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Healthy At Home Physical Therapy Team

Our Physical Therapists: 

Whitney Liechti

Whitney Liechti graduated from Northeastern University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. Over the past decade, Whitney has worked in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals, outpatient clinics and spent the majority of her career in home care.  Whitney is the owner of Healthy At Home PT. Whitney has experience treating older adults, neurological disorders, joint replacement and orthopedic injuries, gait and balance disorders, and patients with complex medical histories. Whitney is passionate about keeping seniors safe in their homes, preventing falls and allowing people to remain active, independent and safe as they age. 

Whitney Liechti, DPT

Kelly DiGiammarino

Kelly is a doctor of physical therapy with over 13 years of experience in neurologic and geriatric rehabilitation. She received her DPT from Boston University and has worked at some of the most prestigious hospitals including Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and California Pacific Regional Rehabilitation Center. In addition to neurologic rehab, Kelly has extensive experience with gait & balance disorders, post-surgical rehab and fall prevention. Kelly aims to work with clients to help them meet their personal mobility goals in a collaborative manner which emphasizes safety, independence and healthy aging.

Kelly DiGiammarino, DPT

Cat Faulk

Cat Faulk received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University in 2011. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, outpatient, and home care. During her career, Cat has focused her clinical skills in neurological rehabilitation, obtaining her Board Certification as a Neurologic Clinical Specialist in 2021. She is also certified as a LSVT BIG clinician. In addition, she has worked with balance disorders, orthopedic dysfunction, vestibular dysfunction, aquatic therapy, fall prevention and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. As a clinician, Cat places emphasis on treating the whole body, incorporating education and functional training to maximize quality of life while achieving patients’ goals whether this means dancing at a wedding, returning to safe independent mobility in the home, or getting back on the golf course. 

Cat Faulk, DPT, NCS

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Susan Daigle, PT

Susan has been a PT for over 35 years. She started her career in a dual capacity as a certified athletic trainer and a physical therapist concentrating on rehabilitating those with sports injuries. Over the years she has honed her skills in the geriatric setting working at a retirement community teaching aquatics and strength/balance classes to the residents along with providing PT in the rehab facility.  She worked in various sub acute rehab settings where she treated  patients with joint replacements, strokes, cardiac surgeries, general deconditioning and  then found what she enjoys the most - home care. For the past 10 years Susan has enjoyed working with clients in their homes providing treatment focusing on safe and independent living. Susan finds fulfillment in getting people back to enjoying their life and making everyday tasks easier.

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Mariella Petrowski, PT

Mariella Petrowski is a PT with over 30 years of experience in various settings in her field. She received her Physical Therapy degree in 1990 from Northeastern University. Since then Mariella has enjoyed various settings including: inpatient, outpatient, rehabilitation centers, working with clients with various sport related injuries, post joint replacement, vertigo, pulmonary, and aquatic rehab. However, Mariella feels she truly found her niche 30 years ago when she started working in home care. While working with patients in their homes, Mariella enjoys working with neurological disorders, gait disorders and patients with complex medical backgrounds. Mariella is compassionate, both personally and professionally and feels its important to work as a team with patients and family members to ensure they achieve their safest, functional status at home. "Not only is home where they want to be, but home is where they should be!" 


Susan Marquardt has had a diverse and fulfilling career in physical therapy, spanning over 27 years. Starting at New England Rehabilitation Hospital and gaining experience in various patient populations including cardiopulmonary, orthopedics, vestibular, and neurology eventually becoming the neurologic clinical leader. Her transition to home care after 10 years was a welcome change allowing her to help people in their own environment. Susan loves that physical therapy is such a rewarding profession and that it allows her to help individuals reach their personal goals Overall, her journey reflects her commitment to the well-being of her patients and a genuine enthusiasm for her profession.

Susan Marquardt, PT

Our Occupational Therapists: 

Sandy graduated from Quinnipiac College (now University) in 1985 and has been simultaneously providing Occupational Therapy services for both pediatric and adult clients for the past 38 years.   She worked at North Shore Children’s Hospital and Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital, before transitioning to home care and school-based services.  Sandy has experience in treating both neurological and orthopedic conditions, as well as balance disorders, low vision, and safety for fall prevention.  She enjoys working with clients and their families to maximize independence and safety, and to recommend modifications or accommodations so that they may continue living in their own home.  Treatment is client goal focused and Sandy strives to help her patients overcome or adapt to their physical or cognitive challenges using a collaborative approach. 

Nicole graduated from Regis College with a Masters degree in Occupation Therapy. Since graduating, she has worked in Inpatient Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Nicole has experience treating a diverse population (Spinal cord injuries, Stokes, Amputation, Neurological Conditions, Ortho, Cardiac, and general debility). Nicole believes in viewing clients in a holistic manner, and delivering individualized, client-centered, meaningful therapy services to maximize overall functional Independence and safety. Nicole is very passionate about helping others grow and achieve their goals. 

Sandy Basiliere, OT

Nicole Chabak, MSOT

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