Our Team

Passionately committed to your neurological recovery.

Dr. Naseem ChatiwalaDr. Naseem Chatiwala

Dr. Naseem Chatiwala, PT, DPT, MS, NCS
Board-certified Neuro Clinical Specialist
Certified Vestibular Specialist
Founder and Owner, Physical Therapist

Dr. Tamara Alie, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Certified Scoliosis Schroth Therapist

Certified Massage Therapist

Dr. Maureen Clancy, PT, DPT

Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Certified McKenzie Practitioner (MDT)

Vestibular Specialist

Dr. Brittany Belanger, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Certified Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)

Dr. Jennifer Rusher Sharma, PT, DPT, GCS

Board-Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist

PWR! Certified Therapist

Dr. Camille Powell, PT, DPT

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurology Physical Therapy

Dr. Erika S. Lewis, PT, EdD, MS, CHT

Physical Therapist

Certified Hand Therapist

Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult

Dr. Heather Mistry, PT, DPT, NCS

Board Certified Neuro Clinical Specialist

PWR! (Parkinson's Wellness Recovery) Certified Therapist

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Dr. Fatema Kanchwala, PT, MSPT

Physical Therapist

Pelvic Health Specialist

Founder

Dr. Naseem Chatiwala, PT, DPT, MS, NCS
Board-certified Neuro Clinical Specialist
Certified Vestibular Specialist
Founder and Owner, Physical Therapist

My story: Physical Therapy should be fun and empowering! In my 2 ½ decades of physical therapy practice I have learned that patient engagement and trust are key to optimal outcomes. Working in a variety of clinical settings from inpatient to home care and outpatient facilities, has made me aware of patients’ needs in every environment. Also, working with patients and families from different cultures, backgrounds and ages has taught me that every patient is unique and needs a tailored rehabilitation program. My experiences as a continuing education instructor have allowed me to travel both nationally and internationally adding to my world view of the neuro recovery practice. 

Foundation: It is this desire to create individually tailored recovery programs that go beyond traditional rehabilitation therapy (with gym and maintenance programs) that led to the founding of Rehab Health 360. By blending medical knowledge, years of clinical experience and teaching, Rehab Health 360 has created innovative and systematic movement analysis systems to identify underlying impairments. Each treatment session is uniquely developed using the latest evidence-based treatment techniques to deliver desired benefits. We emphasize independence, motor learning & neuro plasticity for all our patients with functional goals being the highest priority. Coupled with effective communication, and a comprehensive home exercise program, we strive for complete satisfaction at every step of the neuro recovery journey. 

We are passionate about what we do and offer our patients a convenient and efficient way to stay active with physical therapy on a continual basis. Recurring physical therapy visits require planning, a prescription from a physician, and often, a visit to the Primary Care Physician. Rehab Health 360 helps streamline this process. We do not need a physician prescription to start therapy. Instead, the plan of care will be sent to your doctor for their signature, which will allow for continued therapy. Rehab Health 360 also offers three levels of gym membership program, where patients can exercise under the supervision of a physical therapist guiding them on the exercise regime & intensity.

About the Founder

Naseem Chatiwala is a board-certified neuro clinical specialist and a certified vestibular clinical specialist with a 20+ years experience as a physical therapist treating variety of complex neuro diagnoses. Naseem graduated with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Gujarat University, India, a Master in Neurologic Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2003 and a Doctor in Physical Therapy from the MGH Institute in 2006. Naseem started her career in United States at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, MA, where she worked for 10+ years. Naseem later joined Emerson Hospital, Concord, MA outpatient rehab center. Naseem has been instrumental in developing vestibular task force at Spaulding Rehab Network and the neuro and concussion program at The Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies (Emerson Hospital). She has also helped develop guidelines for the balance clinic, vestibular screening, baseline concussion testing, and return-to-play protocols post concussion. She is an adjunct faculty in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at MGH Institute of Health Professions and University of Massachusetts-Lowell. She is a course developer and instructor for Summit Professional Education, where she teaches in-person and online webinars offering the continuing education courses to Physical and Occupational therapist on numerous neuro diagnoses. Naseem is actively involved in American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and served as a co-chair of the American Physical Therapy Association of Massachusetts (APTA of MA) Neuro Special Interest Group from 2017-2019. She is currently a co-chair of the APTA Concussion Clinical Practice Guideline knowledge translation task force. Naseem has presented at various state and national conferences and has won awards for excellence in research for case study (poster presentations). She was awarded Emerson Rehab 2019-Excellence in Education Award and most recently received the APTA of MA 2021 Outstanding Achievement in Clinical Practice Award.

Dr. Naseem Chatiwala
Dr. Naseem Chatiwala

APTA of MA 2021 Outstanding Achievement in Clinical Practice Award

Bette Ann Harris Distinguished Alumni Award 2022

Tamara Alie, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Certified Scoliosis Schroth Therapist

Certified Massage Therapist

Tamara’s clinical interests include treating individuals with adolescent/adult scoliosis and those with joint hypermobility (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome). She has extensive experience with the pediatric population and is well versed with adaptive equipment and orthotics.

