Roxbury Dimock

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Address and Hours
Address 

Dimock Community Health Center
45 Dimock St.
3rd Floor
Roxbury, MA 02119
P: 617-445-0647
F: 617-427-0403

Dimock@baystatept.com



Hours 

M-Th: 8am - 7pm

Fri: 8am - 5pm.

Meet Our Team 
Name 
Kenneth Nwosu
Graduate 
Sacred Heart University
Credentials 
PT, DPT

Kenneth is the managing partner and clinical director of Bay State Physical Therapy Roxbury Crossing (Whittier Street Health Center & Reggie Lewis Center) and Roxbury (Dimock Health Center). Prior to opening the Roxbury location in 2015, Kenneth was the clinical manager for the Roxbury Crossing location. He attended Sacred Heart University where he earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Since graduating, he has clinical experience in various physical therapy settings such as outpatient, home care therapy and skilled nursing therapy. Kenneth is an active participant of continuing education courses offered by American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Northeastern University in partnership with Bay State and Massachusetts General Hospital. Additionally, he is an APTA credentialed clinical instructor to provide support and exposure to physical therapy students.

As a Roxbury native, Kenneth is committed in improving the health and well-being of all individuals in the community. He frequently develops and participates in community programs, including partnering with other local organizations to educate and promote health and wellness.

As a therapist, Kenneth performs a comprehensive evaluation; along with physical findings, he identifies barriers and factors in patient lifestyle and habits before prescribing a plan of care. Kenneth promotes patient education and accountability to successfully achieve desired goals as a team. He utilizes extensive manual therapy, neuro-muscular re-education, functional training and strengthening to rehabilitate individuals to their maximal level of functional and recreational activities. Kenneth incorporates his football and track background along with evidence based practice to treat all of the conditions listed below. During his free time he enjoys volunteering in the community, spending time with his wife and dog. He LOVES watching Boston sports.



Name 
Marianne Ritterova
Graduate 
Boston University
Credentials 
PT, DPT, ATC

Marianne is a graduate of Boston University, where she received her BS in Athletic Training in September 2014, and then her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May 2016. Throughout her 6 years at BU, she had many enriching clinical experiences, the most recent being at Massachusetts General Hospital, Metro West Medical Center, and Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital. She has had the opportunity to treat patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings, with a variety of medical conditions including musculoskeletal injuries, joint replacements, vestibular dysfunctions, cardiopulmonary diseases, as well as neurological conditions such as Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and stroke. Marianne has always been intrigued by medicine, and chose to pursue physical therapy in order to make people healthier, happier, and help them recover from injury in a holistic and hands-on way. She utilizes evidence based practice, postural screenings, manual techniques, neuromuscular re-education, and therapeutic exercise to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, and to improve overall quality of life. Marianne is passionate about physical therapy; she believes each patient experience is unique, and that each rehabilitation program should be customized to fit the needs and interests of the individual.

After growing up in Germany in a Czech household, Marianne and her family moved to Acton MA in 2000, where she attended High School and played on the soccer and lacrosse teams. She frequently uses her athletic background and knowledge of sports to help patients hoping to return to playing their sport or those who wish to begin exercising. She loves to travel and experience cultures, languages, and cuisines, and always makes a trip to visit her family back in Prague, CZ. In her free time, she likes to paint, swim, do yoga, and go hiking with her golden retriever. 

Name 
Stephanie Lee
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
DPT

Stephanie graduated from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2016 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017 with a minor in Psychology.  Stephanie has had a variety of experiences in the acute care and outpatient setting working with diverse orthopedic, medical, and neurological patient populations.  Stephanie is passionate about providing individualized care for her patients in order to return them to their optimal functional level.  She enjoys incorporating patient education, manual therapy, and functional strengthening to help her patients achieve their personal goals.  In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys cooking, traveling to new cities, and exploring the Boston neighborhoods.

Name 
Glenn Wellmann
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
DPT

Glenn graduated from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Rehabilitation Sciences and a minor in Psychology in 2016 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017. Glenn’s clinical experience has ranged from orthopedic conditions in an outpatient setting to neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injuries and Parkinson’s Disease. Glenn prioritizes a hands-on, functional approach using manual therapy techniques in combination with neuromuscular re-education and therapeutic exercise to help people return to doing the things they love as quickly and safely as possible. Glenn’s experience playing hockey and lacrosse at a high level through high school and college has guided his passion for sports and working with athletes.

Outside of work Glenn is an avid hockey player, and enjoys giving back to the game by officiating local youth hockey. When Glenn isn’t in the clinic or at the ice rink you might find him out on the golf course, camping, hitting the beach, running a local road race or hiking the White Mountains.