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Titleist Performance Institute Golf Screens

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Screens. This is a out-of-pocket based service that includes a 16 point movement screen, manual therapy work addressing the physical limitations found and video analysis correlating results with your swing in addition to a 5 week home exercise program via the TPI PRO App. About TPI: TPI does not believe in one way to swing a club, rather in an infinite... Read More

Titleist Performance Institute Golf Screens. This is a out-of-pocket based service that includes a 16 point movement screen, manual therapy work addressing the physical limitations found and video analysis correlating results with your swing in addition to a 5 week home exercise program via the TPI PRO App.

About TPI:
TPI does not believe in one way to swing a club, rather in an infinite number of swing styles. But, we do believe there is one efficient way for every player to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do.

The most efficient swing is not the same for every golfer, because efficiency is unique to their body. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened. This screen involves an assessment of swing mechanics and biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, current health and a client history.

Once this screen is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer. The plan may include fitness training, chiropractic/PT and treatment, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics, nutrition, mental strategy or all of the above.

A golfer will see the greatest improvement by surrounding themselves with a team of experts. Similarly, any professional in the golf industry will see their clients benefit most by themselves being part of a network or team of professionals.


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As an athlete, trainer, women’s health advocate & movement specialist, Dr. Bruno approaches each patient relationship with a vast background in bodywork and the desire to help patients further their wellness & athletic goals.

Prior to chiropractic school, Emma obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and worked as a NASM certified personal trainer & pilates instructor for many years- she felt connected to her clients and their stories but always knew there was another level of care she wanted to provide; after thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2016 and battling many injuries as a result of the training and the hike itself, she relied heavily on bodywork and realized that hands-on care was the missing link in her career.

During her clinical training, Emma treated pre and post operative patients at an outpatient neurosurgery clinic, provided care for underserved communities at a teaching hospital in the greater Buffalo area, and is currently in the process of receiving additional levels of certification as a Mat pilates instructor from the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Since completing chiropractic school, she has been trained in Active Release Technique (ART), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM), Dry Needling for Orthopedic Rehab & Sport Performance, as well as Webster Technique for pre & postnatal patients.

Driven by a love of hiking, running & the gift of being healthy and active, Emma cares deeply about the right to thorough, compassionate healthcare that allows patients to live and move in a way that brings them joy. When not treating patients at WIMB, Emma can be found reading, running or checking off more summits as she pursues the completion of hiking all 48 of New Hampshire’s high peaks.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

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Dr. Samantha Burnett grew up in the southern tier of upstate New York. She received her Bachelor’s degree in biology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges where she also competed in Division III swimming, holding several records during her collegiate career. Samantha received her Masters in Sports Medicine at Concordia University Chicago. She received her doctorate from New York Chiropractic College. Her clinical experiences range from swimmers, runners and cyclists to CrossFit lifters.

When she isn’t swimming, running or riding her bike, you can find her at a local tea or coffee shop reading a new book or hiking and exploring new trails.

Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield Harvard Pilgrim Aetna Mass General Brigham (Allways)

Dr. Samantha Burnett grew up in the southern tier of upstate New York. She received her Bachelor’... Read More

Allain brings half a decade of hands-on therapeutic experience after a career on the front lines of public health. He likes to say that massage kept findng and following him. Allain’s relationship to movement is that of a dancer’s, a child who’s natural ability was honed through some formal training before being released into the world sharing this expression of joy when appropriate (and sometimes “inappropriate”). Holding space to fully unplug from day-to-day stress is important to Allain because he believes that this regular work allows one to re-establish their connection to their best self. His work is heavily influenced by reverance for the human body’s ability to manage its own healing. His goal is to complement that intuintuve design.

A graduate of The Massage School in Boston’s South End neighborhood, he is well-versed in foundational Swedish and deep-tissue approaches to massage. Clients and guests describe his work in a variety of ways ranging from medical to spiritual. This comes from his passion of learning techniques and approaches from across disciplines with a keen ability to know which skills to flex and when. His therapeutic style commonly deploys deep tissue techniques that don’t always require the deepest levels pressure as to accommodate a wide range of clients and concerns. Ask Allain about how he might incorporate myofascial release, trigger point work, sports & Thai stretching into your next session.

