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Megan Davis

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I graduated from MCPHS University in May 2017 and started practicing in July 2017. Prior to my graduation, I had 30 weeks of clinical experience and about two years of combined experience as a rehabilitation aide.

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Emma Casiello

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I have been working since 2012 after graduating from UMass Lowell’s PT program. I recently started at SCPT after working as an outpatient Neuro PT, while also serving as a wheelchair program team member for acquiring assistive tech for our clients (like wheelchairs, standing frames, etc.), and working with patients after amputation.

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Matthew Harrison

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I have been working in private practice outpatient Physical Therapy (PT)  for 6 ½ years.

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Nicole Dupuis

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I started my career at SCPT in 2005 as a Physical Therapist Assistant and worked until 2011 when I left to finish my doctorate degree at Springfield College. I graduated in 2012 with my DPT and rejoined SCPT in the summer of 2015.

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Dustin Downing

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I have been practicing for one year.

2. Why did you choose to become a Physical Therapist, and what inspired your career choice?
My years of volunteer work further solidified my love for working with people. I have had the opportunity to work with a large variety of cultures and personalities. I always have had an interest in fitness and healthy living, and the field of physical therapy presented as a great “marriage” of my interests.

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Jillian Drew

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I graduated from the UMass Lowell Doctor of Physical Therapy program in May of 2015 and have started my career at SCPT!

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Emily Trudeau

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
This is my first year practicing Physical Therapy. I completed my final clinical rotation with South County in the Winter and was fortunate enough to be hired after graduation.

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Eric Cardin

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
I’ve been practicing for 15 years.

2. Why did you choose to become a Physical Therapist?
When I was 15 years old, I injured my back in basketball. I knew then that I wanted to pursue a career in medicine and interacting with that PT made me think, “I could do this job.”

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Mary Haglund

1. How many years have you been working at SCPT?
I first learned about South County Physical Therapy as a patient when Cathy Smith first opened her practice. Soon after, I began working as a Receptionist/Billing. At that time, Auburn and East Main Street, Westborough were the only two facilities open. I became the Billing Coordinator and remained in that position for 10 years. I left SCPT and returned in 2011 as the Billing Manager for the six locations. I remain in that position today.

2. Please describe a typical day for you at SCPT.
Our days at SCPT are very busy! Each day begins with setting up the plan for the day as far as billing, collections and working the many aspects of the billing processes at all of our locations. We receive many phone calls with referral/billing questions from our other offices and also questions directly from our patients. The billing team works very hard to accomplish their daily goals.

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Laura Wiltshire

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
Eleven years.

2. Why did you choose to become a Physical Therapist?
As a gymnast in high school and college, I had my fair share of injuries and physical therapy. Being an active person and wanting to be in the medical field, led me to PT.

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