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At Personalized Physical Therapy, our team of highly skilled physical therapists offer patients customized and effective care.  We believe in understanding and treating the root of each patient’s injury through a personalized approach. That is why each visit is one full hour and one-on-one with your therapist, without the use of aides or modalities.  This results in a faster and more complete recovery.  Our office is also extremely kid friendly!  One of our treatment rooms even has an attached playroom.  Your little ones are always welcome here!



Kelsey Vagnoni earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware in 2007.  Since that time, she has taken over 400 hours of additional hands-on training to improve her manual therapy skills.  She started Personalized Physical Therapy in 2016 because she wanted to offer a higher quality of care and spend more time with her patients.  She is very passionate about treating the unique issues of pregnant and postpartum patients, and wanted a business that provided accessible care to busy mothers.  Kelsey utilizes a "hands-on" approach to improve joint and muscle function, and restore mobility, stability, and alignment.  She treats the underlying causes of your injury versus the simply the symptoms, and she gives you the tools you need to stay healthy!



Jaime Silvestri-Bliss, MSPT, DPT, earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL and her post-graduate Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL. As a physical therapist, she uses her 18 years of extensive training and experience to improve quality of life for her patients. Her special interests include female and male pelvic floor dysfunctions, pregnancy and post-partum, pelvic pain, prostatectomy dysfunctions, urinary and fecal incontinence. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, coaching soccer, cooking, and traveling.



Lindsey began her career as a licensed massage therapist and specialized in deep tissue release.  She went back to school and earned her Physical Therapy Assistant degree in 2012.  She has 11 years of experience treating orthopedic injuries and post surgical patients.  She has also taken several continuing education courses to improve her manual therapy skills.  Lindsey spent 2 years working with cancer patients to improve their scar, soft tissue, joint, and lymphatic mobility after radiation and surgical procedures.  She is now certified in manual lymphatic drainage.

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Nicole Shires earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from The University of Maryland School of Medicine Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science clinical doctorate program in 2017. Since that time, she has worked in outpatient orthopedics with an emphasis on pelvic health and women’s health. Nicole has done extensive post-graduate education and training in order to earn additional certifications as a Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner and an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She also completed her training for Functional Dry Needling through Evidence in Motion. She has a passion for restoring function and helping her patients reach their ultimate goals. Nicole is a Maryland native and loves to spend her free time outdoors, traveling, and training in aerial acrobatics and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.



Christina is a graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  Though a native Michigander, she’s been in Maryland for over ten years.  Christina has worked primarily as a pelvic therapist since graduation in 2018, treating everything from chronic prostatitis and pelvic pain to interstitial cystitis and urinary urgency to postpartum and postmenopausal urinary incontinence and prolapse.  Treating the pelvic floor is often foundational for many men and women experiencing insidious lower abdominal, back, and hip pain.  Don’t forget the importance of gaining neuromuscular control of the pelvic floor as a pregnant mother to set yourself up for success during delivery and postpartum!  If Christina’s not talking about the pelvic floor, she’s reading the same book over and over to one of her two children.

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