POST Physical Therapy Acton
POST Physical Therapy Acton is committed to providing patients the best possible care, treatment plans, and customer service. Our licensed physical therapists perform unique evaluations and treatments designed around each patient’s needs.
With customized individual therapy goals, patients and therapists work together to achieve lasting recovery that prevents pain and injury recurrence.
Meet the Acton Therapists
Olga, PT, DPT
Olga received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University, after graduating from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Olga is a motivated and caring physical therapist with multiple years of outpatient orthopedic experience. Combined with her passion for patient care and professional development, Olga prioritizes individual relationships with her patients to ensure their education and recovery. Olga has undertaken further graduate-post study in McKenzie technique, and Graston manual therapy. She has recently furthered her studies in pelvic floor rehabilitation during which she learned how breathing mechanics, and posture can influence pelvic floor impairments.
Scott, PT, DPT
Scott graduated from Northeastern University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He has an abundance of experience treating patients with varying diagnoses in an outpatient setting. Scott has an extensive history of playing physical sports such as football and rugby, as well as competing on the national stage in power lifting. Scott’s clinical interests include treating post-operative injuries, cervical spine dysfunction, and knee pathology. Scott enjoys treating athletes of all ages who want to return to their maximum function!
Brandon, PT, DPT
Brandon graduated from MGH Institute of Health Professions with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and has a bachelors in Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship from UMass – Lowell. Prior to earning his DPT, he was a lead instructor and master in Tae Kwon Do and Kumdo, teaching throughout high school and undergrad. Brandon’s clinical experiences focused primarily in outpatient orthopedics, with a mix of treating individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, pulmonary diagnosis, and chronic pain in group settings. Brandon incorporates pain education and functional exercises to maximize rehab potential. He enjoys training and competing with his Tae Kwon Do teammates, exploring music, and playing with his two children.