Gregory Hartman , PT, DPT, Staff Therapist
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Greg has been practicing physical therapy specializing in outpatient orthopedics since graduating in 2012 from University at Buffalo with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Since graduating, he’s had the opportunity to work and learn from some great therapists from around the world. He has a special interest in Orthopedics and recently became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) through the APTA. He has taken a wide variety of continuing education classes to broaden his treatment scope from chronic pain to dry needling, as well as running and cycling injuries. He does not believe in “cookie cutter” treatment approaches and likes to treat each patient with different exercises and treatment approaches to optimize their return to what they love.

Greg has always been fascinated with endurance athletes and tactical athletes and would consider this a special interest group for him. He has a history of working as a volunteer firefighter/EMT and worked with many members of the military while working in Tennessee (Ft. Campbell). He also started competing in running and triathlon events from 5Ks to completing Ironman Lake Placid in 2017. His recent interests have including strength and conditioning, as he plans on becoming a certified strength and conditioning specialist in the near future (CSCS). He believes strength is important for everyone from professional athletes to grandparents.
He enjoys treating all Orthopedic conditions but finds a special interest in running injuries and weightlifting injuries, low back, and neck pain.

When he’s not in the clinic, you can find Greg hiking with his pup “Clemmy”, hanging with his better half, Deanna, running/biking on the trails in Northern VA or lifting weights in his garage gym.