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Dr. Chuma uses each treatment and training session as an opportunity to hone his skills as a healthcare examiner, movement specialist, and manual therapist in order to provide the highest quality of care to his patients. As your future doctor, he holds himself accountable for providing access to convenient appointment times, high quality evidence-based and patient-centered care, and an integrated rehabilitative approach that allows for tapering into a functional post-treatment setting focused on helping to prevent recurrence of injury thereby improving patient activity levels and quality of life.

Dr. Chuma spent four years studying Exercise Science at the University of Delaware. During this time, he focused on enhancing performance through the use of strength and conditioning in order to promote athletic development and minimize the risk for injury. Throughout his graduate schooling he spent time working as a Sports Performance Specialist to develop training programs for athletes from across the NHL, MLB, and MLS. After completing his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic, he began working at Wellness in Motion and has gained experience working with athletes of all ages and skillsets. Most notably, he has developed treatment plans for athletes from the NFL, NHL, and B.A.A Racing team. He works out of the Back Bay location, within the Tracksmith Trackhouse where he has spent time helping to develop their Amateur Support Program (ASP). As a part of the Tracksmith ASP he has traveled to treat athletes as they compete in the USATF Olympic Trials and USATF National Championships.

Through all of this his vision is to encourage an active lifestyle amongst each of his patients using a targeted therapeutic approach to patient-centered care that will reduce pain and dysfunction and thereby help to optimize performance.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

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Tom Church: After more than 20 years as a massage therapist, Tom is still growing in his skills and knowledge. Much of his career has been focused on athletes of all levels from the beginner to the Olympian. The techniques he has learned through his extensive work with athletes provide skills and resources that are part of the toolbox he opens at the beginning of the session and are used as the need arrives.

Tom has always grounded his sessions in understanding the context of what brings you in for treatments; knowing that we don’t actually heal your aches, pains, and injuries, but help you to heal; and continuing to stay up to date on sports science and therapy knowledge.

As a sports massage therapist, Tom is a team member of the NSAF Sports Medicine Team, has worked many events including the USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships with the medical team, Boston Marathon, the Blackburn Challenge (rowing and paddling), the team therapist for Harvard Swimming and Diving, Harvard Squash, Harvard Softball, Harvard Water Polo, and Boston College Track & Field and Cross Country. He worked for many with Ivy League teams at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships and the lead therapist for the New England Masters Swimming Championships.

Tom is also a running coach focusing on endurance athletes running track, roads and trails. Is a Performance Therapist for those that want to bring their therapist to their training sessions. And does form analysis and mobility assessments outside of the treatment room.

Tom has a background in running having started as a 10 year old with track and the roads, moving to cross country in college, then adding the trails after college. He is now mostly retired with dreams of finding time in his schedule to train seriously again. Maybe in retirement.

When Tom isn’t helping you be the best you can be, he can be found learning, reading, spending time with his wife, dog and cat, on the trails, and enjoying a new beer and a nice meal.

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Dr. Lianne Farber is a Boston area Physical Therapist with a passion for treating and preventing orthopedic and running-related injuries. Her mission is to utilize the full extent of her professional knowledge to help others move through life at their full potential.

Lianne grew up on Long Island and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she went from a walk-on to a 4 time all-American cross country and track and field athlete before graduating from Tufts University School of Medicine with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

Prior to her career in physical therapy, Lianne was a professional runner for Team New Balance Boston and the NorCal Distance Project specializing in the 1500m distance and qualified for 5 USA Track and Field National Championships. During Lianne’s professional career she trained alongside Olympians Kate Grace, Elle Purrier, Heather MacLean, Cory McGee and Kim Conley. Lianne has personal best times of 4:11 in the 1500m and 4:28 in the mile. Other career highlights include her top 10 finish at the 5th Avenue Mile and her 2:40 debut marathon at the California International Marathon in 2022.

After 20 years of competitive distance running and countless injuries, Lianne found her true passion in helping others prevent injury and continue doing what they love. Having had many setbacks of her own including a near career-ending foot fracture, she is able to empathize with the many emotions her patients face while dealing with injury and use her personal athletic experience to help keep them active and pain-free.

