Jon is the founder of Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC. Since opening in 2002, the practice has grown to include multiple locations and expanded services. Jon’s professional experience has given him the exceptional opportunity to work with a broad range of clients.
Jon served as the physical therapist for the New England tour of the 2004 Rock and Roll Gymnastics Championships, which featured members of the Men’s and Women’s U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Teams. Jon also worked with the Massachusetts chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association to help educate soldiers returning from deployment about the benefits of physical activity and physical therapy. What’s more, he works with athletes of all levels—youth, high school, semi-pro, and professional athletes—to get them back quickly and safely to their sports. Jon was named one Worcester’s “13 People to Watch in 2013” by Pulse Magazine.
Jon received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Studies and his Master’s of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University. He is an active member of the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and has been a contributor to its monthly magazine. Jon has been involved with Advocacy efforts for various physical therapy issues in Massachusetts, including PT Advocacy Day at the Statehouse. Jon enjoys participating in various cycling pursuits, including cycling up the “longest, steepest paved road on the planet,” as well as Mt. Wachusett on occasion. He is an avid runner and enjoys participating in local road races and sprint triathlons.