Select Physical Therapy - Southington
98 Main Street | Southington, CT 06489Call 860-385-1993
Southington Select Physical Therapy is a 2400 sq foot facility that houses 2 Physical Therapists and 2 outreach Athletic Trainers that perform services to Southington High School. In Southington Select Physical Therapy you will always work with the same Physcial Therapist throughout your rehabilitation endeavor, and deal with the same P.S.S to solve your insurance and scheduling needs.
Our highly respected clinical team provides preventative and rehabilitative services that maximize functionality and promote well-being. We develop individualized treatment plans to help achieve each patient's specific goals. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is demonstrated by our high-quality clinical care, positive interaction with patients, complete and timely communication to physicians and case managers, patient education programs, convenient locations and prompt appointment availability. We offer the following programs and services:
Athletic Training Services
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Injury Prevention Training
Office Workstation Evaluation
We participate with most major medical insurance plans including but not limited to:
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Medicaid/Husky (for patients under the age of 21 years old)
Laurie Martin, is the Head Athletic Trainer at Southington High School. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science/Athletic Training from Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT in May 1993. Laurie became certified as an Athletic Trainer in November 1993.
She is employed by Select Physical Therapy Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Center in Southington, and is contracted to care for the student athletes at Southington High School. In the spring of 2005, she became the Certified Athletic Trainer for Southington High School.
Ed Gilberti, Athletic Trainer, is in his first year with Select Physical Therapy and Southington High School. Ed was previously at Post University as the head athletic trainer. He was the Head Athletic Trainer for seven years. In addition, Gilberti has served as the President of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference committee of athletic trainers since the 2012-13 academic year. While at Post University Gilberti is responsible for the prevention, recognition, evaluation, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for the student-athletes participating in the 19 intercollegiate and two sub-varsity athletic programs. In addition, he served as a strength and conditioning coach for the Post University athletic department. Additionally, he grew the athletic training staff from two athletic trainers to five. Prior to becoming the Head Athletic Trainer, Gilberti was an assistant athletic trainer at Post, for two years, through React Physical Therapy in Waterbury, Conn. In 2006-07, Gilberti was elevated to interim head athletic trainer, and in the summer of 2007, Gilberti was named head athletic trainer, and became a full-time employee at Post. Before joining React Physical Therapy, Gilberti worked for South County Physical Therapy in Worchester, Mass, where he worked with Shrewsbury High School. A 2003 graduate of Northeastern University with a bachelor's degree in athletic training, Gilberti resides in Bristol, Conn.read more