- Meet Our Staff
Dr. Sean T. Lordan
Dr. Mariah Liberty
Dr. Stephanie Franciose
Dr. Cassie Ciuk
Dr. Marisa Woitkosk
Mary Lou Lordan
Dr. Geena Terino
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Dr. Sean T. Lordan, Physical Therapist
- Northeastern University, Boston MA – Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Northeastern University, Boston MA – B.S. Rehab Science – cum laude
- St. John’s High School, Shrewsbury MA
- Specialty Certified in Orthopedics (OCS) – American Physical Therapy Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Certified in Spinal Manipulation
- Certified in Dry Needling
More About Sean:
Dr. Sean T. Lordan is a leading Physical Therapist and author of 11 Winning Secrets – Stop Aging In Its Tracks. His focus is on delivering excellence in medicine and individualized care. His clinical practice is expansive, treating patients from pediatrics to professional and Olympic athletes.
Dr. Lordan is Specialty Certified in Orthopedics by the American Physical Therapy Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (OCS). He is recognized as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is Certified in Spinal Manipulation and Dry Needling.
Dr. Lordan is credited with establishing routine protocols to help adjust and strengthen the body. He routinely works with athletes, focusing on sports conditioning and rehabilitation, and regularly designs personalized treatment plans tailored to his patients’ health, well-being, and specific goals.
Dr. Lordan has treated a myriad of musculoskeletal disorders, including repetitive trauma or overuse injury, tendinosis/itis, sciatica and other low back pain, and patellofemoral dysfunction-all with successful outcomes and a focus on long-lasting wellness.
More from Dr. Lordan
- OPINION: From the physical therapist: Three tips for achy shoulders
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- 3 Advancements in Physical Therapy in 2018
- Three Tips for Teen Athletes to Conquer Spring Season
- Order Dr. Lordan’s latest Book : 11 Winning Secrets- Stop Aging in Its Tracks
Brooke Lordan, Co-Owner
As you probably have already gathered, CPT is a family owned and operated business, and that includes the wife of Owner Dr. Sean Lordan, Brooke Lordan. Brooke is a graduate of Northeastern University with a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Brooke is no stranger to the healthcare world. She began her career as a treating clinician in 2010 working in various settings including acute and sub acute rehabilitation, long term care, and home health. She then pursued her desire for leadership and climbed the corporate ladder as a Director of Rehabilitation, Regional Manager, and then a Regional Vice President of Operations prior to making the switch to the team here at CPT! Brooke is passionate about client outcomes, superior clinical care, and cultivating relationships with not just our clients, but our exceptional team here at CPT. Fun fact: Brooke was Teen Miss CT and held almost dozen local Miss titles as a classically trained competitive dancer. She later co-founded and was the creative director at a competitive dance studio in MA.
Dr. Mariah Liberty, Physical Therapist
- Functional Movement Screen Certified (FMSC)
- Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES)
More About Mariah:
Dr. Mariah Liberty received her Bachelor’s Degree in health science and a minor in Psychology from Lincoln University in PA while playing Division II soccer and softball. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at MCPHS University Worcester in 2016. Mariah has a diverse background working in orthopedics, acute care, home care, pediatrics and with high level athletes. Mariah has also lectured and coached at the collegiate level. She has a passion for teaching along with staying up to date on the most current research and treatment techniques. Mariah’s experience allows her to treat a wide variety of conditions with compassion and an integrated approach with skilled manual therapy, corrective exercise, and patient education.
Mariah grew up in Vermont and is excited to be back in the New England area after living in NJ for 5 years. She enjoys hiking, cooking and being outside, especially anywhere near the water. Dr. Liberty’s goal as a therapist is to provide exceptional personalized care with a focus towards the patient’s individual goals to achieve results.
Dr. Stephanie Franciose, Physical Therapist
Dr. Steph Franciose completed her Bachelor’s of Science in Neuroscience from Stonehill College in 2012 and then went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 2015. Steph has experience treating a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions in patients of all ages and has a special interest in pediatric patients as well as vestibular and concussion recovery. Steph also has experience treating patients with MS, Parkinson’s Disease, post-stroke, and post amputation. Steph aims to provide her patients with optimal care which looks at the whole person, rather than just their pathology or specific diagnosis utilizing evidence based research and current treatment techniques. Steph believes that when patients feel listened to and well cared for it greatly increases their likelihood of success in physical therapy.
