Prospect Rehabilitation has assembled a strong team of professionals to provide and coordinate your care:

John M. DiBlasio, DPT, MPT, CSCS

John M. DiBlasio, DPT, MPT, CSCS, founder and owner of Prospect Rehabilitation, is a Licensed Physical Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.  Dr. DiBlasio holds Bachelor of Science in exercise science, Master of Physical Therapy, and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from Temple University.  While working and practicing in New York City and Philadelphia, he developed his vision to create a seamless continuum of care between the allied health and fitness communities, ultimately resulting in his founding Prospect Rehabilitation and the former Cornerstone Fitness Clinic.  Dr. DiBlasio combines strong clinical experience with an appreciation for research to implement a wide range of treatment approaches for diagnoses ranging from orthopedic injures in athletes to balance and neurological disorders in geriatric patients.  His areas of special interest include Over-50 Fitness and gait disorders.  Dr. DiBlasio is also an Ergonomic Assessment Specialist.  His research has been published by the Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association.  He lectures to other health care professionals for Quest Seminars.

John DeBitetto, MSPT

John DeBitetto, MSPT, is a Licensed Physical Therapist with a Bachelor of Science in business management from Ithaca College and a Master of Science in physical therapy from Simmons College.  Prior to moving to Vermont, Mr. DeBitetto founded a successful outpatient physical therapy practice in New York, which he operated for over ten years.  He brings his extenisive orthopedic experience to Prospect Rehabilitation. Mr. DeBitetto considers his specific muscular-skeletal interests to be the knee and shoulder, finding the shoulder to be a highly dynamic joint that sacrifices stability for mobility, thus offering many intriguing clinical cases. An avid competitive cyclist, Mr. DeBitetto brings his passion for physical activity and body mechanics to his work.

Lindsay White, DPT

Lindsay White, DPT, is a Licensed Physical Therapist, earning a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The Sage Colleges and a Bachelor of Science in the health sciences from Russell Sage. Dr. White is a certified McKenzie Method Practitioner in the areas of the low back and neck, and is working towards her KinesioTape Practitioner Certification. As a young professional, Dr.White brings new outlooks and ideas to Prospect Rehabilitation, based on her recent study of the latest research. Drawn to Prospect Rehabilitation's rural, small town environment, Dr. White enjoys having ample time to create meaningful clinical relationships with her patients.

Christine Uchida, PTA

Christine Uchida, PTA is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant.  Ms. Uchida earned her Associate in Science in Physical Therapy Assistant degree from River Valley Community College in Claremont, New Hampshire, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and received the Ruby Decker Award for Academic Excellence.  Formerly a professional dancer, Ms. Uchida was a member of the Joffrey Ballet and Twyla Tharp Dance and has taught master classes and dance workshops internationally. Currently a black belt in the Koro Ken style of martial arts, Ms. Uchida applies her knowledge from both the dance and allied health worlds to achieve maximum results for her patients.

Julia Arvin

Julia Arvin is co-founder and Practice Manager of Prospect Rehabilitation.  She earned a Bachelor of Science from Philadelphia University and a Master of Arts from the State University of New York/Fashion Institute of Technology.  In addition to handling the business aspects of the practice, Ms. Arvin acts as an advocate for the patients in her role as liaison between the clinical providers, front office staff, management, and insurance payors to ensure a positive patient experience and high quality care.

To schedule an appointment please call 802-362-1151.

Web design by Archer Consulting
Photography by Quinn Murphy unless otherwise noted