Providence Mutual updates its rating process to better reflect company’s focus and long-term financial strength
WARWICK, R.I. (June 30, 2023) — Providence Mutual has made the decision to withdraw from…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
East Greenwich, RI (April 18, 2014) – Lepre Physical Therapy has announced the newest addition to their East Greenwich team, Dr. Mark Rotella. Dr. Rotella has been in practice for 13 years as an Orthopedic Physical Therapist with an emphasis on Manual Therapy.
Dr. Rotella has previously been employed as a clinic manager for an orthopedic outpatient clinic and has worked in a short-term rehabilitation facility prior to his orthopedic involvement. He provided in-home physical therapy for pediatric clients for Perspective’s Corporation, and he currently teaches Kinesiology at the Community College of Rhode Island.
“I look forward to working with the great therapists and staff here at Lepre,” said Dr. Rotella. “I believe that my education and training will enhance patient outcomes and further Lepre’s mission to offer a higher level of patient care.”
Dr. Rotella specializes in post-surgical joint replacements, chronic and acute pain, caring for spinal and extremity injuries, various neurological conditions as well as general reconditioning. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from Daemen College in Amherst, NY as well as his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine (USA) in Florida. He is pursuing a specialty certification in manual therapy (MTC) which consists of seven courses focusing on spinal and extremity manipulation techniques and a myofascial release component. Dr. Rotella also works with vestibular/ balance disorders as he has received certification from the American Institute of Balance in Largo, FL.
ABOUT LEPRE PHYSICAL THERAPY
Lepre Physical Therapy has been serving greater Rhode Island since 1977. It currently has five locations in Barrington, Cumberland, East Greenwich and North Providence. Each location provides a wide variety of skilled care, ranging from treated orthopedic injuries to arthritis. For more information, please visitwww.leprept.com.