When not in the clinic, Lianne can be found running many miles along the Charles and with the Tracksmith Boston Hares. She is having fun trying to move up in race distance and has a goal of qualifying for the Olympic trials in the marathon.

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Arnie Katz has been a licensed massage therapist for over 35 years. His training includes Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue and nurturing, healing touch. In his work, he strikes a balance between deeper work and nurturing touch as he believes that the body and mind respond and heal best with a combination of the two. He graduated from The Massage Institute of New England in 1986.

His work helps reduce general back, shoulders and neck pain and stiffness, lower back pain and recovery from strenuous physical and athletic activity. He has provided massage therapy in private practice, gyms, chiropractic offices, colleges and universities, companies, and some of Boston’s finest hotels. In addition, he has provided pre and post event sports massage at the Boston Marathon, the Pan Mass Challenge, and numerous triathlons.

Arnie also has a great passion for teaching and coaching. He has been leading a unique guided relaxation class called “Journey into Deep Relaxation” for many years and offers mindfulness and meditation sessions designed to deeply relax the mind and body, improve mental health, reduce anxiety, and soothe and calm the emotions. He is also a certified professional life coach supporting and encouraging clients to make life changes, and to achieve their goals, desires, and dreams.

He integrates his perspective and learning about mind, body, and spirit into all his work. He prides himself on listening well to his clients’ needs and bringing a strong intuitive ability to home in on where people are holding their stress and tension. Whether providing bodywork, teaching, or life coaching, facilitating people in healing, releasing pain and tension, guiding deep relaxation, and supporting personal growth is his deep passion and calling.

Arnie’s hobbies and interests include cooking, making art, creative writing, traveling, nature and laughter. He also loves and has a great fondness for dogs and is trained in canine massage.

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Sean Kearney: A graduate of The Massage School in Boston, Sean is trained and certified in Swedish, sports, trigger point, and deep tissue massage. Since graduation, Sean has gained further training in rapid tension relief using a massage gun, stretch therapy, aromatherapy, and the application of CBD, Prossage, Biofreeze, and Kinesio-Tape.

Sean enjoys working on clients for injury prevention and rehabilitation, with a focus on athletes of all levels and individuals looking for general pain relief. Having diverse experience with all types of clients, Sean strives to design a massage plan that will cater to the individual’s exact needs. Whether it be to progressively reduce the strain and tightness around a recent injury, or to ease the pain and stress from increased workload and life in general. Using his experience and excellent communication skills, Sean will find the perfect pressure providing a massage that is both productive and relaxing. He will also spare the client of the pain and unnecessary intensity commonly found with deep tissue and trigger point therapy by using a blend of the therapeutics he has learned.

Outside of massage therapy, Sean enjoys martial arts and competing in the disciplines of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, and wrestling. He also enjoys playing drums.

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Dr. Malik Mahmud has been a competitive runner for over fifteen years and ran Track & Field and Cross Country for Butler University primarily focusing on middle-distance events. At Butler, he studied Psychology and Mandarin Chinese, a combination that would later contribute to his interest in East Asian Medicine and Philosophy. Post-collegiately he has continued to train towards his goals in the sport and maintain a healthy lifestyle of which exercise has been a major component. Running has been an outlet for Dr. Mahmud and has taught him many life lessons on hard work and dedication to his craft.

During his running career, Dr. Mahmud dealt with injuries and setbacks thus having to explore many different approaches to healing. Through this journey, he found Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine and it completely changed the way he approached running, injuries, and recovery. The holistic approach of East Asian Medicine provided him with a new perspective on athletics in general and motivated him to eventually focus his Doctorate work on the sport of Running and the use of East Asian Medicine to improve one’s running. Not only has this medicine provided extremely effective and practical ways to improve recovery and healing, but the philosophy around the medicine has brought Dr. Mahmud a deeper appreciation and reverence for the sport. Outside of running, Dr. Mahmud enjoys roller skating, disc golf, spending time with friends, learning new languages and exploring new places in nature.

