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"Over the last several years, I’ve gone to several physical therapy practices for work on my shoulder. Long Trail Physical Therapy in Burlington is by far the best. Keith Karpinski and Andy Filion each have an abundance of skill and expertise. Whether they are working on patients directly, or giving feedback on exercise routines, they are focused, clear and extremely helpful. In addition to technical expertise, the climate and environment of LTPT is absolutely amazing."

                                               - Paul Behrman

Keith is a graduate of The University of Vermont and has been a licensed physical therapist since 1998. He joined Long Trail Physical Therapy as a partner in 2003. He obtained his certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 1999 and has been a certified Athletic Trainer since 2001. Keith specializes in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine. He has attended numerous continuing education seminars, including the completion of all course work in the McKenzie Mechanical and Diagnosis Treatment methodology, Kinesio Taping and the Graston Techniques.

 

Keith is married and has two daughters.  His personal interests include strength training, playing men’s league basketball, golf, snowboarding and boating.

 

Contact Keith at kkarpinski@longtrailpt.com.

Keith Karpinski, PT, ATC, CSCS

Andy is a graduate of Johnson State College with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a minor in Sports Medicine. He has been a certified Athletic Trainer since 1998. He specializes in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation and sports medicine. He has extensive experience in the high school and clinical settings. Andy has attended many continuing education seminars and is certified in the Graston Technique and has completed all course work in the Kinesio Taping method.

 

Andy is married and has a daughter and dog, named Montana. His personal interests include hiking, biking, hunting and home brewing.

 

Contact Andy at afilion@longtrailpt.com.

Andrew Filion, ATC, LAT

Michael A. Cooper, DPT

Elizabeth is a graduate of Connecticut River Valley Community College and has been a licensed PTA since 2008. She has worked with Long Trail Physical Therapy since graduation. Elizabeth utilizes land based and aquatic therapy to provide treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. She has attended many courses on the delivery of physical therapy treatment and utilizes the Graston Technique.

 

Elizabeth is married and the mother of two children. She also has one grandchild. Her personal interests include spending time with her family.

 

Contact Elizabeth at eoosterman@longtrailpt.com.

Elizabeth Oosterman, PTA

Joe is a graduate of The University of Vermont with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Michael’s College. Joe specializes in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. He treats a wide range of patients with varying ages and fitness levels. Joe utilizes the Graston Technique and concepts of Functional Stabilization Training to provide patients with the best possible care.

 

Joe is married and the father of 7 children. His personal interests include spending time with family and friends, working on his home and golfing.

 

Contact Joe at jrutherford@longtrailpt.com.

Joe Rutherford, MSPT

Kim graduated from The University of Vermont with a Major in Athletic Medicine and a minor in Nutrition and Exercise Science.  She has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2003. Kim specializes in massage, outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation and sports medicine. She is also the Certified Athletic Trainer for Milton High School. Kim has attended many continuing education seminars such as myofascial release, is certified in the Graston Technique and has completed all course work in the Kinesio Taping method.

 

Kim is married, has a son and has two dogs. Her personal interests include running, hiking, traveling, and spending time with friends.

 

Contact Kimberly at kcross@longtrailpt.com.

Kimberly Lord, ATC, LAT, RRCA Certified Running Coach

Richard is a graduate of The University of the Pacific with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a focus on Human Movement from San Francisco State University. Richard specializes in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and treats a wide range of patients with varying ages and fitness levels. He has completed the NAIOMPT Lumbopelvic, cervical-thoracic courses and utilizes the Graston Technique to provide safe, effective treatments for his patients.

 

Richard is married and has one son. His personal interests include spending time with family and friends, cycling and hiking.

 

Contact Richard at rtremblay@longtrailpt.com.

Richard Tremblay, DPT

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Brock is a graduate of SUNY Canton and has been a licensed PTA since 2014 and joined Long Trail Physical Therapy upon graduation. He specializes in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine. Brock utilizes a combination of land based and aquatic therapy to treat musculoskeletal conditions.

 

Brock’s personal interest includes exercising, strength training and spending time with friends.

 

Contact Brock at bmorrison@longtrailpt.com.

Brock Morrison, PTA

Doris Raymond FNPC is board certified Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in occupational health who works in collaboration with PT to provide quality care and treatment of non- emergent work related injuries. The PT  and NP work closely to facilitate an expedient safe return to work plan, working closely with the employee to identify ergonomic concerns. Additionally The NP and PT provide POPES (post offer employment physicals) and fit for duty exams  to  ensure that the candidate  safely  meets the medical and functional criteria of job

Doris Raymond, FNPC

Brock Morrison, PTA

Dan completed his Bachelors of Science Degree in Athletic Training in May of 2013 from the University of Vermont. He is a board certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Training Association and has experience with a wide range of patients and athletes throughout the Burlington Area, including both high school and Division 1 collegiate athletes. He has a dual role with Long Trail Physical Therapy, providing rehabilitation services to patients in the clinics, primarily Burlington and Richmond, and also serving as the Head Athletic Trainer at Burlington High School.

 

At the high school, Dan provides  prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. He can be found in the Fall and Spring down at the Field House Athletic Training Room or in the Athletic Training Room located under the gym during the winter sports season.

 

Dan is originally from Enfield, Connecticut and attended Enrico Fermi High School. There he played on the varsity ice hockey team all four year and was on the golf team. Dan now mainly referees ice hockey all across the state of Vermont and enjoys going to the mountains as often as he can to go hiking and/or skiing in his free time.

Daniel Kraucunas, ATC

Megan graduated from Castleton University in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Athletic Training and a minor in Coaching. She has been enlisted in the United States Air Force and part of the VT Air National Guard since 2009. After serving two years on Active Duty, Megan became a certified Personal Trainer at the local gym where she taught “boot camp” fitness classes. Megan now specializes in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation, sports medicine and massage. She is a Certified Pre and Post Natal Exercise Specialist as well as a nationally certified and state licensed Athletic Trainer and Emergency Medical Technician.  Megan is certified in the Graston Technique and is the Athletic Trainer for Milton High School.

 

Megan is married and has a dog and three kitties. She is passionate about strength training, being outdoors, walking her dog and photography.

Megan, ATC