Berlin, VT – Jonathan Robinson, DPT and Aimil Parmelee, OTR recently joined The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Therapy team.
Jon received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont in 2013. He then completed a post-graduate residency in neurologic rehabilitation at Boston University in collaboration with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital. He is board-eligible for specialty in Neurologic Physical Therapy and has worked with people with a variety of neurologic conditions, including those with stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and Parkinson disease.
His treatment approach recognizes the incredible ability of the brain to change and heal following injury if an individual is provided with the appropriate learning opportunities. He strives to provide truly patient-centered care, uses the latest research in neurologic rehabilitation, and works together with patients to help them achieve their goals and get back to their lives.
Aimil graduated from Simmons College with a bachelor’s degree in business management and then went on to the University of Southern Maine and graduated with a Master’s of Occupational Therapy. Her clinical background is widely varied through adulthood and into geriatrics with a strong interest in cognitive and neurological rehabilitation and recovery.
“We are pleased that Aimil and Jon have joined our staff of 34 outpatient therapists covering a wide range of specialties,” noted Judy Tartaglia, President and CEO of The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center. For more information about physical, occupational or speech therapy available at UVM Health Network - CVMC visit www.cvmc.org/rehab.
The University of Vermont Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center remains your community hospital and is part of a network of hospitals and physicians bringing the best of community and academic medicine together. As a team, The University of Vermont Health Network improves the lives of our patients by delivering outstanding care cost-effectively, as close to patients’ homes as possible.