In addition to treating pain associated with active musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine are wonderful ways to support one’s overall health picture inclduing digestion, sleep, headaches and mood (to name a few) with an overarching goal of bringing patients back to a place of balance and comfort in their bodies.

In addition to the study of Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine during Dr. Mahmud’s training in East Asian Medicine, he studied the practice of Shiatsu massage, a Japanese-based form of bodywork. This is a form of bodywork similar to acupressure in which the acupoints are stimulated with the hands, thumbs, and other parts of the body. As a runner, combining Acupuncture with massage has been an extremely effective method for Dr. Mahmud in his recovery and healing process from past injuries. With strong influence from his mentor, both a Shiatsu practitioner and Acupuncturist, Dr. Mahmud has developed a style of treatment involving massage and Acupuncture which have proven to work wonders in concert with each other. This treatment option can be found as Shiatsu Massage & Acupuncture in our scheduling system.

Dr. Mahmud earned his Doctorate degree in Acupuncture with a Specialization in Chinese Herbal Medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM). He is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine and is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

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Kat O’Leary: Growing up as a gymnast, Kat was lucky enough to have a mother that was a massage therapist. She learned at a young age how massage could help keep her body healthy and mobile so she could stay active in the movements and sports she loved.

Now as a runner, yoga instructor and lover of the outdoors, massage has remained a constant to keep her moving. Becoming a massage therapist had always been intriguing to her as a way to expand on her passion of helping others stay active. She decided to take the leap and studied at The Massage School in Boston.

Kat loves the WIMB community and is excited to get to know her clients and learn how they love to move so she can tailor the massage to their needs. She focuses on deep tissue, mobility and sports massage techniques.

Kat also believes in the importance of helping people feel good in every avenue of life and has received continuing education for prenatal massage to help mothers to be manage aches and pains and take some time for themselves to relax.

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Jessica is a yogi, physiologist, and movement scholar.

She utilizes a unique blend of movement and postural therapeutics to asses how to redistribute strength and bring balance throughout the body. Sessions focus on how to integrate mobility and stability training, breathing techniques, neural patterns, and personal history in order for people to feel better, perform better, and live better. She helps clients reshape patterns to make effort more effortless, strength more supple, and power more resilient.

Jessica’s sessions draw from many different movement modalities, while being grounded in both a strong academic foundation and the current literature on biomechanics and physiology. Her academic background includes s a bachelors degree in Biochemistry and Sports Medicine from Pepperdine University, a Masters of Science degrees in Exercise Physiology from San Diego State, and a Masters of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University.

She has conducted research on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, skeletal and airway muscle, the physiological effects of several types of sports and training programs, as well as published research on yoga and how the practice affects physiology. She has experience working with a psychiatrist, helping to grow and administer a new therapy program for patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric illnesses.

She also has been studying and/or teaching yoga for over a decade and has spent years training with senior Yoga therapy and Iyengar teachers, as well as studying other myofascial release techniques, structural integration, Feldenkrais, and neuromuscular connections. She stays up to date with the current literature on biomechanics and physiology and acts as a reviewer for scientific articles.

Jessica has also been an athlete her entire life. She started swimming competitively at age seven, and went on to train with a national team at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs during high school, and went on to swim for a NCAA Division I team in college. She remains active now through biking, hiking, swimming, and strength training.

Given her background, she considers herself a movement integrator and draws from her background to best serve her client’s needs. She believes everyone’s body conditions are a unique blend resulting from their lifestyle, athletic activities, injury history, occupation, socioeconomic conditions, and genetics. Given that uniqueness, she customizes sessions based on a client’s history and future needs, as well as how a client responds to different movement modalities. She’s committed to helping people develop a better understanding of their body in order to feel better and perform at their best.

She offers sessions focusing on, but not limited to:

Alleviating acute and chronic pain

Injury recovery

Injury prevention

Myofascial release

Movement repatterining

Breathwork and respiratory optimization

Developing body mind connection

Meditation

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A Boston Native, Pablo Rodriguez attended Boston Univerity and got his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science. While at Boston University he oversaw and participated in the Squash team deepening his knowledge on athletic training. During his time with the Squash team it allowed him to focus on enhancing athletic performance through strengthening and conditioning.

