Our Middlebury Staff
Physical Therapist, DPT
Michael graduated from Clarkson University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. Prior to Clarkson University, he competed in Track and Cross Country while getting a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Northern Iowa in 2011. Michael has been part of the Long Trail Physical family since 2015. Michael specializes in outpatient orthopedics with special interests in post-operative rehabilitation, tendinopathies, and work-related injuries. He is Graston trained and utilizes an individualized graded exercise approach to rehabilitation.
Michael has worked as an assistant cross country coach at Norwich University since 2016. His personal interests include coaching, running, hiking, and fishing.
Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA
Brock is a graduate of SUNY Canton and has been a licensed PTA since 2014. Brock has been part of the Long Trail Physical Therapy family since 2014. He specializes in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine. Brock utilizes a combination of land based and aquatic therapy to treat musculoskeletal conditions.
Brock’s personal interest includes exercising, strength training, and spending time with friends.
Maia is a graduate of SUNY Canton with a Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Management in 2011. Maia has been part of the Long Trail Physical Therapy family since 2011. She did her internship with Long Trail Physical Therapy at that time. Once completing her bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management at SUNY Canton, her career took her to an administrator position at Middlebury Dental. Maia joined Long Trail and has been with us since 2015.
Maia is married and has a young son. She enjoys running and spending time with her husband, son and two dogs.
Nurse Practitioner, FNPC
Doris Raymond is a board certified Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in occupational health. Deb works in collaboration with Long Trail Physical Therapy to provide quality care and treatment of non-emergent work related injuries. The PT and NP work closely to facilitate an expedient safe return to work plan, working closely with the employee to identify ergonomic concerns. Additionally, the NP and PT provide POPES (post offer employment physicals) and fit for duty exams to ensure that the candidate safely meets the medical and functional criteria of the job.