Dave Donnelly, PT, DPT
Northeastern University, Physical Therapy 2000
Evidence in Motion, Executive Management Program Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2016
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:
Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner, KT 1, 2 & 3
Graston Technique Practitioner
Areas of Special Interest:
Shoulder and Elbow
American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedics Chapter Member
Connecticut Physical Therapy Association
Dave graduated from Northeastern University’s Physical Therapy program magna cum laude in 2000. He has participated in extensive continuing education courses with a focus on orthopedics and sports physical therapy. In 2006, Dave began a quarterly sports medicine and orthopedic journal club to discuss current topics in our field with some of our area physicians and rehabilitation professionals. Dave has served as a part time instructor at Naugatuck Valley Community College in the Physical Therapy Assistant program. In addition to his work as a physical therapist, Dave is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He has worked with recreational, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes to improve their sport performance through core strengthening and sport-specific flexibility, strength, and balance training.
William Miller, PTA
Naugatuck Valley Community College, Physical Therapy Assistant 2014
William Miller, PTA is a licensed physical therapist assistant. He graduated Naugatuck Valley Community College with his PTA degree in 2014. He has had a variety of great experiences over the past 6 years and has developed a unique set of skills to better serve his patients. Outside of work, Bill enjoys spending time with his wife, 2 children, and competing in triathlons and obstacle racing.
Bart Kolcz, DPT
University of Hartford, Doctor of Physical Therapy
Areas of special interest:
Bart attended University of Hartford for his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree to combine his interest in the musculoskeletal system with his passion of helping people. Bart understands how much physical therapy can improve one’s health and quality of life and is invested in his patients’ progression of their health goals. He specializes in injuries of the spine and creating a more stable and functional core. Bart is excited to join our Prospect and Burlington team and looks forward to caring for the community.
Caitlin Palm, LAT ATC
Quinnipiac University, Bachelors of Athletic Training, 2022
Areas of special interest:
Caitlin was a competitive soccer and lacrosse athlete for most of her life. She developed a deep interest in Athletic Training after suffering a few significant injuries and experiencing the care of Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists. Caitlin pursued Athletic Training at Quinnipiac University where she was able to be a part of top division 1 athletic programs including, mens and womens ice hockey, track and field, and the MAAC tournament team for women’s basketball. Caitlin was asked to bring her expertise closer to home with the Long Island Ducks ice hockey team but then decided to return to Connecticut to fulfill her passion of working with secondary school athletes. Caitlin joined the Advanced Physical Therapy sports medicine team in 2022. You can see her on the sideline of Woodland High School taking care of student-athletes as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Hawks and in our clinics utilizing her Athletic Training skills to improve her patient’s quality of life and maximizing their health goals.