Dr. Patricia J. Young, PT, MS, DPT, Founder and Owner
Dr. Patricia Young founded Restore to provide patients with an integrative and mindful approach to their healthcare. For her, the goals and concerns of each patient are always the focus of treatment.
Patricia specializes in treating pelvic floor disorders, including pelvic pain, urinary stress incontinence, urinary retention, and constipation. She is a member of the Section on Women's Health of the American Physical Therapy Association and has studied women’s health physical therapy under Janet Hulme, PT and Beth Shelly, PT, DPT. She is a member of the Pelvic Pain Society.
As a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, she is a former student of The Manual Therapy Institute. She is also a member of the Section on Orthopedics.
Patricia has completed continuing education in Body Awareness and Physical Action in the Treatment of Trauma as well as Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Across the Life Cycle through the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® Institute (SPI). She is a member of The New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Disassociation.
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, she earned her Master’s Degree at Springfield College and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Temple University.
Susan Moore, PTA, LMT, RYT
Susan Moore is a Physical Therapist Assistant, licensed massage therapist, and registered yoga teacher. A student of therapeutic yoga, her approach to physical therapy blends Eastern and Western models of health. She has advanced training in myofascial release, positional therapy, Maitland Physiotherapy, and Biosynchronistics. She is on faculty at The Massage School in Easthampton, teaching kinesiology and pathology.
Rosemary Wrona, PT, MS
Rose joined Restore to work in an environment where she could implement her manual therapy techniques and use a whole-body approach to treatment. Never satisfied with treating symptoms alone, Rose works to find the root cause of your condition. She has a strong focus on how posture, gait, and biomechanics influence function.
Rose has extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, having trained at the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (US) as well as at Stanley Paris’ Institute of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine. She has studied Myofascial Release Unwinding, Visceral Mobilization and CranioSacral Therapy with The Upledger Institute. She has also successfully completed coursework in the study of Biosynchronistics. In more than 20 years as a Physical Therapist, Rose has developed a keen eye and a skillful integration of proven effective treatment techniques. She is especially versed in treatment of lumbo-pelvic dysfunctions and has undertaken formal training with Beth Shelly, PT, DPT, a pelvic floor physical therapy specialist.
Drawing on her experience as a mother of four, Rose works with patients with pelvic pain, urinary incontinence and pre- and post-partum dysfunctions. She recognizes the psychological impact of physical pain and discomfort, and has taken advanced classes in trauma-informed patient care.
Rose is a former collegiate swimmer and graduate of Springfield College, where she earned both her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees.
Carla Becker, PT
Carla has over 25 years of experience as a Physical Therapist. She has worked with many diverse populations and has studied manual therapy and functional movement techniques extensively. Recently, she has completed courses in Osteoporosis and Pilates Rehabilitation.
“Through my own personal journey towards health, I have realized it is important to be active participants in our healthcare. I will help you develop a plan of care that promotes pain-free functional movement with better alignment and core stability. Health and healing are lifelong commitments."
Carla is a graduate of Hunter College Institute of Health Sciences, New York City and a member of the APTA.