Dr. Sean T. Lordan
Northeastern University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
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Dr. Lordan is a graduate of Northeastern University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. He is Specialty Certified in Orthopedics by the American Physical Therapy Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (OCS). He is also recognized as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
His clinical expertise ranges from treating pediatrics to various Professional and Olympic athletes. He has made a habit of establishing routine protocols to help adjust and restore your body from the high demands of today’s job market. He has practiced in California, Utah, and Georgia among other places in various clinical settings.
Throughout his clinical endeavors Dr. Lordan has treated a myriad of musculoskeletal disorders including repetitive trauma or overuse injury, tendonosis/itis, sciatica and low back pain, and patello-femoral dysfunction, all with successful outcomes. He also specializes in sport conditioning and rehabilitation, and has the ability to specify personal treatment plans tailored to your health and well-being.
The key to Dr. Lordan’s approach is one-on one-care provided by a board certified Specialist.
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Dr. Geena Terino
Dr. Geena Terino completed an accelerated Pre-Medical program at MCPHS Boston and later earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at MCPHS Worcester in 2017. Geena is experienced in a wide array of diagnoses ranging from complex medical to sports related orthopedic. She treated patients in acute care cardiac and neurological wards, pediatric patients in schools, and athletes in various settings. Geena’s experience allows her to offer a holistic, patient-centered and well-rounded approach to therapy.
As a former Junior Olympic Gymnast and member of both varsity and nationally ranked softball teams, Geena recognizes the importance of peak performance. She understands the desire to return not only to sports, but normal activities of daily life. Dr. Terino’s goal as a therapist is to provide preventative care, sustained results, and improved quality of life.
Dr. Samantha G. Santiago
Dr. Samantha Santiago received her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at MCPHS University Worcester in 2018. Samantha is interested in current research with topics varying from the effects of smoking on skeletal muscle to Women’s Health topics such as the treatment of stress urinary incontinence. Samantha has experience in a wide array of diagnoses ranging from complex medical to sports and orthopedic disorders. She has experience in treating total hip/knee replacements and ACL repairs from post surgery in the hospital setting through the outpatient setting. Samantha’s experience allows her to recognize and work towards patient’s goals throughout the rehabilitation process.
Samantha enjoys staying active and is interested in trying new exercises from Aerial yoga to Zumba and everything in between. She also loves traveling and experiencing new cultures which serve as inspiration for a healthy lifestyle and new treatment techniques. Dr. Santiago’s goal as a therapist is to provide a well-rounded, holistic approach to help patients achieve their personal goals and prevent future injury.