Maria Girarden, DPT:
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANTS
Theresa Fleming, PTA :
Corinna Melino, PTA:
Corinna graduated from Endicott College in 1997 with her Associates degree as a physical therapy assistant. She has 7 years experience in Acute Care Rehabilitation, as well as Outpatient with both adults and pediatrics. She has been employed at Wiggle Worms PT for the past three years working in the school setting. She currently resides in South Berwick with her husband and three children where she is active in coaching and volunteering in her spare time.
Maura Johnson, M.S., CCC/SLP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tory Seman, MS, OTR/L:
Tory graduated from MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston with a Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree in 2017. While completing her degree, she took as many pediatric courses as possible and focused her doctoral project on an after school program for children with behavioral health needs. She first became passionate about working with individuals with developmental disorders when she began coaching Special Olympic swimming at 15. Tory knew she wanted to continue to work with kids and young adults with various developmental disorders and earned a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from Dickinson College in 2013. When not working, Tory enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, exploring York, and doing anything crafty.
Emily Kern, OTR/L, C-NDT:
Keri Stoorza, PT, c/NDT:
Keri opened Wiggle Worms in 2006 in an effort to bring specialized pediatric care to more children in our area. She graduated from the University of New England in 1998, and has worked in many pediatric settings, including: early intervention, school settings, and out- patient pediatrics. Keri is certified in neuro- developmental treatment (NDT), which is an advanced hands on approach to facilitate function in the pediatric patient. Keri also has advanced training in treating infants with torticollis which is a condition affecting an infant’s head and neck. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family while hiking, surfing, skiing, and ice skating.
Emily graduated from the University of New Hampshire with an Occupational Therapy degree in 2002. Emily is certified in NDT (Neurodevelopmental Treatment), Beckman Oral motor, PAMS (physical agent modalities) and CPR. She has been a local coordinator for the National Think First SCI and TBI program. Emily has a specialty area of feeding and swallowing and loves to work closely with families and children. She has worked with children ages birth to 21 with multiple diagnosis including; premature infants, g-tubes, tracheostomy tubes, neurological disorders, rare genetic syndromes, Autism and sensory disorders. Emily lives in Portsmouth, NH and outside of work she enjoys spending time with her two young boys, both who have had feeding and swallowing disorders, going to the beach, skiing and enjoying the seacoast area.
Allison Caplin, OTR/L: