EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE.
What makes Audia Physical Therapy different from standard physical therapy? Clinical expertise and treatment options that are uniquely constructed to help you meet your goals. Not everyone fits into the cookie-cutter mold of 30-60 minute sessions 2-3 times per week. Slow, short, inconsistent therapy can end in frustration that ruins patient motivation. Here at Audia Physical Therapy we set a frequency that will maximize your progress and ensure success on the road to achieving your goals. Having an advanced trained Neuro-IFRAH therapist means that you are working with the best. We are trained to grade your therapeutic activities so you see success and to make sure that you are working toward sustainable recovery, not awkward compensation.
How many times during your recovery have you heard “it’s not pretty, but it’s functional”? Awkward compensatory movements may achieve short-term success, but they lead to future orthopedic pain, arthritis, and limited progress that will end before you reach your goal. We are committed to seeing you reach your maximal potential with minimal compensation.
Matthew Audia PT, DPT, CMP
Dr. Audia graduated from Northeastern University with a BS in Rehabilitation Science and a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2005. He earned his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. He is advanced certified in the Neuro-IFRAH approach, which specializes in treatment of patients with a stroke or brain injury. He has over 1000 hours of continuing education and has worked in almost every rehab setting in physical therapy including: acute rehab (both stroke and orthopedic specialty), acute care, intensive care, long-term acute care, skilled nursing facility, home care, and outpatient services (both neurologic specialized and orthopedic).
Dr. Audia is a certified Mulligan Practitioner in joint mobilization with movement and has been extensively trained in Maitland Australian Manual Techniques, Myofascial Release, and Angular Joint Mobilization. He has been specializing in working with stroke and brain injury patients since the beginning of his career and has always been dedicated to the complete recovery of every patient.