Farmington Staff

Joseph Ingriselli, DPT, MA, ATC, LAT

Joseph Ingriselli, DPT, MA, ATC, LAT   

joe@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
University of Connecticut, Athletic Training 2010
University of North Carolina, Masters of Athletic Training 2012
University of Connecticut, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2015

Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:
Graston Technique Practitioner
SFMA Level 1 Certified

Areas of Special Interest:
Concussions
ACL Rehabilitation
Spine

Dr. Ingriselli graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2010 with his degree in Athletic Training and went on to receive his masters degree in Athletic Training from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While attending his masters program Joe also spent time conducting research on concussion rehabilitation at the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center. Joe is a Certified Athletic Trainer through the Board of Certification and a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. Joe followed up his masters by returning to UCONN to receive his Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy in 2015. He has worked with elite division one and professional athletes and is passionate about restoring function and returning people to the activities they love.


Lindsay Vose, DPT

Lindsay Vose, DPT

Lindsay@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
Quinnipiac University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2019

Specialized Training:
Mulligan Manual Therapy for the Lower Quarter

Areas of Special Interest:
Spine
Shoulder Injury
Joint Replacement
ACL Rehabilitation
Myofascial Release
Vestibular Disorders/Vertigo

Dr. Vose graduated from Quinnipiac University and was elected into the Alpha Chi Honor Society. She has specialized post graduate training in the Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept (MMTC) utilizing an advanced manual approach to treat musculoskeletal injuries. She is working toward becoming a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. Lindsay also has experience treating pain and dysfunction related to arthritis, orthopedic injury, and vestibular disorders. During her undergraduate and graduate career, Lindsay completed extensive research in ACL rehabilitation and improvement of at-risk screening protocols for adolescent and college-age athletes in order to decrease the risk of ACL tears and post-surgical failure rates.

Lindsay grew up playing a variety of sports including ice hockey, lacrosse, and running; which fostered a passion for treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries for patients of all ages and educating individuals on maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.