Greenwood Physical Therapy is owned by physical therapist Catherine-Ann Manzella who, along with her staff, is committed to maximizing the quality of life for the individuals that trust their rehabilitation to us, and to improving the health and wellness of the entire community.
Catherine-Ann graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Arts History in 1988. She then went on to pursue her physical therapy degreee graduating from Mercy College in 1998 with a Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Health Science Degrees. She has 18 years of clinical experience managing multiple offices and providing skilled physical therapy services in and around the greater Danbury area. Catherine–Ann specializes in orthopedics, vestibular and balance rehabilitation, women’s health, and lymphedema and lymphatic drainage. She is a member of the Professional Advisory Committe for the Bethel VNA and also serves as a teaching assistant and lab instructor at Mercy College with a specialization in balance disorders. A native of Bethel, Catherine-Ann enjoys spending time with her husband and children.
Konnie graduated from Mansfield University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. She has been with Greenwood since its opening in October of 2011. Konnie’s compassion, patience, and multitasking abilities, which she mastered while raising her two children, has been an asset to the office. She also uses her knowledge of billing and insurance to assist patients with all of their questions and authorizations.
Meg Fesh- Physical Therapist
Meg graduated from Northeastern University in 2000 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing for seventeen years and specializes in orthopedics and manual therapy. Meg is a Graston provider, certified kinesiotape practioner and has taken many continuing education classes to further her manual techniques. Meg resides in Bethel with her husband Sean and her two children Cooper and Logan. She enjoys running, dancing, hiking and cheering on her children.