Michael Daley, BSPT
Michael graduated from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Science degree. Michael is the owner and director of Community Physical Therapy. Mike has 30 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic and sports injuries. He has given thousands of treatments and attended too many continuing education courses to mention.
Mike has been on the sidelines of local high schools treating acute sports injuries for the past 25 years.
Besides his interest in orthopedics, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, Mike has had tremendous success in treating patients with vertigo and balance problems.
On the personal side Mike enjoys skiing in the winter and boating, biking and hiking in the summer.
Renata Zujewski, MSPT
Renata has been a physical therapist at Community Physical Therapy since 2001. She received her Master's Degree from Sacred Heart University in 1999. She specializes in orthopedic and sports medicine, with a strong background in manual skills. Her skill set included Cyriax, Maitland, and Mulligan mobilization, along with Myofascial Release and other soft tissue injuries. She has diversified her skills with continuing education courses keeping her up to date on the latest innovations in the field.
Kirsten has twenty years of experience working in the medical field as a medical receptionist and billing specialist. She has been employed at Community Physical Therapy since 1995. She has an extensive knowledge of medical billing, insurance coverage and authorization requirements. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Quinnipiac University. She enjoys working part-time and spending time with her four children and husband.
Garrett Ludden, ATC
Garrett is a Certified Athletic Trainer who received his BS in Sports Medicine Athletic Training from Springfield College. He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers' Association and licensed by the State of Connecticut. Garrett has worked at Community Physical Therapy since 1997. His strengths include exercise rehabilitation, injury prevention and patient education. His special interests are his family and playing and watching sports.
Roxanne Bafuma, MSPT
Roxanne graduated in 2001 from Sacred Heart University with her Master's degree in Physical Therapy. She began her career working in an in-patient acute care hospital and joined Community Physical Therapy in 2004. Roxanne enjoys treating people with a wide variety of diagnoses including torticollis in the pediatric population, orthopedic and sports related injuries. Roxanne focuses her continuing education courses on improving her manual skills and keeping informed in the latest research.
Pam Greene, RPT
Pam earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1985 from Quinnipiac University, magna cum laude. Pam has extensive experience in treating all types of musculoskeletal, orthopedic, and sports injuries. She has taken many various continuing education courses. Her special interests include spending time with her family, sports, baking and cooking.
Ann Marie Conaty
Ann Marie has over thirty years experience working in the medical field as a provider relation's representative, credentialing and billing specialist. She joined Community Physical Therapy two years ago after retiring from the University of Connecticut Health Center. She attended the University of Connecticut with a major in Physical Education. She enjoys working part time, soccer officiating, biking, tennis, farming and gardening.