Her strong manual and massage therapy skills, coupled with her experience treating postural asymmetries, allows her to have a unique approach towards treating individuals with scoliosis and other spinal conditions. She is certified in the Schroth method of treatment and provides Physiotherapeutic Scoliosis Specific Exercises (PSSE). She treats individuals with hypermobility, successfully improving joint stability, proprioception, and motor control.

Tamara is known to be intuitive, innovative, and creative with her analysis and treatment. She uses evidence based practice and years of experience to develop a unique plan of care. She is known for her care, compassion, and empathy; supports the individual’s strengths while skillfully progressing them towards their goals.Tamara graduated with a Doctor in Physical Therapy degree from University of Illinois, Chicago in 2014. She is actively involved in the American Physical Therapy Association of Massachusetts (APTA of MA)

Maureen Clancy, PT, DPT

Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Certified McKenzie Practitioner (MDT)

Vestibular Specialist

Maureen graduated from MGH Institute of Health Professions with her masters and doctorate in physical therapy. She is a board certified orthopaedic clinical specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities. She is certified in mechanical diagnosis and therapy through the McKenzie Institute of America. She has successfully completed the vestibular competency course through the APTA and Emory University and the advanced vestibular competency course through the APTA and Duke University. She has over 20 years experience primarily in the outpatient setting treating orthopedic, vestibular and concussion disorders. She has particular interest in vestibular/concussion dysfunction, spinal disorders, and lower extremity disorders. Her favorite part of patient care is getting to know her patients and educating them on ways to manage their condition. She enjoys spending time with her many nieces and nephews, exercising and watching sports.

Jennifer Rusher Sharma, PT, DPT, GCS

Board-Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist

PWR! (Parkinson's Wellness Recovery) Certified Therapist

Jennifer has her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from MGH Institute of Health Professions and is passionate about teaching, learning, and empowering her patients with knowledge and function to better their lives. As a Board-Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, she is specialized in treating older adults and promoting function and wellness across the lifespan. Jennifer is a PWR! (Parkinson's Wellness Recovery) Certified Therapist and has been trained in High Intensity Gait Training in Stroke Rehabilitation. While Jen is passionate about working with older adults and people with Parkinson's Disease, stroke, and spinal cord injury, she has experience treating patients across the lifespan and with a variety of diagnoses, including cardiopulmonary, post-surgical, oncology, and varied neurology primarily through her experience as an Advanced Clinician at Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center in Brighton.

Jennifer continues to work as a lab instructor and clinical instructor at MGH Institute of Health Professions. She is proficient in treating patients in Spanish after years of coursework including Spanish Medical Interpreter coursework along with language schools in Guatemala, Argentina, and Spain. Outside of physical therapy, Jen enjoys hiking, traveling, playing piano and ukulele, and spending time with her family.

Camille Powell, PT, DPT

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurology Physical Therapy

Camille Powell is a board-certified neuro clinical specialist who has 7 years of experience. She has a strong clinical interest in working with stroke survivors. Camille is also certified in LSVT BIG exercises for individuals with Parkinson's Disease. Camille started her career at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, she later joined the physical therapy team at Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital in Springfield, Massachusetts focusing primarily on neurological rehabilitation. Camille moved to eastern Massachusetts in 2020, during this period she worked at Massachusetts General Hospital on the neuroscience floors. Currently Camille works as an assistant clinical professor at Northeastern University in the Physical Therapy department teaching in the neurorehabilitation curriculum and also working as a director of clinical education. Camille obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Springfield College in Massachusetts.

Camille's ongoing commitment and passion for the profession of physical therapy was recognized; she was named the 1st Centennial Scholar of the Massachusetts Chapter of the APTA in 2020, and most recently she was awarded the Physical Therapy Humanics Award by her alma mater, Springfield College. Camille continues to be an active member of APTA Massachusetts as she is the current chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee.

Erika S. Lewis, PT, EdD, MS, CHT

Physical Therapist

Certified Hand Therapist

Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult

Erika S. Lewis is a physical therapist with a specialty in shoulder to hand therapy. Erika earned her Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Physical Therapy and Psychology from BDIC at UMass Amherst. She earned a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from UMass Lowell and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 1998. Erika has 12 years of clinical experience working in a variety of clinical settings including Hand Therapy, inpatient orthopedics, subacute rehab settings, and pool therapy. She has worked at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, New England Therapeutic Associates (Hand Therapy), UMass Memorial Health Care (Hand Therapy), as well as per diem for Whittier Rehab Hospital. While working full-time in the clinic, Erika completed her Doctorate in Education in Leadership and Schooling from UMass Lowell, in 2004.

