Marty Vanzo, DPT received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont and his BS in Biology from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont.
His treatment philosophy starts by seeing each person as an individual, and is largely based in building core stability to increase overall mobility through many methods including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and extensive use of neuromuscular re-education to train the body to move in its most efficient and functional way.
In his free time, he enjoys getting outside to go skiing, hiking, running, rock climbing, or getting involved in organized sports like soccer and lacrosse. He started playing lacrosse at an early age and continued through the collegiate ranks at the University of Vermont and St. Michael’s College. He has continued his involvement in the sport by coaching select club teams as well as high school and college teams in Vermont. Marty was NE-10 All-Conference Lacrosse, NE-10 All Conference Academic , and NEILA All-Conference during his college sports career.
Marty did one of his student rotation at the prestigious Johnson and Johnson clinic in Steamboat Springs, CO. He did another rotation at a clinic based in the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) method.
Institute of Physical Art (IPA)
- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation I
- Functional Mobilization I
- Core First Strategy
- The Functional Shoulder