Karen Zomchek graduated from Russell Sage College in Troy, NY, in 2001, with a BS/MS in Physical Therapy. Shortly after graduation, Karen returned to Sage Graduate School where she completed a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Karen has spent her entire career working in the outpatient setting and enjoys treating all the conditions outpatient clients are faced with.
A graduate of Northeastern University with a BS in Physical Therapy, Carolyn Sniezek has clinical experience utilizing manual therapy techniques and working with a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including low back pain, neck pain, shoulder dysfunction, osteoporosis, pediatrics within the schools, and arthritis. Much of this time has been spent working part time while raising her family.
Carolyn brings over 20 years of experience as a physical therapist to Live Free Physical Therapy. Carolyn’s experiences in physical therapy have been wide-reaching and varied. She has helped patients through general orthopedic outpatient care, sports therapy, aquatic therapy, geriatric care, and more.
Cristy graduated From Bay State College in 2012 and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant beginning her career at New England Rehabilitation Hospital. There, Cristy treated a wide variety of diagnoses, specifically: stroke, total hip and knee replacement, multi-trauma orthopedic, hip/spinal fractures and traumatic brain injury.