Lesli brings over three decades of experience to her ever-grateful patients. In 1987, Lesli and her husband moved to Vermont, and shortly thereafter opened Timberlane Physical Therapy. Her mission statement was simple: To provide the best patient-centered care and up-to-date physical therapy treatments in Burlington and all of the surrounding communities in Chittenden County. FULL BIO
Jenn has over a decade of experience as a physical therapist. After graduating, she immediately launched into a career in sports/orthopedics where she served as a PT/ATC intern for the Boston Breakers, a women’s pro soccer club in Boston, and had the honor of joining the 2003 Women’s World Cup Soccer medical staff. READ MORE
After graduating from Colby College with a B.A. in Biology, Eddie Plantilla, PT went on to the University of Vermont, earning his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. Eddie brings over ten years’ experience to TLPT with a strong focus in sports medicine, work-related injuries and occupational health. READ MORE
Steven graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy, and a Master’s in Business from the University of Mary in North Dakota. Following graduation, he worked with Chicago area orthopedic physicians developing conservative orthopedic treatments, establishing total joint replacements protocols, and treatments for members of the Chicago Ballet and local school and sports teams. He established low back and cervical rehabilitation programs and a “return to work program” with area neurologists for post-surgical back patients and pre and post-surgical programs for young adults with scoliosis. READ MORE.
Corey has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Sports Science with a focus in Athletic Training from Colby-Sawyer College. He has had the opportunity to work with Division I athletes at Dartmouth College, Division II athletes at Saint Anselm College, and has vast experience with high school athletes, all in a wide range of sports and abilities. He is also certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES). READ MORE.
Evan earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at Ithaca College in New York. Following graduation, he worked at outpatient physical therapy clinics on both coasts, first practicing in his home state of Maine and then in Monterey, California. Evan decided to return to New England and wisely chose Vermont as his new home state. As a physical therapist, Evan strives to provide compassionate, evidence-based treatment to all of his patients, helping them improve their function and mobility while reducing any pain and discomfort. He is one of the most caring PTs you could ever hope to meet. READ MORE.