Meet Our Team
John G. Fox, MPT, COMT, CWT
Mr. John G. Fox has been a physical therapist for more than 27 years. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Touro College School of Health Science. He is a clinical assistant professor for the Physical Therapy department of Stony Brook University School of Technology and Management. He has been an instructor for the American Back School and has instructed nurses and nurse’s aides in proper body mechanics for over 18 years. He has been the owner and clinical director of SportsCare Physical Therapy, PC. for 15 years.
He has extensive experience in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. He holds the distinction of being a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) and has taken numerous courses in spinal/extremity mobilization and manipulation. He is well versed in the Feldenkrais method and strongly believes in physical therapy and the positive effects it has on his referred patients. He also takes great pride in the referrals received by the medical doctors and honors the trust they have in him.
It was no mistake that John Fox chose to become a physical therapist. His friends, family and patients all say that he was “born” for the role. And after 32 years as a physical therapist, he still has a passion for it. Maybe that’s because he learns something new from each of his patients.
Erica Martello, DPT
Dr. Martello graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Life and Health Sciences (with a physical therapy concentration) Summa Cum Laude from New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) in Old Westbury in May of 2012. She then continued on to follow her dreams of becoming a physical therapist and graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from NYIT in May of 2014 with distinction. Since graduation, Dr. Martello has spent most of her time working in outpatient orthopedic clinics that emphasize the use of manual therapy in conjunction with therapeutic exercise programs to help patient’s achieve the maximum therapeutic benefit and return to their previous pain-free level of function.
Dr. Martello’s love for outpatient orthopedics stems directly from her history as an athlete and current active lifestyle. Dr. Martello enjoys regularly exercising and continues to participate in recreational sporting events whenever possible. Her own injuries and experiences in physical therapy have allowed her to first hand feel the impact a good physical therapist can have on your life and she strives to make sure all of her patients return to their previous pain-free level of function so they can continue to participate in the activities they love and live their lives to the fullest.
In the coming years, Dr. Martello plans to take the Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) exam so she can further enhance her orthopedic skills and knowledge base to best help her patients.
Andrew Nassayan, DPT
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Laurie has been with SportsCare since its inception in 2000 as the office manager and doing billing and collections. While she was attending school for x-ray, she worked in a physical therapy facility and learned physical therapy billing and developed a passion for it. She is in constant contact with the insurance companies and helps the patients understand their benefits and helps with any issues they may have with insurance and payment. She enjoys spending time with her husband, John, and their 2 children, Cameron and Hailey.
Lexie is a medical collections specialist at SportsCare. She received her Associate’s degree and is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Recreational Therapy from Hofstra University. She is a member of her local temple and holds the position of secretary and treasurer. She volunteers her time for multiple community outreach programs and enjoys helping the elderly. For relaxation, Lexie enjoys to knit and crochet and she is an avid NY Rangers fan.
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Kelvin graduated with a BS in Exercise Science from the University of Buffalo. He is currently a physical therapy aide. His passion is to help people get better. He puts 110% in doing what he loves. He has received a volunteer award from Kenton YMCA and has been Employee of the Month at SportsCare. Being an aide has given him an insight into what it is like to be a physical therapist and is awaiting decisions from physical therapy schools.
Keon is a physical therapy aide. He graduated from Vassar College in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience and Chemistry. He has volunteered as an emergency medical technician while earning his degree and has spent the last 2 years researching the conservative management of orthopedic conditions like scoliosis. Keon will be attending medical school in the summer of 2020. He aspires to be an orthopedic spine surgeon.