Meet Our Amazing Staff... They Will Help You Achieve Your Fitness Goals!
Steve Messineo received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He obtained his Master's, followed by his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
Steve has practiced in outpatient orthopedic based physical therapy settings since December 1998. During that time he has helped patients of all ages recover from a variety of manual therapy techniques and exercise protocols.
He has worked with Back to Golf and Body Balance for Golf Performances to develop conditioning programs for golfers. Working with a local chiropractor, Steve has developed All-Access Fitness Academy’s Match Play Golf Performance Program, which helps our golf clients improve their golf game by addressing physical restrictions, weaknesses or limitations that affect their swing.
Steve manages company outreach and marketing to physician offices, corporate entities, schools, clients and patients; as well as the business operations for All-Access Physical Therapy and All-Access Fitness Academy. Steve strives to provide the best customer service to all of our members and clients.
Mark Powicki received his Bachelor's degree from the University of New Hampshire where he excelled in football as an offensive lineman. He later obtained his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. He became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In 2006, he obtained his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
Mark's history in Physical Therapy has enabled him to gain a great deal of experience in successfully rehabilitating and training a variety of diagnoses and patients. His ability to achieve functional gains with complex orthopaedic and spine patients to highly skilled athletes earned him the 2005 Award for Achievement in Clinical Practice from the MA APTA.
Mark co-authored "Sculpting the Complete Athlete for the New Millennium," an internet course for physical therapists, athletic trainers, strength and conditioning professionals and coaches. He has lectured to other healthcare professionals, athletes, and coaches on injury prevention, strength and conditioning and achieving maximum athletic performance. He has served as a sport specific consultant to various high school and college athletes/teams.
Mark is responsible for program development, public relations, sales and marketing support and teaching critical thinking and manual skills to therapists employed with All-Access Physical Therapy and All-Access Fitness Academy.
Pam Powell graduated Magna cum Laude from Northeastern University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She earned her CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) credentials in 2002. Pam has worked in sports medicine since graduation, as well as running injury prevention and sports conditioning programs for adolescent and teenage athletes. Pam came to All Access Physical Therapy in January 2005.
Pam has completed advanced training in functional and sport-specific therapy, core stabilization techniques, post-surgical knee and shoulder rehabilitation, spinal manipulation, and advances in foot biomechanics/orthotics. Pam is the Director of Clinical Operations for the Shrewsbury and Sterling clinics, and is responsible for daily clinic operations, ensuring quality patient care, and staff development. In her free time, she is also certified in Canine Rehabilitation to apply her PT skills to four-legged patients!
Caitie Murphy is a 2012 Northeastern University graduate of the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. She attended NU for both her undergraduate and graduate education receiving her B.S. in Rehab Science in 2011. She has had opportunities to do co-operative education and clinical rotations in a variety of settings.
As part of her education Caitie traveled to Quito, Ecuador to For HIS Children Orphanage to provide care and bring equipment to address the children’s needs.
Caitie has completed multiple continuing education courses while at AAPT focusing on female athletes, ACL prevention, and return to running rehabilitation. Additionally, you can find her working in collaboration with Marathon Sports Shrewsbury organizing and participating in educational workshops for runners. She is trained in Spinal Manipulation.
Caitie grew up in nearby Holden, Massachusetts playing soccer and softball. She continues to play soccer today. Outside of work Caitie enjoys being active biking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Julia (LeBlanc) Salas is native to Shrewsbury. She graduated from Simmons College with her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2005. Her experience includes 6 years at Boston Sports Medicine, where she worked with professional, high school, and recreational athletes. During her time there she developed a dance medicine program and worked with the Boston Ballet as well as other dance programs in the area. She managed and directed the clinic for a year, as well as coordinated affiliations for students in the Boston area. Julia has a strong background in dance and gymnastics and enjoys working with young dancers and gymnasts.
Her areas of focus are manual therapy for cervical dysfunction and headache relief, SI and hip dysfunction, as well as post-surgical rehabilitation. She is also certified in Graston Technique, Spinal Manipulation, and Dry Needling and is Balletone trained.
She enjoys spending time with her family, weightlifting, cooking, and doing outdoor activities. She is a bodybuilding competitor, and has competed 5 times in 2011-2012.
Katy Budra graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2014. She completed her undergraduate degree with a B.S. in Rehabilitation Science in 2013 from Northeastern as well.
While at NU, Katy was able to gain experience in multiple outpatient sports medicine clinics and a local Division 1 football program; as well as in two acute care hospital settings where she treated stroke and cardiac transplant patients. Katy also competed for the Northeastern University Swim Team.