He became a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Pablo was the first intern of the WIMB Exposure Initiative and WIMB is honored to have him providing his personal training services out of our Cambridge and Back Bay locations.

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Joe Sosinsky is a graduate of The Massage School in Boston passionate about helping people manage and treat acute and chronic pain. Joe was originally inspired to become a massage therapist following his own recovery journey after suffering a shoulder injury. Joe believes that keeping a healthy and mobile body is an essential foundation to live life to its fullest. In his work, Joe utilizes a combination of deep tissue, sports, and orthopedic massage to help achieve the client’s goals. As an athlete himself, Joe understands how important it is to work around injuries and remain active.

Joe is an avid weightlifter, mountain biking, and martial arts enthusiast. Influenced by these pursuits and hobbies, Joe’s philosophy is that health and wellness should considered from a full spectrum approach. He believes the most conducive environment to healing is one where strong collaboration exists between the massage therapist and client.

Joe looks forward to working with the WIMB community to keep you moving.

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Dr. Zuback was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, where she excelled in both school and sport. Dr. Zuback graduated in 2015 from the University of Vermont with a bachelor of science in exercise and movement science where she played four years of Division 1 ice hockey. During her time at Vermont she set numerous program records including the team record for most points and goals in a single season by a catamount in 2013, the single season assists record in 2014, and scored the game winning goal in triple overtime v.s Maine in the Catamounts first ever playoff victory. In four seasons, she never missed a game and set the program record in 2015 for 137 consecutive games played. She is tied for the lead in power play goals and ended her collegiate career second all time in scoring at Vermont. After undergrad she attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College to obtain her doctor of chiropractic while playing professional women’s hockey for the Toronto Furies in the CWHL.

After her college career, she took two seasons off while beginning chiropractic school. In 2017 she decided to put the skates back on and was drafted 9th overall by Toronto Furies in the CWHL where she played one full season and was nominated for rookie of the year. Most recently Brittany was a member of the Professional Women’s Hockey Player’s Association in Boston. From the weekend warrior to the elite athlete and everyone in between, Dr. Zuback’s philosophy is geared towards treating the cause of a patient’s injury, rather than just the symptoms themselves. In her spare time Dr. Zuback enjoys playing hockey, golf, staying active and enjoying the great outdoors. She prides herself on staying up to date with research as well as treating through an evidence based approach focused on patient centred care.

Dr. Zuback appreciates the importance of staying current with research in order to optimize patient care and recovery. Her previous experience as a professional athlete has allowed her to understand the mind and dedication of an athlete, as well as the frustrations that come with injuries and setbacks. She stresses the importance of goal setting with all her patients, whether they are training for sport or training for life. In Dr. Zuback’s opinion, it doesn’t matter if you’re 10 or 75, movement is medicine. She will not only work with you, but collaborate with your other healthcare providers to give you the level of care you deserve.

Exercise is an important part of all Dr. Zuback’s treatments. In order to optimize outcomes, you have an important role to play in supporting your care. Studies have shown that manual therapy works best and is most effective when done in conjunction with other therapies like exercise training. Brittany will take you through a rehab regime tailored to your injury, ability level and goals. So, whether you’re just trying to live pain free, run a 5k, golf on weekends or training to PR that back squat, Brittany will create and coach you through a program just for you. Brittany insists oncare recommendations based on the evidence, her clinical experience and your preferences & goals. She not only uses manual therapy, such as manipulation, soft tissue therapy and dry needling, but also insists on the importance of patient education and understanding. Her goal is to always have you leave your appointment with peace of mind knowing a thorough plan of management is in place, self management strategies have been discussed, goals have been set and recovery in sight!

In addition to completing a rigorous degree in chiropractic medicine at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Dr. Zuback is always enhancing her education with continuing education courses. She is a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Medical provider, a Shift Concussion Management Level One Provider. Athletes and sports injuries are of special interest. She is certified in Functional Integrated Acupuncture (Dry Needling) and is trained in treating patients suffering from Knee Osteoarthritis through the University of Melbourne’s PEAK Program. Brittany is licensed to practice chiropractic in both Canada and USA.

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