Gena Lentz is a licensed pediatric physical therapist who brings over a decade of experience to Kids’ Therapy Center. Gena has obtained a diverse background in pediatric care and has worked in a variety of settings including early intervention, private school and pediatric outpatient facilities and has clinical experience in acute care hospitals and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She has treated children with a multitude of developmental, neurological, neuromuscular and orthopedic diagnoses from birth to twenty-two years of age.
Gena’s other qualifications are as follows: She is the primary author of a publication of the orthopedic section of the American Physical Therapy Association entitled “Torticollis” and has taken continuing education courses in Neurodevelopmental Treatment, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy and Strain/ Counterstrain, Treatment of the Hypotonic Child and Treatment of the child with Cerebral Palsy. She is certified in the Therasuit Method and is proud to bring Suit Therapy to Kids' Therapy Center. Gena is also certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment.
Dr. Justin Di Maio
Chiropractic — DC
Danielle Colaprico is a licensed occupational therapist and a graduate of The University of Scranton’s Master’s in Occupational Therapy program. Danielle has had clinical experiences in a school, outpatient neurological rehabilitation, outpatient psychiatric rehabilitation, and acute care. Danielle was a co-presenter at the New York Sate Occupational Therapy Association Conference for her graduate work in low vision. Danielle has taken continuing education courses in sensory integration, handwriting, and pediatric vision. She has treated children with a variety of diagnoses including neurological, orthopedic, and developmental diagnoses. Danielle enjoys working with the children and parents in setting goals and creating a treatment plan that best suits each child in order to attain functional outcomes and independence in the child’s activities of daily living.
Gena Lentz, Director
Pediatric Physical Therapist
Dr. Justin Di Maio DC recently graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College Florida in December 2014 after earning his bachelors in Biology from Ramapo College of NJ in 2011. He is currently pursuing his diplomate in pediatrics after developing a passion for working with children during a mission trip to Fiji, where he and a team of 15 other chiropractic students and doctors treated underprivileged school children. He believes the combination of providing chiropractic care for the youth and educating them on the importance of diet and exercise can help establish a better wellness model that can serve children and families alike in preventing both acute and chronic injuries. Dr. Di Maio is certified in Graston technique, utilities diversified technique, SOT, Thompson technique and Impulse adjusting, as well as myofascial release technique. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time with family, his fiancé, Nicole, and being involved in youth sports throughout the community, with a special interest in soccer.