summer, Gilbert Physical Therapy reorganized the clinic to better promote our current values and expand our expertise. We have merged with Madden Physical Therapy in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. You will not see any changes on the surface, and nothing will change in terms of the service we provide. We simply will have a larger, more capable team extended to the East shore as well. The changes we’ve made make us more efficient and allow us to keep serving our community with the highest possible standards. The biggest change, I am proud to announce, is the promotion of Dr. Chris Sierotowicz and Dr. Jon Milliron to partners in our practice. Dr. Chris Sierotowicz grew up in the suburbs of Mechanicsburg near Lewisberry. He has always been drawn to helping others, and we specialize in treating pain by finding and resolving the root cause

this, combined with his own personal experience with physical therapy,

inspired him to pursue a career as a physical therapist. He has his undergraduate bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University, and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy fromTemple University. Dr. Sierotowicz enjoys having the opportunity to diagnose people and help them return to doing the activities they love. He is also a very organized and efficient worker. Dr. Jon Milliron is originally from Altoona. He received his bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in 2008. After graduating from Saint Francis University with his doctorate in physical therapy, Dr. Milliron began treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions. He specializes in treatment of the spine, sports rehabilitation, manipulative therapy, and outcome-based treatment. Dr. Milliron has a strong desire to serve his community and provide the highest quality of physical therapy.

the practice continue to grow. During the years these two men have been at Gilbert Physical Therapy, I have watched these men grow as clinicians. I’m proud to call them partners. We have some new faces in our clinic, too. Sadly, our previous aides wrapped up their work at Gilbert Physical Therapy in order to return to school, but we have a new group of wonderful people taking their place. Don’t be afraid to say hi and get to know the new staff the next time you come in. As we work our way into fall, we will continue to expand our workshops and promotional days, which include free screenings, so stay tuned!

It is my honor to welcome Chris and Jon as partners, and I am looking forward to watching

– Michael M Gilbert, DPT | 1

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