Katy has worked closely with Marathon Sports in Shrewsbury completing informative lectures and injury prevention screenings, as well as strength training circuits geared toward the running population. She is trained in manipulation of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine and looks to continue her manually therapy skill training. When not at All Access, Katy can be found at any and all country concerts, spending time with family and friends, and being active in any way possible.
Jill Anzalone graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016 from Northeastern University. She completed her undergraduate degree at Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Science Studies.
While at Northeastern, Jill gained experience in a multiple hospital and outpatient settings. She completed her orthopedic clinical rotations locally at Ashland Physical Therapy and in Boca Raton, FL at Yamato Physical Therapy and Spinal Rehabilitation. Jill exhibits a calm and reassuring approach to patient care. As a former gymnast and cheerleader, she has a special interest in injuries among those athletes.
Jill grew up locally in Marlborough, MA. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and being outdoors with her dog Nina.
Matt Changelian graduated from University of Massachusetts - Lowell with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2012 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. Matt has been interested in body work for most of his life and likes the one-on-one interaction between patient and therapist. His “hands on” approach to PT derives from 12 years as a licensed Massage Therapist. While at UMass-Lowell, he was the Massage Therapist for the Division 1 Hockey team.
Matt started his Physical Therapy career at Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise in Nashua, NH. He is certified in Graston Technique of instrument assisted tissue mobilization, as well as Spinal Manipulation. Matt is our lead PT at our Sterling clinic, and he is the creator and director of the Senior Strong exercise program at the Sterling Senior Center.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, working on his house, fishing, and golf.
- Physical Therapy Aide
- Wellness Transition Programmer
Alexandra (Alex) Stech graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology in 2015 from University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is currently enrolled at Mount Wachusett Community College in the Physical Therapist Assistant program projected to graduate in 2019.
While at UMass Amherst, Alex participated in the Kinesiology Club, starting wellness programs for the staff around campus and participating in the New England chapter of the American College Sports Medicine (NEACSM) Conference in Rhode Island in 2015. She was enrolled in classes that focused on advancing her knowledge in exercise programming and prescription. She worked at the Body Shop gym on campus, working with a variety of people, helping them with their routines and their progression. She started here at AAPT two days after graduating from UMass Amherst as an Aide and has continued since her enrollment at MWCC.
Alex is a Shrewsbury native, graduating from Shrewsbury High School in 2011 participating in soccer and track. She was a patient here at AAPT and found her passion for helping others in the rehabilitation from her experience.
Melanie Kozik is a graduate of Fitchburg State University with her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2011. Melanie also attended Mount Wachusett Community College where she obtained her Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant in 2013. She then continued her education at Mount Wachusett Community College where completed the Massage Therapy program in 2014. She is also certified in the Graston Technique for tissue mobilization.
Melanie is no stranger to All Access Physical Therapy; she completed an internship at AAPT in the spring of 2011 and has been here ever since. Melanie had the opportunity to work in many different physical therapy settings while on her clinical rotations allowing her to treat a variety of patients including competitive triathlon and iron man athletes, geriatrics, and post-surgical total joint replacement patients.
While a student at Fitchburg State University, Melanie was a member of the Women’s Soccer Team and continues to play in her free time. Melanie also enjoys the outdoors and spending time with family and friends. Melanie looks forward to continuing her knowledge and skills in manual therapy and sport-specific rehabilitation.
Danielle Snay graduated Mount Wachusett Community College in 2015 with her Associate's degree as a physical therapist assistant. She previously completed a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with Worcester State University in 2013. Through her clinical experience she has worked in a variety of settings, finding her passion within outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation and working in two private practices following graduation. Danielle joined the All-Access team in October 2017.
Growing up as a dancer, Danielle found herself in and out of physical therapy as a patient, often within All Access Physical Therapy! This sparked her interest in the field and now years later she’s back, on the other side of the table.
When she is not here, Danielle can be found spending time with family and friends, cooking, and taking Pilates or barre classes.
Patti Moore is the Office Manager and has been employed at All Access since 2006 when her daughter, Stacie, thought she might need a job when Stacie left All Access for college.
Some of Patti’s many responsibilities include: being in charge of the Front Desk (i.e. the girls that greet you with a smile as you walk thru the door). HR responsibilities, ordering all supplies, dealing with the different vendors etc, etc. In other words, the girl in charge!
Patti was born and raised and still a Shrewsbury resident. She enjoys working out and spending time with her husband, 3 grown children and her 3 grandchildren (who are the love of her life) as well as shopping.