Erika is an Associate Professor in the Physical Therapy and Kinesiology Department at UMass Lowell (since 2004) and has served as the Department Chair and Program Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. She finds physical therapy practice rewarding and enjoys working in a patient-centered, one-on-one patient care environment. A physical therapist with CHT credentials brings the knowledge and ability to work on the whole body including core work. Erika holds a Co-Director position at the UMOVE UMass MOVEment research center at UMass Lowell. Her research interests include reliability of commonly used instruments in physical therapy, treatment outcomes, and emotional intelligence of physical therapy students. She is actively involved with the APTA Hand and Upper Extremity academy. For fun, Erika will be teaching an interdisciplinary course this fall where students from Exercise Science, Art & Design and Engineering work together as a team and use 3D technology to create and make adaptive devices for clients with various abilities, including a rescue dog! In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons and black lab.

Heather Mistry is a Board-Certified Neurological Clinical Specialist and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northwestern University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Sports Science at Elon University. Heather has advance training in Parkinson’s Disease management as a PWR!Moves certified therapist, a LSVT BIG certified therapist, a Parkinson’s Foundation Allied Team Trained clinician and a Rock Steady Boxing Coach. Heather’s clinical interests include working with people with Parkinson’s, stroke and traumatic brain injury/concussion recovery, vestibular dysfunction and keeping the aging population moving. She has worked in a variety of settings from acute rehabilitation, to homecare, but loves outpatient physical therapy and wellness. Heather believes exercise is the best medicine for the body and laughter helps. She values the interests of her clients and getting to know the person to make each session effective and specific to the patient’s goal. Outside of the clinic, Heather enjoys chasing her two children and goldendoodle, planning her next trip, running, yoga, and spending all her spare time on a beach in the sun.

Heather Mistry, PT, DPT, NCS

Board Certified Neuro Clinical Specialist

PWR! (Parkinson's Wellness Recovery) Certified Therapist

Brittany is a recent graduate from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at UMass Lowell. Her interest in neurological treatment started when she sustained a severe concussion in high school. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Neuroscience from the University of Vermont and has had a passion for neuro PT ever since. Brittany also engaged in research during her undergraduate studies regarding individuals with Multiple Sclerosis which was expanded into a publication in 2022. Brittany has had experience with neurological patients in all of her clinical rotations in both the outpatient setting and acute inpatient rehab setting, including diagnoses such as stroke, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, spinal cord injury, brain injury, concussion, and vestibular dysfunction. Among all neuro diagnoses, Brittany's biggest passion lies in dual-task training with cognitive and motor tasks.

Brittany is excited to be beginning her career at Rehab Health 360 and acquiring valuable knowledge from all the well-experienced clinicians! She will also be working at Newton-Wellesley hospital to gain experience in the acute PT world. Brittany plans to eventually get her Neurologic Clinical Specialist (NCS) certification and become a certified vestibular specialist. While not at work, Brittany enjoys reading, hiking with her fiancé, making DIY crafts, and playing fetch with her dog.

Brittany Belanger, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Certified Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)

Fatema is a distinguished graduate with a Bachelors in Physical Therapy from Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy in India. Her pursuit of excellence continued with a Masters from MGH Institute of Health Professionals, specializing in Orthopedics, where she not only excelled academically but also earned the prestigious clinical excellence award in the 2015 cohort.

After her own personal experience and a deepened understanding of the intricacies of post-pregnancy recovery, Fatema's journey took a transformative turn. Recognizing the significance of pelvic floor care, she cultivated a passion to delve into this specialized field. Fatema pursued a comprehensive course on pelvic floor therapy through the renowned Herman and Wallace Institute.

Now, she adeptly addresses a spectrum of conditions related to pregnancy, postpartum, gastrointestinal, and urogenital concerns for both men and women. At Rehab Health 360, Fatema crafts personalized plans by seamlessly integrating her robust orthopedic background with her specialized pelvic floor training. Her arsenal includes manual therapy, kinesiotaping, yoga, myofascial and visceral mobilization, coupled with exercise science. In the realm of chronic pain management, Fatema shines, utilizing advanced techniques such as dry needling, cupping, IASTM, and other myofascial approaches. Her dedication to comprehensive well-being is evident in her passion for yoga, where she intertwines breathwork with therapeutic exercises.

Beyond her professional achievements, Fatema is an active member of the Acton community, embodying our commitment to a holistic approach to healthcare. In her downtime, she indulges in hiking, martial arts, biking, diving, cooking, and cherishing precious moments with her kids.

Fatema Kanchwala, PT, MSPT

Physical Therapist

Pelvic Health Specialist

Caroline is a undergrad student working at the clinic as an administrator and helping out with patients. She has a passion for working with people and loves being part of a team that is helping others recover from injury and illness. Caroline is currently studying for her Bachelor’s degree in exercise science on the pre-physical therapy track and hopes to one day become a physical therapist. In her free time, Caroline enjoys softball, skiing, and playing with her dog. She is looking forward to making a difference in the lives of those who need help.

Lula is a high school student currently attending Lawrence Academy. A year ago, she began volunteering at rehab health 360. At the clinic, Lula helps out around the clinic with various administrative tasks and more. In her free time, she enjoys baking, playing tennis, and spending time with friends and family. Lula aspires to expand her knowledge and gain experience in physical therapy and healthcare while interacting with and helping patients.

Caroline Caruso

Student

Loyola University Chicago

Lula Miller

Student

Lawrence Academy