OUR WESTBOROUGH TEAMOur therapists are compassionate and committed to delivering the best possible care to our patients in the Westborough area.
Amy Caddigan, MSPT
Amy has been a practicing physical therapist in the Worcester County region for 18 years. After receiving both her undergraduate degree and her graduate degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University, Amy made the decision to begin her career in Westborough, the town in which she was raised and chooses to live in.
Amy has done extensive post graduate coursework in manual therapy, including certification in massage therapy through the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worcester, functional movement and exercise, the Graston technique, and dance rehabilitation.
When not in the clinic, Amy stays active by walking and running through town. She can also be found cheering for and supporting her children at their many sporting events.
Amy can be reached at: email@example.com
Winslow Woodacre, DPT
Winslow, a graduate of Colby Sawyer College and Clarkson University’s Physical Therapy program, has been a practicing physical therapist in Westborough for the past 4 years.
His clinical interests include post-operative care, sports injury rehabilitation, and youth care. Winslow is a competitive cyclist, a Serotta certified bike fitter, and has a passion for outdoor activities including skiing and water sports. His avid participation in these activities allows him a unique perspective to the treatment programs of the athletes he cares for.
Winslow can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Denis Long, DPT
Originally from New York, Denis graduated from Springfield College with his undergraduate and Doctor of Physical Therapy degress.
Denis has experience with the orthopedic, sports medicine, and neurodegenerative conditions. He has developed a strong passion for treating patients with a variety of manual techniques and movement analysis.
Out of the clinic, Denis loves staying active outside and spending time with his children.
Lisa Griffin, DPT
Lisa Griffin obtained both her Bachelors of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University (Double Terrier!). Originally from West Boylston, Lisa has been a practicing physical therapist in and around Boston for the past 4 years.
Lisa truly enjoys sports medicine and especially like to focus on post-concussion management, TMJ disorders and treatment of cervical spine. She is currently working towards completion of Boston University’s Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy.
When not sharpening her skills, Lisa enjoys spending time with her husband, weight lifting and yoga, traveling, and exploring local restaurants and craft breweries
Lisa can be reached at: email@example.com