Gary has experience in many outpatient and hospital based settings. After earning his Master’s degree and Doctoral degree in Physical therapy from Husson College, he obtained his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Degree (CSCS). He has worked as a clinical manager for the last four years and has provided skilled rehabilitation services to all populations, pediatrics to long term rehabilitation residents. He enjoys working with all patient populations. Gary played division III football, and played club team lacrosse. He served as a part-time physical therapist and consultant for the UCONN Men’s Rugby program and the Holy Cross Men’s Rugby Team. He has taken many continuing education courses which include functional exercise and movement patterns, manual therapy skills and kinesiology taping. Prior to starting with Bay State in August 2012, he managed and developed a concussion based rehabilitation program in which athletes post concussion syndrome spent time rehabilitating their deficits. He enjoys individualizing each patient’s treatment time to maximize each patient’s functional outcome and allow them to reach their specific goals.
Gary enjoys skiing, golfing and is involved in seasonal softball, bowling and flag football leagues.
Gary works at the Franklin office Monday through Saturday.
Jenny DiGioia graduated from Northeastern University in 2008 earning a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Throughout her clinical and professional work, Jenny has gained experience working with a variety of clientele requiring restoration of function post-surgery and acute injury, chronic pain management, aquatic therapy, and women’s health issues. Currently, Jenny’s interests lay in orthopedic therapy focusing on sports medicine. Jenny aims to make each individual’s physical therapy experience fun and educational while improving their quality of life.
Jenny sees patients in our Franklin clinic Monday through Saturday.
Gonzalo has an extensive history in the field of medicine. In Venezuela, he was the director of rehabilitation at the University Hospital in Caracas, Venezuela. He came to the states and became a highly skilled PTA. He enjoys patient interaction and has a profound knowledge to help educate his patients and his colleagues. He enjoys treating a variety of patient populations including orthopedics and sports focused therapy. He has a vast knowledge of manual therapy techniques and skills.
Gonzalo sees patients in Franklin Monday, Wednesday, & Friday.
Gonzalo is married with two children. He enjoys exercising and takes pride in educating others. He emphasizes team play with any profession.
David Fleischman is one of the managing partners and Clinical Director for the Franklin and Foxboro offices. David earned his masters’ degree from Nova Southeastern University of Florida in 2001. He has been practicing in the Greater Boston area since specializing in orthopedic and sports medicine with a strong manual therapy background. He has spent extensive time working with elite level athletes Football, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer and Marathon Runners to efficiently return them to their professions with maximal outcomes. Through his continued pursuit of positive patient outcomes, David has earned the respect of his peers, and the region’s top orthopedic surgeons creating affiliations at all of the major hospitals in the Boston area, and within the local community. David is married and has 2 children and is also a head soccer coach for Wrentham Youth Soccer. He has a passion in developing and implementing injury prevention programs for the young athlete, and mentoring his staff to develop a highly skilled clinical team under his direction.
Bobby was born and raised in the town of Hopedale, Ma. He completed the massage therapy program at Bancroft School of Massage in November of 2013. Bobby currently holds a membership to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). While enrolled in the program Bobby became very interested in advancing his skill set in orthopedic and sports massage.
When not in the office Bobby is active in many recreational slow pitch softball and basketball leagues. Staying active is very important to him, and helping people get back to being active is something he truly does enjoy.
As a therapist Bobby believes that he can help people gain the knowledge in soft tissue injuries, restrictions and other pathologies for them to better understand their road to recovery. There are many more modalities Bobby plans on adding to his tool box in the coming months.