Who are we?

Who are we?

Dr. Katie Snow PT, DPT, CLT

Dr. Katie Snow Dr. Kathryn Snow is a physical therapist who has spent all of her 12-year career working in the outpatient setting in physical therapy. She achieved a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 1998, and returned to Simmons in 2004 for a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, which she completed in May of 2006. Dr. Snow has spent a copious amount of time gaining specialty skills in the focus of manual therapy. She has taken courses in Osteopathic Manual Medicine through Michigan State University, Jones Strain Counterstrain technique, as well as several courses in muscle energy techniques for the spine and extremities from the Institute of Physical Art. Dr. Snow is also an avid skier, tennis player, volleyball player and equestrian. Most recently she has taken up the sport of road cycling and mountain biking. She has increased her training in yoga and pilates coursework. It was the love of athletics that originally lead Dr. Snow to physical therapy and through her knowledge of biomechanics and kinesiology she has been helping keep athletes on the playing field or, when injured, helped return them to the sports they love as soon as possible.

Mr. Trevor Mills PT, OCS, CSCS

Mr. Trevor Mills Trevor Mills is in tenth year of outpatient PT practice. He graduated from Northeastern University with a Master's of Science in Physical Therapy. He has completed advanced manual training from the Michigan State University osteopathic medicine program. He has taken ongoing medical education in biomechanics and functional exercise as well as differential diagnosis. He is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association,  and a member of the Orthopaedic Section. Additionally, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also involved in the Maine Chapter of the APTA and represents Maine at the national House of Delegates.  Mr. Mills is an avid runner and cyclist and has raced on and off road competitively, as well as being a four-season cycling commuter. He also is a skier, snowshoer  and general outdoor enthusiast. Always fascinated by the human body, he considers himself a lifelong student of human movement and physiology. Currently, his reading interest is in the relationship between orthopaedics, neurology and psychology as they relate to motor learning.

Susan Michlovitz, PT, PhD, FAPTA

Sue is a certified hand therapist who brings 46 years experience as a physical therapist to our practice. Her career has ranged from academic physical therapy and research to clinical practice. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Regenerative and Rehabilitation Medicine, Program in Physical Therapy, Columbia University, NYC. Sue has taught at conferences and universities in US, Canada and Guatemala. She was the 2013 President of the American Society of Hand Therapists and has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Hand Therapy since 1995. She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1971 and most recently is being honored as a Chatherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA, the highest member category of this 100,000 member professional association. Her clinical practice varies interests in arthritis care; traumatic hand, wrist and elbow injuries; working with musicians and visual artists; and participating in medical humanitarian work in Guatemala. Sue and her husband have recently located to the Rockport area and will share their time between Maine and Ithaca, NY. Sue was attracted to our area because of her love of photography (and lobster) and is an MFA Candidate in Media Arts at Maine Media Workshops & College.

Ms. Felicia Files, LMT, PTA

Felicia Portrait Felicia Files has always wanted to work with people, people on the coast of Maine. Felicia graduated from Bowdoin College with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She became interested in Physical Therapy while working with physically, mentally, and behaviorally challenged children as a Special Education Teacher Assistant and Teacher in Portland, Waldoboro, and Freeport. She earned an Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Kennebec Valley Community College. As a Physical Therapist Assistant, Felicia has specialized in Integrative Manual Therapy(IMT), taking more than 25 IMT courses and logging thousands of clinical experience hours. In 2004-2007, Felicia incorporated Polarity and Massage therapy into her treatment techniques, completing Spa Tech Institute’s Holistic Massage and Registered Polarity Practitioner programs. Recently relocated from Portland to the Midcoast area, Felicia continues to enjoy her yoga practice, walking her elderly basset hound, leisurely biking, gardening, and supporting clients achieve optimal health and well being.

Ms. Kristin Flynn, Office Manager

Kristin joined the Snow Sport & Spine team in August of 2018 as the Office Manager.


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