Anna graduated from the University of Texas Health Sciences in San Antonio with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. She lived and practiced in Keene, NH since 2005, working extensively with musculoskeletal and sports injuries/surgeries primarily in the outpatient setting.
Her special interests include the Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy, which is the application of manual therapy techniques combined with pain free movements to achieve the restoration of function. Another special interests is sports physical therapy. Anna is a competitive tennis player, ranked 4.0 by US Tennis Association (USTA) standards. She competed in USTA league matches since 2003, mostly in New England and in local tournaments around NH and VT. From this experience, she has a deep perspective in evaluating/treating repetitive and traumatic injuries, and understands the process of return to sports activities. As of recent, she is credentialed by the Professional Tennis Registry to teach tennis. Currently, she is developing a local school’s tennis program for their elementary to high school age students. At the Keene Racquet Club, she provides private tennis lessons as well as directs after-school youth programs.
In her spare time, she teeters to find a balance to be a mother and wife, as well as knit for creative expression and meditation. She also “makes time” to practice yoga for flexibility and stability, to garden for fresh-picked vegetables, and to bake to satisfy a sweet but nutritious appetite. Finally, she manages to squeak in moments to do nothing because she recognizes the importance of down-time and self-care.
Dr. Louis P. Salzberg graduated from Long Island University Brooklyn in 2019 where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. Prior to graduate school, he received a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a minor in Business from Long Island University Post in 2016.
Dr. Salzberg has experience treating individuals of all ages with a variety of orthopedic conditions including sports/fitness related injuries, gait and balance disorders, and chronic pain conditions. Dr. Salzberg also has experience in neurological physical therapy; working with adults who have various neurological conditions within the inpatient setting.
Dr. Salzberg’s journey began through his interests in science, medicine, and sports, along with a passion to help others. Physical therapy allows him to combine his advanced skill set and special interests to connect with others, and impact people’s lives in a positive way. Dr. Salzberg utilizes manual therapy, exercise prescription, and patient education to achieve optimal results and meet the goals of his patients. He is an empathetic and caring person who strives to motivate others to optimize their quality of life.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Salzberg enjoys living an active lifestyle. He is an avid runner who has previously competed in two marathons. In addition to running, Dr. Salzberg can be found playing tennis, kayaking, fishing, and spending time with family and friends.
Jennifer Ann’s experience as a physical therapy intake coordinator started 20 years ago when she worked at physical therapy clinic in NH. Now three years with KPTSM, she is well-loved by all patients for her caring personality, her big smile, and her generosity with offering treats at the check-in window. In addition, she is a strong patient advocate and works diligently to connect with insurance companies to verify benefits and to obtain authorizations. She makes countless phone calls to doctors’ offices for referrals, physician visit and surgical notes, and for plans of care. All in all, Jenn is diligent, sincere and devoted to representing patients’ administrative needs.