Briana Lackenby PT DPT OCS
In addition to patient care Doctor Lackenby is the Assistant Clinical Director. Briana received her BS, MS and Doctorate from Boston University. She is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 2 Medical Professional, and is a Certified Burdenko Method Instructor. Briana enjoys working with athletes, having been a regional competitive figure skater and achieving her US Figure Skating gold test level. Briana coaches children and adults at the Tony Kent Arena in South Dennis and has a special interest in golfers and breast cancer patients, having developed comprehensive programs for both clientele at Cape Cod Rehab. Briana feels it is also important to make time for yourself, make time to exercise and move every day.
"When you work in healthcare it is important to lead by example. If you want people to be fit you need to lead a fit, healthy lifestyle yourself."
T.C. Cleary PT DPT SCS
T.C. Cleary is one of a select few physical therapists in Massachusetts to be Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy. She received her training at Northeastern University where she was a scholarship athlete on the Women's Ice Hockey Team and has worked with Cape Cod Rehab for over 25 years. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in Musculoskeletal Management from EIM Institute of Health Professions. T.C. is a Certified Burdenko Method Instructor and a licensed EMT. She has a special interest in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury (ACL) Injury Prevention & Treatment, Concussion Management, and particularly enjoys working with high school and college athletes. T.C. believes in treating everyone the way you would want your child or mother treated. She employs many different interventions to obtain the maximum recovery. She keeps herself active physically by continuing to play competitive hockey (goalie) and other team sports. When not playing herself, T.C. is coaching both baseball and hockey and enjoys hiking and snowshoeing in New Hampshire.
Eric Wheeler MSPT MPE CSCS
Eric received both his MS PT and MPE from Springfield College. He has been with Cape Cod Rehab since June 2002 and his treatment approach is rooted in Springfield's Humanics philosophy of educating the spirit, mind and body. Eric is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and holds concussion management certifications from ACTive and the NFHS. Eric completed his first Ironman Triathlon in October 2013 and was named a USA Triathlon All-American in 2014. His personal fitness philosophy comes from the 2014 Ironman World Champion, Sebastien Kienle: "Never judge your life because of one bad day. Judge it because of the BEST DAY."
Charles Connors PT MS
Chuck received his BS in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University and his MS from the Medical College of Virginia. Chuck has been an athlete his entire life having played football for Northeastern and continuing to run regularly. He has an extensive background working with orthopedic and sports patients. Chuck sums up his treatment philosophy like this: "Strong Manual and Strong Exercise." His personal fitness philosophy is simply "Move it!" Chuck is a veteran of the US Navy and has been employed at Cape Cod Rehab since 2005.
Jodi Burgess PT DPT
Doctor Burgess received both her Master's degree and Doctorate at Boston University and her undergraduate degree at Union College. Jodi is a Certified Burdenko Method Instructor and has received extensive training in spinal and extremity manipulation. She also has advanced training in Dance Medicine through the Harkness Center for Dance in New York City. Jodi has a special interest in working with dancers, figure skaters and equestrian athletes and had a unique opportunity to provide medical coverage at the US Figure Skating Championships in both 2002 and 2014 and the World Championships in 2016. Jodi's personal philosophy is summed up by this quote from Jane Savoi: "If you can dream it, you can do it."
Jody Coluccini PT DPT
Dr. Coluccini received her Doctorate with distinction from Arcadia University and her BS in Physical Therapy from Boston University. She brings 35 years of continuous clinical orthopedic, sports and geriatric physical therapy experience to patient care. Prior to relocating to Cape Cod, Dr. Coluccini owned a successful private practice in NY and is currently licensed in both New York and Massachusetts. Current clinical interests include spine and peripheral orthopedic management. She is a Certified Level I-III Burdenko Method Instructor. Jody believes that successful rehabilitation is a collaborative effort between the therapist and patient achieved by mutual trust and respect, constant therapeutic reassessment, mutual goal setting and patient compliance. She understands that being "fit" as one ages or returns from injury or illness requires a constant modification of goals and activity. "Find something you enjoy, move, and maintain a positive attitude. Setting small, incremental goals will keep you motivated and successful." When Jody is not working she enjoys gardening, reading, crafting, shell fishing and kayaking.