Outside of work, Steph enjoys hiking, traveling, going to the beach and watching jeopardy.
Dr. Cassie Ciuk, Physical Therapist
Dr. Cassie Ciuk received her Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology with a cognate in motor and cognitive neuroscience from Michigan State University in May 2019. She was a member of the Michigan State co-ed cheerleading team for 4 years. Cassie received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of South Florida in August 2022. Cassie has experience in coaching youth and high school cheerleading. She is looking forward to beginning her physical therapy career with CPT with hands-on techniques and interventions for patient-centered care.
Dr. Marisa Woitkoski, Physical Therapist
Dr. Marisa Woitkoski received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2018 from Springfield College. She continued on at Springfield College to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2021. Following graduation Marisa completed a physical therapy internship in Major League Soccer with FC Cincinnati.
Marisa has experience treating a variety of orthopedic conditions. Marisa strives to provide high quality patient centered care to help patients achieve their goals and return to activities they love. Marisa has a clinical interest in Sports Medicine and has experience working with athletes of all ages both on and off the field. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sportsmetrics Certified Trainer. Marisa plans to pursue continuing education courses to further her knowledge on injury prevention including ACL and overuse injuries in youth sports. She hopes to bridge the gap between high school AT rooms and PT clinics to provide a team centered approach for injury prevention and safe return to sports for all athletes.
Christina DiPaoli, Physical Therapy Assistant
Christina completed her PTA degree in 2001 at Becker College. She has worked in various settings that include schools, subacute care, homecare and outpatient.
Treatment techniques include: Manual therapy, muscle energy techniques and IASTM.
By living a natural toxin free lifestyle she likes to try to bring a holistic approach to health and well being. Christina feels blessed to help patients return to their normal daily life/work and assist them in reaching their physical therapy goals.
Christina enjoys working with all types of patients and has a special interest in working with equestrians, as she rode and evented for a few years.
Outside of work Christina enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with friends, trying out new recipes and being an active member in her church.
Mary Lou Lordan, Patient Experience Team Lead
Mary Lou, or more endearingly known as “Auntie Lou,” brings a ray of sunshine to Concierge PT. With 35+ Years of experience as an Educator in Littleton, MA and then Private School systems teaching Mathematics, she brings a unique background to apply to the culture here at Concierge PT. If you are not greeted by a smile from Mary Lou, then something is seriously wrong! Mary Lou prides herself in offering the highest level of customer service- authentically- something so often lacking in our healthcare system. We are very proud to have Auntie Lou as part of the CPT Team.
Courtney Newton, Billing Specialist
Courtney received her Bachelors of Arts Degree in English/Communications from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. With over 12 years of experience in the Physical Therapy Administrative field and many Medical Billing Certifications, Courtney brings a level of expertise that ensures top patient satisfaction. She is happy to help with any medical billing questions you might have. In her spare time she likes to go hiking with her two dogs.
Kenji Sugawara, Front Office Administrator
Kenji received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Massachusetts – Lowell, and later, his certification to practice manual therapy as a Rolfing® structural integration practitioner. Kenji is committed to providing quality patient care by removing as much confusion as possible when it comes to the administrative aspects of starting physical therapy treatment. Outside of his role as a Front Office Administrator in our Sutton office, Kenji enjoys playing volleyball, modern board games, and has a private Rolfing practice in Shrewsbury, MA.
Laura Chaput, Operations Director
Laura received her Bachelor of Arts in English/Communications from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Laura’s background combines two things she loves- working in the Physical Therapy field and Management/Operations. She works between both the Shrewsbury and the Sutton office. In her spare time, Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and son.
Corinne received a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology at Franklin Pierce University. Corinne helps patients by assisting them with exercises and correcting form for optimal results. Outside of work, Corinne enjoys baking, knitting, watching sports, and being near the water.
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.