Jonathan Carroll PT DPT OCS
Doctor Carroll joined Cape Cod Rehab in 2010 after completing a 6 month internship with Mass General Hospital to complete his Doctorate from Boston University. He is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Jon also has a BS in Kinesiology from the University of Southern California. Jon is not new to Cape Cod Rehab having worked summers and weekends for 6 years as both an aide and with Fitplan. Jon is an avid golfer, has run the Falmouth Road Race multiple times and ran 2 half marathons last year. He is a member of Cape Cod Rehab's Running Team and wants to run a marathon in the near future. Certified in the first level of the Burdenko Method, Jon believes in treating the entire patient, finding the underlying cause of injury and preventing re-injury. "Ultimate fitness is a marathon not a sprint." When not in the clinic, Jon loves spending time with his two sons, Andrew and Liam.
Tiffany Rozenas PT DPT CSCS
Tiffany received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Springfield College in May 2013 and joined Cape Cod Rehab soon after. She is a member of Cape Cod Rehab's Fighting Falls and Running Teams, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified in Part I of the Burdenko Method. Tiffany enjoys working with all patient types and believes in the quote "Ninety-Eight percent of success is in the head and the heart." When treating patients, she feels it's important to emphasize the need for a positive attitude and to motivate them every step of the way. Her personal fitness philosophy: "Finding something fun that challenges you is the key to physical fitness." A high school and college cross country and track athlete, Tiffany enjoys running and playing the Celtic fiddle.
Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc & Sportsphysio, MPT, CSCS
Chris received his Bachelor's degree in Marketing from SUNY Plattsburgh. After suffering a low back injury, he became enthralled with physical therapy and went back to school changing careers. Chris is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and is a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEAS) through the Back School of Atlanta. Chris completed his physical therapy training at Nova Southeastern University, and completed an intensive post graduate Master's of Musculoskeletal & Sportsphysiotherapy degree from the University of South Australia. He enjoys treating spinal injuries or dysfunctions as well as orthopedic and sports related injuries. Chris uses an eclectic treatment method with a strong manual therapy component. He believes in "just do it" and has taken that approach with both his personal and professional life. When not working, Chris enjoys mountain biking, hiking, road biking, cooking, traveling with his wife and playing with his two dogs Skylar and Maylo.
Jim Zachazewski PT DPT SCS ATC
Dr. Zachazewski ("Zach") is licensed as both Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2004 after earning degrees from Springfield College and Boston University, and completing a research fellowship in Biomechanics at MIT. He has been a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer for the 1984 and 1988 Olympics, working with USA Gymnastics, USA Taekwondo, USA Diving, and USA Wrestling, and has traveled internationally with USA Diving and US Figure Skating. Zach has also worked previously with the Boston Breakers Women's Soccer Team and Boston Lobsters World Tennis Team and coordinated medical coverage for the 2000 Women's Gold Cup and 2004 Women's World Cup Soccer Tournaments held at Foxboro. He is currently a member of USA Swimming's High Performance Network and a member of USA Swimming's Sports Medicine Task Force. In addition to his long history of working with physically active and athletes of all age rages, Zach has a lengthy publication and research history authoring or editing six Textbooks, 18 Textbook Chapters and 14 peer reviewed papers on orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. He is currently involved working on hamstring injury prevention research funded by major league baseball. Prior to joining Cape Cod Rehab in 2017, Zach held clinical and leadership positions in the Physical Therapy Departments at Newton Wellesley Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. In his free time, Zach enjoys skiing, golf and cooking.
Damaris Marques PT DPT
Damaris ("Dee") joined Cape Cod Rehab in August 2017 after receiving both her Doctor of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science from Springfield College. She is certified in Part I and Part II of the Burdenko Method and believes in a patient-therapist partnership where both are working together to meet the patient's functional goals. Dee is bilingual (English and Brazilian Portuguese) and lists crocheting as a hobby along with singing and a little dancing when no one is looking!
Kelly Coleman PT DPT
Kelly began working at Cape Cod Rehab after earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2018 and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Science in 2015 both from the University of New England. During Physical Therapy school, Kelly completed clinical rotations in different settings but enjoyed the outpatient setting the most because of the wide range of injuries, abilities and personal goals. She believes it's important to always view the glass half full and remain positive. "The journey of recovery may not always be easy but sometimes it's important to take a step back and evaluate the progress that you have made-big or small." At the University of New England, she was named an All-American for basketball her senior year. Outside the clinic, Kelly enjoys going to the beach, traveling and sports.